The orbits of two comets lie in the ecliptic plane and have perihelion distances equal to 0.5 and 2.0 AU. Each of the comets has a tail 150

The orbits of two comets lie in the ecliptic plane and have perihelion distances equal to 0.5 and 2.0 AU. Each of the comets has a tail 150 million km long. Could any of these comets, or both, hit the Earth with their tail?

Can only be one with a perihelion distance less than 1.

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