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Do comets have an atmosphere?

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No, comets do not have an atmosphere.

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No its not possible to live on comets cauz: 1. they have no atmosphere and gravitation. 2. they have high speed spin.


Both meteoroid's and comets are made out of rock and burn up when getting into earths atmosphere.


caused by the sun after entering the sun atmosphere


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i don't think any comets have enough gravity to keep an atmosphere


Most planets have an atmosphere, in addition to active comets and Saturn's moon Titan.


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When comets come in contact with the earth's atmosphere, the air resistence and the action of gases wears it off, so ultimately it disappears.


No, comets have tails due to solar radiation subliming ices and other volatile substances into a temporary atmosphere that is tail shaped due to the comets velocity.


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Those are the gases (atmosphere, if you like) that comet is carrying.


It's atmosphere is similar like ours on earth


comets can do this (depending on there make up) however this is rare as a comet is actually a satelite, it is stuck in a orbit. an asteroid burning up in the atmosphere is more likely, thiese rocks are not in orbit.


Emissions from volcanic activity & comets hitting the earth.


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No, they start breaking down to a small rock, asteroids enter the earths atmosphere frequently.



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