Telescope images detail approaching comet's massive tail

07/23/2013 | Space.com

Photos of the Comet ISON taken last month by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope reveal a massive tail made up of dust and carbon dioxide. The comet is set to pass near the sun Nov. 28. "ISON is very exciting," said NASA's Jim Green. "We believe that data collected from this comet can help explain how and when the solar system was first formed."

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