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The vast majority of the asteroids in our solar system can be found in the asteroid belt.
Asteroids look like solid rocks, but are actually “rock piles” held together by mutual gravity. Some even have their own moons, like this one.
A comet has two tails – one made up of melted ice and the other of ionized gas.
The nucleus of a comet reveals it to be a “dirty snowball.”
Pluto is just one of many objects that orbit the Sun in the Kuiper Belt.
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