SOHO Films Sungrazer Comet Being Ripped Apart and Evaporated

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nsnbc : ESA’s and NASA’s SOHO satellite filmed a sungrazer comet being ripped apart and evaporate as it made its final pass above the sun’s energy fields. ESA’s and NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, short SOHO, recorded a bright comet plunge toward the sun on Aug. 3-4, 2016. The “plunge” toward the More...

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