Hubble grabs first snap of interstellar comet Borisov

Hubble grabs first snap of interstellar comet Borisov

NASA and ESA’s Hubble Space Telescope captured the sharpest image yet of comet 2I/Borisov, a mysterious stranger that has wandered our way from the great beyond. The comet, which appears blue in the image, is zooming by at a blistering 110,000 mph, and the Hubble Space Telescope caught some shots over the weekend from a distance of 260 million miles.

Chris
Chris
Russell Daggett
Russell Daggett 4 months

God damn, can you even imagine trying to take a picture of something 260 million miles away, that's traveling 110,000 miles per hour?

Cameron
Cameron 4 months

The amount of people calling this aliens or throwing some nonsensical speculations are truly astounding. Every time a discovery is made it's like, "Oh yeah, it's aliens this time. Right?"

Seekster
Seekster 4 months

Amazing!

MoralKombat
MoralKombat 4 months

A light in the darkness.

Wholly
Wholly 4 months

”Its aliens this time."

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