Why does the head of a comet approaching the Sun take on a paraboloid shape?

Jets of cometary matter ejected from the surface of the nucleus, under the action of a uniform zero of the solar wind and light pressure, move along parabolic trajectories, while the head itself acquires a paraboloid shape.

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