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The astronomer has discovered a new comet, likely interstellar visitors.


Inventors have made a new discovery, a comet has been shown, this comet has excited the astronomical community very much, because this comet seems to have come from outside our solar system. Object to this comet - C / 2019 Q4  Named Borisov (Borisov), the comet was discovered on August 30, 2019 by Gennady Borisov of the Nauchuniz, Crimea Margo Observatory, and has also been officially confirmed.  This comet C / 2019 Q4 is an interstellar comet, such has not been seen yet, if it is interstellar, and it is only the second such object that has been detected, before it was seen in October 2017, the first 'Oumuamua'  Was gone, and it was also confirmed.

The comet, C / 2019 Q4, is still close to the Sun, the comet will be far from the orbit of Mars, and the comet will not come close to about 190 million miles (300 million kilometers) from Earth.After observing the comet's initials, the scout system,located at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, automatically marked the object as interstellar.David Farnochia of NASA's Center for Near-Earth Object Studies at JPL worked with astronomers and the Near-Earth Object Coordination Center in the European Space Agency's Frasetti, Italy, and also at the NASA-sponsored Minor Planet Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts  Worked together to estimate the comet's exact trajectory, and determined it  It is possible that the comet originated within our solar system, or that the comet came from somewhere else in the galaxy, and that the comet did not belong to our solar system.  The comet is currently 260 million miles (420 million kilometers) away from the Sun, and will be at its nearest point on December 8, 2019, about 190 million miles (300 million kilometers) away.This comet's current velocity is much higher, it has a top speed of about 93,000 mph [150,000 kph], and is above the typical velocities of objects orbiting the Sun, Farnochia said.  Its high velocity not only indicates that this object likely originated from outside our solar system, and whether or not it will return to inter-stellar space after some time.

It is now moving towards the comet C / 2019 Q4 internal solar system, on an inbound trajectory.The comet will pass through the planet Eclipse on October 26, and the plane in which the Earth and other planets orbit the Sun is at an angle of about 40 degrees above them.  Comet C / 2019 Q4 is set up as a comic due to its fuzzy appearance, indicating that its object has a central icy body, and that it produces a cloud of dust and particles surrounding it.It is warmer due to its proximity to the Sun.And it places its place in the sky near the Sun. is a region of the sky, usually called the Large Earth-Based Asteroid Survey or NASA's Asteroid.Planet-hunting is not scanned by NEOWISE spacecraft, or has not done.

In the coming months, the comet can be seen with professional telescopes, it will glow at its peak in mid-December, and will continue to observe it with medium-sized telescopes, until April 2020, and by October 2020, Will be observable with commercial telescopes through a large medium.The nucleus of this comet is somewhere between 1.2 and 10 miles (2 and 16 kilometers) in diameter, astronomers will also continue to delineate the physical properties (shape, rotation, etc.) of the comet and better identify its trajectory.

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