Catching #CometLeonard by the tail 💫 #SolarOrbiter sampled particles & magnetic field as it flew through the comet’s tail, allowing us to study how it interacts with solar wind. Here’s our first impressions 👉esa.int/Science_Explor… #WeAreAllSolarOrbiters 📷SWA-HIS sensor data pic.twitter.com/0mso2vCbF8
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#SolarOrbiter also captured the comet simultaneously in both visible and ultraviolet light, which will help hint at the rate at which the #comet is ejecting dust, and its water production rate, respectively. esa.int/Science_Explor… 📷@MetisSolar

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