FEB 25, 2015 04:26 PM PST

Sand Dunes on a Comet?


The comet 67P has provided an avalanche of astonishing discoveries that may puzzle scientists for years to come. And one problem that will simply not go away is the seemingly impossible dunes, or dune-like ripples at the comet's neck.
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