Where does the dust in the solar system come from?

Small solid particles (dust grains) are intensely formed during collisions in the asteroid belt, during the disintegration of comets, during collisions of meteorites with the Moon, Mars, Mercury, satellites of giant planets, and during the release of this substance into outer space.

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