No. They are made of ice and rock. The tail you see when a comet
is near Earth is some of that melting because it is nearing the
sun. When it is further away, comets have no tail.
A comet is not hot, dense and fiery, but made up of rock and ice. As it moves closer to the sun, it will begin to melt, creating a tail.
Fiery is what you call something hot [of course not firey]
The hot, fiery effect of the movement of the Earth's crust is a Volcano.
That is the correct spelling, "fiery" (flaming, hot, or metaphorically, highly emotional).
Well haley's comet is usally cold colors.So they are usually hot.
Hot air makes the air less dense in a hot air balloon
The flame burns "up" because it is really the hot gasses that are burning and hot gasses rise because they are less dense.
fiery , fervent , passionate , hot , glowing
In general, hot means the substance is less dense. Less dense things tend to rise when they are in more dense things.
technically hot air does not really rise it is the cold air that sinks below it because it is more dense.
it pops the conductor is drunk it runs out of hot air someone is really fat the air is less dense
Fervens capsicum is the Latin equivalent of 'fiery chili'. In the word by word translation, the adjective 'fervens' means 'hot'. The neuter gender noun 'capsicum' means 'hot pepper'.
Usually a hot and fiery color.
a hot fiery raging bull