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Comets are cosmic objects in the solar system orbiting around the sun. They were born alongside with the solar system four and a half billion years ago. In ancient times, a comet in the sky was considered as a sign of approaching disaster. Their appearance in heaven was often mistaken for signs of the gods. That’s why people back then were really afraid of these objects. However, later science was finally able to authoritatively explain what are the comets, and the public fear turned into interest.

Comets have a tail only when they come fairly close to the Sun. It is caused by heat and evaporation from exposure to sunlight. The comet’s nucleus accounts for up to 90 percent of its mass. At the beginning of the 20th century, the bright tail of Halley’s comet was visible in the sky with the naked eye. But during 2021, another comet made a big fuss in the press.

Recently the media was buzzing about the biggest comet ever discovered by humans. Called in honor of its discoverers, the Bernardinelli-Bernstein comet was definitely one of the most exciting discoveries for the scientific world in recent years, but it also raises a lot of questions.

Today I’m going to tell every detail that we know about the Bernadinelli-Bernstein comet up to this day. Hit like and subscribe to learn more about the comets and their mysteries!

Now you will find out what kind of comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein is, why it is unique, how big it is and why it attracts so much attention.

#comet #reYOUniverse #space



  • Outside Global on February 6, 2022


  • Leo on February 6, 2022

    Is It dangerus?

  • dean king on February 6, 2022

    I hadn't heard of it, I will need to scan some sources for more info.

  • Kenossa on February 6, 2022

    Great video!

  • Black Dog on February 6, 2022

    "Brawndo…It's got what plants crave."

  • Trent on February 6, 2022

    What's with the wording of this title made me question What freaking Channel this is and if I should be subscribed LOL

  • ReYOUniverse on February 6, 2022

    I hope your love for this channel is as big as this comet 🙂

  • james rains on February 6, 2022

    What a stupid name.. vein humans

  • Richard on February 6, 2022

    Really? A "picture" of a comet, with everything moving, except the comet 🤔

  • Tegridy Weed on February 6, 2022

    Ooooo… Aaaahhhh…. I saw Mars rotate close enough to be seen with a cheap telescope while camping near Mt. Saint Helens. I've also seen the super ultra mega rare phenomenon known as "ball lightning" too. Nobody cares about a big ass rock floating through space!

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