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Astronomy Trivia Fun Facts

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Astronomy Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

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One of the three major types of meteorites, the stony-iron is a combination of the materials that make up the meteorite and is considered the rarest of the three.
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The Kuiper Belt is considered as one of the areas in space where comets come from and along with the Oort Cloud is found far from the Sun and in the distant places of space.
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Several asteroids have come close to the Earth and had been considered as Near-Earth Objects, but they never reach the surface of the Earth, exploding in the air rather than on land.
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Considered as a big cousin of the asteroid, meteoroids are much smaller than asteroids and are made up of rocks or metallic substances which can be as small as a grain or as large as a meter wide.
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A comet's tail is not always a tail because there are times when it can be seen beside the comet or even in front of it, but the tail will always point away from the Sun.
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Rarely found or discovered, meteorites have been able to fetch prices that are sometimes several times the prices given for other precious stones or minerals found on Earth.
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Asteroids usually come from the area in space that is called the asteroid belt and is found between the orbits of the planets Mars and Jupiter.
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Smaller than all the other space objects, space dust can be found both in outer space and on Earth. It has been discovered on some of the Earth's surfaces and even houses or buildings.
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Space dust is made from stars when they explode or even from comets, but that is not all because space dust can also form new objects in outer space or create planetary rings.
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Space dust forms in groups or rings or even so-called dust clouds that can be found in different parts of space. They are usually unmapped and can catch a spacecraft by surprise.