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Comet — A small body of dust and frozen gases that orbits the Sun. When approaching the Sun, the substance of the comet heats up, and the ice in its composition turns into gas and forms a tail. Sometimes comets pass close enough to our planet to be seen without falling to the Earth’s surface.
Asteroid — A large body more than 10 m (32.8 ft) in diameter that moves in orbit around the Sun.
Meteoroid — A small body measuring from a tiny grain of sand to 10 m (32.8 ft) in diameter.