Check out this snowball!
Whoosh! A huge comet flies in the sky! Comets are frozen balls of gas, rock, and dust.
Comet C/2014 UN271 is the biggest comet people have ever seen.
Pray: Thank God for the Moon, stars, planets, and comets. He is a mighty Creator!
Read More: Comet C/2014 UN271 was first spotted in 2010. It is 80 miles wide. That is about 50 times larger than most known comets. C/2014 UN271 is moving 22,000 miles per hour. That’s almost five times faster than a rocket plane can fly! Comets heat up as they get closer to the Sun. Gas and dust trail from the frozen core then. That forms the tail. These comet tails can be bigger than planets! Comet C/2014 UN271 will never get closer than about one billion miles from the Sun. Psalm 68:34 tells us God’s power “is in the skies.”