They come from the outer rings of our Solar System to the inner
Out of Stars, Comets, Asteroids, Galaxies, Planets and Moons. Only Comets, Asteroids, Planets and Moons are located in the solar system.
The Oort cloud has been theorized as the probable location from which comets originate.
The Oort Cloud is the answer.
between venus and mercury
comets are on the outside of the solor system but loop in from the sun I believe from astronimical studies in 8th grade, (which my annoying science teacher practically crammed down my throat for a couple of months) there is a large belt of comets just past Pluto.
It is called "The Oort Cloud"
Comets can be located anywhere, but the further you get away from the sun, the more common they are (they are made up of ice and cold rock).
Yes, any large object in the solar system can be hit by asteroids or comets. Pluto is located in the Kuiper Belt, a vast field of comets, so collisions with comets are probably not uncommon for the dwarf planet.
Outside our solar system, said to have come from the Oort Cloud.
around the sun thank you for tuning in!! rock hard
Kuiper belt thats all i know
Most of them are moving slowly out beyond the orbit of Neptune, in the kuiper belt. Longer term comets are thought to also be as far out as the Oort cloud.
kuiper belt thats all i know
Comets are Comets and Asteroids are Asteroids
how far are comets from the sun how far are comets from the sun
There are no comets on Neptune because Neptune is a planet and comets are, well, comets. They have nothing to do with each other.
comets crash into all planets! Planets don't have comets. Planets have moons. Comets orbit the sun
The singular form is comet, the plural form is comets, the possessive plural is comets'. Example: The comets' paths will not cross.
Mostly Oort Cloud (although some are reported from Kuiper Belt Objects as well)
how are comets classfied
No, comets do not have an atmosphere.
No. the orbits of comets vary greatly.
Short-period comets (those that have orbital periods of less than 200 years) originate in the Kuiper belt, beyond the orbit of Neptune. Long-period comets (those with orbits longer than 200 years) are thought to originate in the Oort cloud, a cloud of icy bodies from beyond the Kuiper belt.
NO because comets are usually small or smaller that the moon. And comets have a hot surface.
Rocky objects, measuring millimeters to kilometers in diameter, generally orbit the Sun in a region located between -
Obviously it does have comets, astroids, and other things. Comets are astroids but when they enter the atmosphere of a planet, such as Earth, the astroids get so hot that the astroids turn into comets. Comets are made of ice and dust.
No comets have not been recently discovered. People have been studying comets for hundreds of years.
comets are formed from ice and gases
Comets have chemicals and gases.
No. Comets orbit the sun.
Comets have an elliptical orbit.
earth the comets to go
Bill Haley and His Comets.
The second largest planet in the solar system and the sixth planet from the sun is the Saturn. It also has a comets named Saturnian Family of comets(a group of short-period comets) and Jovian(a larger family of short-period comets).
Comets are composed of ice and dusty and are present in space. There are over 5 thousand different known comets.
asteroids are space rocks while planets are plantes while comets are comets
Yes. Many comets are in solar orbit, such as the famous Halley's or Shoemaker-Levy 9 comets.
Comets are called 'comets' because of a Greek origin. The words was derived from the Greek word 'kometes' or 'stars with hair,' and was then changed in Latin to 'cometes,' which is where the English spelling is derived from.
comets contain iron and other metals.
Comets dont. Meteors do because of gravity
Comets were usually named after the person that discovered it.
The comets got hot quickly.
scientists discovered comets with telescopes.
.... errr - well comets.
no according to justin bieber there is no water in comets
No. Comets are not moons as they orbit the sun, not planets.
no, comets only have one tail
Comets are made mostly of ice.
No. Comets are not "on" anything. They are free objects in space.