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Similarities and differences between comets, asteroids and meteors. What is a shooting star? Why Pluto is no longer a planet. Talk about different comets and how often they are visible on Earth

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Transcript of Similarities and differences between comets, asteroids and meteors. What is a shooting star? Why Pluto is no longer a planet. Talk about different comets and how often they are visible on Earth

Meteors
*Meteors are really shooting stars.
*Most of the meteor showers are caused by comets.
Similarities and differences between comets, asteroids and meteors. What is a shooting star? Why Pluto is no longer a planet. Talk about different comets and how often they are visible on Earth
What is a Shooting Star you ask?
A shooting star is just another meteoroid that we can see burn up.
Comets
comets don't have moons.
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comets are frozen snowballs of frozen gas,rocks and dust.
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Pluto is not a planet get it right!
Pluto? Is it a planet if not why?
* comets don't have rings.
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most asteroids revolve around mars or Jupiter's ring.
One of the main belts hold at least 200 asteroids larger than 60 miles.
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Asteroids
Pluto was discovered in 1930 by Clyde W. Tombaugh and was official that it was the ninth planet in our solar system, but he was proved wrong many years later .
*Meteors could actually contain life and the meteoroids actually could of gave us life now, the meteors provided amino acids which is the building blocks of life
Pluto was proved to not be a planet in 2008. It is now a dwarf planet because it has more of an oval orbiting patten around the Sun. Pluto is also not a planet because of its size and location.
Meteors are different or similar from Asteroid and Comets.
Its clearly a dog
They are all the same they are rocks that orbit but they all are not a big planet.
The two comets you can see are ISON and Love Joy
Facts about Pluto!
Pluto is 375 to 400 degrees below zero. That's cold!
It is very possible that Pluto is
covered in ice.
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