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Furthest Inbound Long-Period Comet Ever Detected at Record Distance (25.8 AU) From The Sun By UCLA Graduate Student Man-To Hui

Furthest Inbound Long-Period Comet Ever Detected at Record Distance (25.8 AU) From The Sun By UCLA Graduate Student Man-To Hui

April 12, 2019

Furthest Inbound Long-Period Comet Ever Detected at Record Distance (25.8 AU) From The Sun By UCLA Graduate Student Man-To Hui UCLA Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences (EPSS) Graduate Student Man-To Hui has made a fascinating discovery of the furthest ever comet to be active at 25.8 times the distance from theFurthest Inbound Long-Period Comet Ever Detected at Record Distance (25.8 AU) From The Sun By UCLA Graduate Student Man-To Hui

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