Date: 6 months ago   Category: Space

The TESS telescope has accidentally removed flight of a comet


NASA has published a video on which passing of recently opened comet is visible. The TESS telescope which call the exoplanets hunter has accidentally removed a comet. While the device set up the equipment in Earth orbit, it has made a series of pictures. On these shots passing of a comet of C/2018 N1 is also removed. The roller has appeared on an official channel of NASA. The comet of C/2018 N1 has been opened by the orbital infrared telescope of NASA a month ago. She is approximately in 48 million kilometers from Earth that makes about a third of distance to the Sun. On a roller it is noticeable how the tail of a comet changes the direction because of solar wind. Earlier the idea the Mask about conquest of Mars in NASA was called unreal. We will remind, on the eve of opposition of Mars with Earth, NASA has shown new photos of Mars and Saturn to News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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