A colossal comet as soon as mistaken for a dwarf planet is headed to our photo voltaic system

Scientists are getting a greater have a look at Bernardinelli-Bernstein, the biggest comet ever found, because it slowly makes its method again into the photo voltaic system after 3.5 million years.

The comet, formally designated C/2014 UN271 and found in 2021 by Pedro Bernardinelli and Gary Bernstein, could be as large as 100 miles (160km) throughout, making it a lot bigger some other comet we have found. In truth, when it was first found, the astronomers mistook it for a small dwarf planet or related trans-Neptunian object. 

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