Why do comets have tails
The comets get their tails by going nearer the sun and the icy hard rock starts to melt.
no, comets only have one tail
No, they do not burn only comets have tails.
No comets only have tails when they are within a certain distance from the sun, usually around the orbit of Mars.
no, only comets develop glowing tails. Fun Fact:some scientists called comets "dirty snowballs"
No, that would be comets.
It makes the "tails" of the comets point away from the Sun.
comets have tails and are made up of ice and dust. as for the others.. i dont know
It depends on how fast the comet is going.
When they reach the inner solar system.
no but comets do when close to the sun
When they become subject to solar heating.
Yes they do. They could have been two tails. But all I know is that they do. But for meteorites, I'm not sure.
In the sense that an observer can see tails on comets - no, the gravity and composition of Mars is not favorable to the production of a tail.