June 28, 2017
Comets, cosmic ray, solar wind, Astro-chemistry, radiation pressure
Our analysis and calculations show problems and a paradox in the case of comet masses. While we see the mass of a space object clearly decreases in perihelion position, it does not eventually disappear. In presenting some scenarios for a solution, we have only two choices: Either comets were more massive in their early stages , or they compensate for their mass decrease in some manner. The examination and analysis of the data collected in recent space missions of deep impact orbit probes on comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, shows that we have undeniable evidence of sources of matter that cause comet masses to increase within the planetary disk. The calculations provide wonderful results of comet mass ranges and with them, more paradoxes. For a solution to the sem-istable mass problem, this theoretical work will support current programs and serve as a guide for those of the future. Maintaining this work will change previous system formation theory principals. This analysis includes the discovery space mission and land observational detecting programs for accurate measurement of the mass of comets in aphelion and perihelion positions.