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Saturn Science Facts

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Mysterious, beautiful Saturn dwells in the cold, dimly lit in outer part of solar system, away from light and heat of the Sun. Most famous for its magnificent ring system, the second largest of the gas giant planets in the world living in our Sun’s family, after Jupiter. Planets are usually cool as they age, but Saturn is much warmer than astrophysicists believe that it should be, without any...

Why Stars are Beautiful?

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All the stars from the largest to the smallest, are huge boiling raging balls, mostly hydrogen gas. Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the nuclear space, as well as the lightest. Our galaxy which is called “The Milky Way Galaxy” is created by billions of stars on fire but most of them do not live alone, but instead formed in binary or multiple star systems near one or more carbonated...

All You Need to Know About Venus

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Venus is the sixth largest planet in the solar system and second planet from the sun. It is the brightest object in the night sky except the Moon. Venus revolves around the Sun once every 224.7 Earth days and gets as close to the Sun as 107,476 million km and as far from the Sun as 108,942 million km. This makes the orbit of Venus less elliptical and more circular than any other planets. Venus’s...

Things You Didn’t Know About Space

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In space no one can hear you scream. This is because there is no air in the space – it is a vacuum. Sound waves can not travel through a vacuum. “Cosmos” begins about 100 km above the Earth, where the shell of air surrounding our planet disappears. In the absence of air in order to disperse the sunlight and produce blue sky, space appears as a black blanket dotted with stars. The...

Jupiter Fun Facts

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Jupiter is a huge gaseous and largest planet in the solar system and it is about 89,000 miles wide at the equator. This is the true “King of Planets” and is so great that all the other planets in our Sun’s family can fit inside of it. In fact, more than 1,000 Earths could fit inside of Jupiter. Jupiter is a huge Great Red Spot. According to many scientists, it’s the most prominent...

Why is it Dangerous To Look At The Eclipse Directly

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Viewing an eclipse, total or partial, without a doubt is an very exciting event. Most children study of eclipses, seeing one definitely help them to understand and appreciate the subject much more. You do not have to book tickets for Libya in enthusiasm, but if the eclipse will be visible from your city, do not make a point to show it to your children. There are some superstitions associated with eclipses...

Mercury The Tiniest Planet in The Solar System

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Mercury is now the tiniest and smallest planet in the solar system and the closest planet to the Sun. It has a diameter of over 3,000 miles, this small planet is only about 1/3 the size of Earth and only about 40 percent larger than the moon of Earth. On a scale if Earth is supposed to be of the size of a baseball then Mercury would be of size of a golf ball. Mercury only finishes three rotations on...