Where Are Comets Found?

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Comets are normally found in 2 specific regions of space. One is called the Kuiper Belt, the other is called the Oort Cloud. Those that appear to our solar system periodically, such as Haley's Comet for example, are believed to most likely come from the Kuiper belt.
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Comets are found in two places in the cosmos: the Kuiper belt and the Oort cloud. The first comet spotted by astronomers in the Kuiper belt in 1992. You can find more information here: http://www.spacestationinfo.com/regions-where-comets.htm
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Comets are thought to originate from two different places in the Solar System. Short period comets come from the Kuiper Belt, while long period comets originate from the Oort Cloud.
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