What are three main parts of a comet?
== == The 3 main parts of a comet are the Nucleus, Coma, and the tail. The Nucleus is the head of the comet, the Coma is the middle & the tail is the end of the comet.
The four parts of a comet are: Head- Nebulous envelope around the nucleus. Nucleus- Central portion of the head of a comet. Solid part of the comet that has holes filled with ices like water, carbon dioxide (dry ice), and carbon monoxide. Coma- A cloud which is the atmosphere of the comet and can extend for millions of miles. Tail- Dust Particles that trail behind.
The three main parts of a comet are the Nucleus, the Coma, and the Tail. The nucleus is the comet itself. In deep space, the comet is frozen solid and almost invisible. As the comet approaches the sun, the Sun's light heats the nucleus of the comet and causes frozen gasses to melt or sublimate, forming a sort of atmosphere around the comet. This is the "Coma" of the comet. The sunlight causes the gasses…