Mi sa che Haramein stavolta ha detto una gran fregnaccia 😀 se la cometa fosse stata davvero grande 2 volte Giove non sarebbe di verto passata inosservata…
Basta pensare alle dimensioni di Giove, una cosa addirittura 2 volte quella mole a quella distanza si sarebbe vista pure in pieno giorno
ma ti sei visto la conferenza video di 8 ore?
no…allora perche ridi?
Comet C/2002 V1 (NEAT) is a non-periodic comet that appeared in November, 2002. The comet appeared with a magnitude of approximately –0.5, making it currently the 7th brightest comet seen in 70 years. It was seen by SOHO in February 2003. It was calculated that the comet came closer to the sun than the Asteroid belt in September 2002. (Slight controversy arose when the comet failed to break up when it approached the sun, as expected by some scientists if it were a small comet.)
The comet was hit by a Coronal mass ejection during its pass near the sun; some rumoured it had “disturbed” the sun, but mainstream scientists dismissed this notion. After the comet left LASCO's field of view around February 23, an object was seen at the bottom of the images. Although technicians dismissed this as a glitch, rumours persisted that the comet had been expelled from the sun.
Discovered by the Near Earth Asteroid Tracking team (NEAT) in 2002, comet 2002 V1 never reached naked eye visibility but was easily seen in amateur size telescopes.
This image was taken February 2, 2003 as the comet approached the sun. As flags on poles always wave in the direction of the prevailing wind, so do the tails of comets. The sun emits a solar wind that causes the tail to blow away from the sun. When the comet is traveling away from the sun, the comet actually chases its tail.
comunque era solo un modo per rispondere a Pyriel
non voglio polemizzare sulla cometa
ognuno si fa la sua idea, usa il suo cervello
pero sarebbe meglio non ridere di qualcosa che non si conosce
mi ero informato e ufficialmente la corona di gas della cometa era 2 volte Giove circa, la dimensione totale, ma il nucleo secondo la NASA era mi pare 500km se non ricordo male…secondo la NASA..
si ma nessuna delle fonti hce hai citato parla delle dimensioni….