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Meteors, Asteroids and Comets
The images shown above are from the night of the impact (left) and two nights after (right). Both sets show extentions to the south of the comet's center. The first set of images, taken approximately 40 minutes after impact, shows a possible dust-coma extension likely originating from the site of the probe's final demise. The second set of images, taken nearly 2 days later, shows a similar feature. Credit: Caltech
01/14/09

 



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