All About Comets for Kids: Astronomy and Space for Children - FreeSchool

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Comets are visitors from the outer reaches of the solar system, and sometimes give a spectacular show to stargazers on earth. In deep space, a comet may look like an asteroid - just a lump of space rock - but as it heads towards the inner solar system and is heated by the sun, ice on the nucleus begin to sublimate and dust and gas are released to reveal a tail. Learn about the origin of the word 'comet,' famous comets in history, and more in this educational video! Like this video if you want to see more videos about SPACE! Subscribe to FreeSchool: Visit us on Facebook: Check our our companion channel, FreeSchool Mom! And our NEW channel for little ones, FreeSchool Early Birds! Music: Jaunty Gumption, The Other Side of the Door - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Image and Video Credits: Observing Comet Siding Spring at Mars, 3000 Comets for SOHO, What is a Sungrazing Comet?, How to Cook a Comet by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Comet Siding Spring: A Close Encounter with Mars by NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Journey to the surface of a comet by ESA Comet Impact 1994 Animation Reel by NASA STI Program Comet Hale-Bopp over Munich by Hans Bernhard Polaris_and_Comet_Hyakutake by Rick Scott and Joe Orman A comet low in the sky, possibly C/2011 L4 (Pan-STARRS) by G. Brammer/ESO Comet Lovejoy over Santiago de Chile by ESO/Yuri Beletsky Comet Bradfield from Cactus Flats in NE Colorado by TheStarmon

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