Scientists have discovered a large scale dangerously close to the sun, and astronomers say it is a celestial body It is 7 times the size of the moon of Mars.
According to specialized media, the research project was implemented in an international alliance with Dark Energy Survey (DES) There are many celestial bodies that are larger than the size of a comet.
It is related to the 2014 comet UN271, which according to new data from the scientists behind the research, has a diameter of 150 kilometers, which is equivalent to 7 times the diameter of Phobos, one of the moons of Mars.
New data indicate that 2014’s UN271, which is 10 times the size of comet Hale-Bopp, is larger than asteroid 55 Pandora and Arrokoth. But what if you get close to the sun?
Scientists have not yet determined what could happen, and the fact is that they are ‘monitoring’ it regularly to assess the consequences it could have. With a celestial body this size for the Sun.
Comet 2014 UN271 was first visualized in the Oort cloud, in 2014, signs of activity were detected for it It was classified as a comet, not an asteroid.
The way through the universe
The Megameter has made a fascinating journey through the universe, according to data from researchers from small planet center Closer to Saturn, Neptune, and even the Oort Cloud, The orbit appears to take 5.5 million years to complete.
currently, about a light-year away from the sun, Scientists theorize that it could be an ’emissary’ from the far and frozen region, from the outer edges of the solar system, it may have always been a part, but the gravitational interactions, “Go away.”