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Unformatted text preview: packing billions of tons of solar gas and magnetism into billowing clouds traveling a million-plus miles per hour. It is almost surprising that one of these CMEs was successful in pulling off a comets tail because with all their mass and power they are spread out over a large amount of space. They believe that this happened by the magnetic fields of the comet bumping into the opposite magnetic fields of the CMEs causing the tail to be removed. Because of the comet orbit so close to the sun it is believed that it has been struck with more CMEs than any other comet and this may affect its nature and evolution....
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