Comet 67P’s Dunes Continue to Mystify | Space News

The ESA’s Rosetta mission to Comet 67P has shattered consensus theories about the origin and nature of comets. One of the most surprising discoveries was the appearance of “sand dunes” on the comet nucleus — a planetary feature that has no business on a body with insufficient atmosphere to produce mechanical winds. A new scientific study proposes the latest in what have been a string of strange theories to explain the dune’s formation. But can a better explanation be found in the electrical interpretation?

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