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Interstellar comets are more common than thought

“We’re finding that there could be substantially more visitors,” say Harvard scientists

An image of an interstellar comet: a bright blue fuzzy dot among a black background
Detected in 2019, the Borisov comet was the first interstellar comet known to have passed through our solar system. Credit: NASA, ESA and D. Jewitt (UCLA)
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