Elements of The Solar System made by cayden

Comets are irregular shaped body. They're made of solid grains of matter and frozen gases.

Meteors are streaks of light in the sky made from burning up meteoroids. Sometimes they could be call shooting or falling stars. Nearly 3,000 metric tons hit Earth a day.
Meteoroids are stony or metallic materials traveling in space. They are smaller than asteroids.
Asteroids are rocky and metallic objects that orbit the sun. They are too small to be planets.They are located between Mars and Jupiter. Ceres was considered a asteroid but is now a dwarf planet.
Meteorites are meteoroids that reaches the surface of Earth without burning up. The types are Chondrites, and iron.
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Created with images by NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "NASA Unveils Celestial Fireworks as Official Image for Hubble 25th Anniversary" • skeeze - "comet comet mcnaught butler" • laocaohenmang - "night meteor moon" • WikiImages - "asteroid meteorite comet" • Tom Frisch - "asteroid?" • DasWortgewand - "asteroid meteorite impact"

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