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Illustration of the Earth, Moon and Sun showing a passing comet. Cities are seen glistening, defining the edges of the Earth's continents. Comets are balls of loosely packed 'dirty ice'. As they near the Sun, their gases sublimate and form long tails blustering away from the star. The tails can stretch for tens of thousands of kilometres, dwarfing even the Earth-Moon separation.Illustration of the Earth, Moon and Sun showing a passing comet. Cities are seen glistening, defining the edges of the Earth's continents. Comets are balls of loosely packed 'dirty ice'. As they near the Sun, their gases sublimate and form long tails blustering away from the star. The tails can stretch for tens of thousands of kilometres, dwarfing even the Earth-Moon separation.
Illustration of a sun grazing comet. These are comets that pass very close to the Sun at perihelion. Sometimes they can skirt above the photosphere at distances of just a few thousand kilometres - the mere diameter of a small planet. Occasionally comets are completely evaporated in this process, but some can last several passes before either falling into the Sun or disintegrating because of tidal forces.Illustration of a sun grazing comet. These are comets that pass very close to the Sun at perihelion. Sometimes they can skirt above the photosphere at distances of just a few thousand kilometres - the mere diameter of a small planet. Occasionally comets are completely evaporated in this process, but some can last several passes before either falling into the Sun or disintegrating because of tidal forces.
Illustration of the Earth, Moon and Sun showing a passing comet. Cities are seen glistening, defining the edges of the Earth's continents. Comets are balls of loosely packed 'dirty ice'. As they near the Sun, their gases sublimate and form long tails blustering away from the star. The tails can stretch for tens of thousands of kilometres, dwarfing even the Earth-Moon separation.Illustration of the Earth, Moon and Sun showing a passing comet. Cities are seen glistening, defining the edges of the Earth's continents. Comets are balls of loosely packed 'dirty ice'. As they near the Sun, their gases sublimate and form long tails blustering away from the star. The tails can stretch for tens of thousands of kilometres, dwarfing even the Earth-Moon separation.
Illustration of a sun grazing comet. These are comets that pass very close to the Sun at perihelion. Sometimes they can skirt above the photosphere at distances of just a few thousand kilometres - the mere diameter of a small planet. Occasionally comets are completely evaporated in this process, but some can last several passes before either falling into the Sun or disintegrating because of tidal forces.Illustration of a sun grazing comet. These are comets that pass very close to the Sun at perihelion. Sometimes they can skirt above the photosphere at distances of just a few thousand kilometres - the mere diameter of a small planet. Occasionally comets are completely evaporated in this process, but some can last several passes before either falling into the Sun or disintegrating because of tidal forces.
Baby passed out after breastfeedingBaby passed out after breastfeeding
Milkweed seeds from the Offset CollectionMilkweed seeds from the Offset Collection
An exploded milkweed pod - OffsetAn exploded milkweed pod - Offset
Triathlete running along beach promenadeTriathlete running along beach promenade
Back view of triathlete stretching on the beachBack view of triathlete stretching on the beach
Triathlete stretching on the beach promenadeTriathlete stretching on the beach promenade
Portrait of triathletePortrait of triathlete
Triathlete training on bicycleTriathlete training on bicycle
Triathlete training on bicycleTriathlete training on bicycle
Triathlete training on bicycleTriathlete training on bicycle
Triathlete training on bicycleTriathlete training on bicycle
Triathlete drinking water on bicycleTriathlete drinking water on bicycle
Portrait of triathlete with cycling helmetPortrait of triathlete with cycling helmet
Triathlete training on bicycle, close-upTriathlete training on bicycle, close-up
Triathlete training on bicycleTriathlete training on bicycle
Triathlete swimmer coming out of the waterTriathlete swimmer coming out of the water
Triathlete running along beach promenadeTriathlete running along beach promenade
Nurse adjusting controls on a ventilator attached to an unconscious patientNurse adjusting controls on a ventilator attached to an unconscious patient
Unconscious man in the intensive care unit at a hospitalUnconscious man in the intensive care unit at a hospital
Nurse adjusting controls on a ventilator attached to an unconscious patientNurse adjusting controls on a ventilator attached to an unconscious patient
Boy in hospital bed with head bandagesBoy in hospital bed with head bandages

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