Skydiving: The most amazing photos this week!

The massive nucleus of the megacomet is the largest measured, Neptune is unique in the summer, and water glass technology is being tested at a global mission. This is one of the top photos this week from Space.com.

These images from the Hubble Space Telescope show comet C / 2014 UN271 (Bernardinelli-Berstein), the largest comet ever known, according to NASA. (Photo: NASA, ESA, Man-To-Meeting (Macau University of Science and Technology), David Jewitt (UCLA); Photo: Alyssa Pagan (STScI))

The Hubble Space Telescope has confirmed that the comet nucleus is the largest known in modern times. The comet, named C / 2014 UN271 (Bernardinelli-Bernstein), is larger than the state of Rhode Island and about 50 times larger than the average comet core. According to the researchers, the comet is the only indicator of distant comets in our solar system, some of which are many in common.

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