#3
Quote by JustRooster



Ah. But how did it survive?


edit: Okay so what i'm understanding is, the comet initially passed through, survived and will now spew off gases and dust and shit until it is no longer a comet.
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Last edited by angusfan16 at Nov 30, 2013,
#5
It definitely didn't pass through the Sun, it looks like it did a close gravity assist maneuver with an extremely close perihelion distance
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#7
The rest of it traveled back in time to the 1970s.
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#9
Quote by Dreadnought
It definitely didn't pass through the Sun, it looks like it did a close gravity assist maneuver with an extremely close perihelion distance



That's what a friend was telling me. Plus that article JustRooster posted said it swept around 730,000 miles over the suns surface. I'm not going to pretend that i know how close that is, but judging by that gif it seems impressive.
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Last edited by angusfan16 at Nov 30, 2013,
#12
Quote by Tag43
Something has activated the Mass Relays.



Lol that's the first thing i thought of


edit: V I am so upset that i missed the opportunity to make that joke.
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Last edited by angusfan16 at Nov 30, 2013,
#13
I can't keep my Ison the sun longer than 10 seconds tops.
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#14
Quote by angusfan16
Lol that's the first thing i thought of




Seriously though, that's really cool looking, but I have no idea what's going on in that gif. Looks cool though
#16
Quote by angusfan16

Explain this shit nerds

Simple. Someone took all the pictures NASA has been posting on Twitter and crammed them all into a gif.

Which is cool because looking at them individually was nowhere near as interesting.