Astronomers discover how ‘Lazarus comets’ return to life after millions of years

Comets return to life after millions of years.

Astronomers discover how ‘Lazarus comets’ return to life after millions of years

Science Recorder | Delila James | Sunday, August 04, 2013

A team of astronomers from the University of Anitoquia in Medellin, Columbia has discovered a graveyard of comets, some of which, they say, could become active again after remaining dormant for millions of years. The newly discovered comets are located in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, which contains at least 85,000 dead and dormant comets... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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