Where Does the Solar System End?

The outermost boundary of our solar system is known as the Oort cloud.

The Oort cloud is composed of icy space debris, some of which can be as large as mountains

Comets, celestial bodies with brilliant tails, originate from the Oort cloud

It serves as the source for many comets that enter our solar system

The Oort cloud is located beyond the boundaries of our solar system

The objects in the Oort cloud are scattered throughout vast distances in space

Some of the icy debris within the Oort cloud can be larger than the largest mountains on Earth.

The Oort cloud is a crucial part of the solar system's extended boundary

Exploring the Oort cloud can provide valuable insights into the formation and evolution of our solar system