Deep fried ice cream comet anyone? Hope it doesn’t hit us in (baked) Alaska on a Sundae (sorry).

Astronomers may have discovered why comets, like deep fried ice cream, have an outer crust but a colder, more porous inner core. Using the aptly named icebox-type Himalaya instrument, researchers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California show how the soot-like ice on the outside of the comet would form crystals and harden when it... Read More »

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