Where Are Most Asteroids Found?
Comets spend most of their lives far away from the Sun in the distant reaches of the solar system. They primarily originate from two regions: the Kuiper BeltKuiper BeltThe most recent estimate puts the total mass of the Kuiper belt at (1.97±0.30)×10−2 Earth masses based on the influence that it exerts on the motion of planets.https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kuiper_beltKuiper belt - Wikipedia, and the Oort CloudOort CloudSome estimates place the outer boundary at between 100,000 and 200,000 au (1.58 and 3.16 ly). The region can be subdivided into a spherical outer Oort cloud of 20,000–50,000 au (0.32–0.79 ly), and a torus-shaped inner Oort cloud of 2,000–20,000 au (0.0–0.3 ly).https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Oort_cloudOort cloud - Wikipedia
Eros, an Asteroid. Meteoroids are lumps of rock or iron that orbit the sun, just as planets, asteroids, and comets do. Meteoroids are found throughout the solar system, from the rocky inner planets to the remote reaches of the Kuiper belt
Made of dust, rock and ices, comets are typically found in the outer reaches of our solar system, beyond the orbit of the planet Neptune