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The Hubble telescope captures stunning image of Comet Borisov gear, along with our sun

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NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captured the comet 21/Borisov to zoom through our solar system at a breakneck pace, 175,000 miles-per-hour.

The spectacular, newly-released photos, which were taken at a distance of a little less than 300 million miles away, officials said.

“Hubble is giving us, the best way to measure the size of comet Borisov on the heart, which is a really important part of the north,” said David Jewitt, a professor of planetary science and of astronomy at the University of California, Los Angeles, california, in a statement.

The first image shows the comet in front of a distant spiral galaxy, the milky way; the galaxy’s bright nucleus, and is traversed in the picture because of the Control it is to keep track of the comet.

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Comet-2I/Borisov and the Distant Galaxy in November, 2019 at the latest
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“Surprisingly, our Hubble images show that the nucleus is more than 15 times smaller than that of the previous studies, it has been suggested that it could have been. The beam size is smaller than a half of a mile. This is important because knowing the size will help us to determine the total number and the mass of the other objects in the solar system, the milky way Galaxy. Borisov is the first known interstellar, comet, and we would like to know how many others are out there.”

According to the scientists, 2I/Borisov, may represent just the beginning of a series of discoveries of interstellar objects to visit our solar system.

It is possible that there may be thousands of such inter-stellar objects at a given point in time; provided, however, that most of them are too small to be detected with current telescopes.

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