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Hubble's telescope monitors the rare, self-broken asteroid



NEW YORK (Reuters) – Astrollers use Hubble Space Telescope and a number of the other telescopes see a space called 6478 Gault that is thought to be "active."

The images show the debris and dust that flows from the surface of the rock to make long, beautiful tails behind it, running through a slow moving swam.

Asteroid
The asteroid

Active and unstable asteroids are now found Gault, In the asteroid zone between Mars and the merchant, go on as a result of a process known as t YORP Where the sun draws out of the stars to create a small amount of power to make it turn, and if this circulation quickly, the asteroid will go out fragile and start to t herself.



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