solar system

8 Rare Astronomical Events We Can Still Experience

This comet periodically orbits around our sun every 75 years. It got its name from the astronomer who discovered it on 1531, Edmund Halley. Astronomers reported that this comet is 9 miles long and 5 miles wide and made mostly of icy particles. During its journey through our solar system, it gets illuminated by the sun making it visible in some parts of Earth. The next time it will visit near Earth will be in the year 2061.

Interesting Facts About The Planets Of Our Solar System

The universe is full of mystery that’s for sure. For sure there is so much weird and unexplained stuff occurring in the depths of it. There is even enough of them here in our own solar system planets. Some of them are somewhat given an explanation by humans (much of it are theories by the […]

6 Moon Facts That Will Blow Your Mind

6 Moon Facts That Will Blow Your Mind

Well, there are actually two strong theories on how the moon formed. The first one is that an object as big as Mars has hit our planet and dislodged a big chunk of Earth which became our satellite. Another theory is that it is some space object that wandered too close to the Earth’s orbit and got stuck there. Planetary scientists and theorists have long debated as to which one should it be. But, whichever side wins, one thing stays true. The moon is nothing but space debris.

4 Reasons Why We Can’t Live In Other Planets

4 Reasons Why We Can't Live In Other Planets

The worst heat wave that humans have recently experienced
happened in Australia. During this time people suffered from a heat that peaked
at 46. degrees Celsius for 8 straight days. People have died during this time
due to heat stroke. This is why we can’t live in Mercury.

Mercury, being the closest planet to the sun can reach temperatures of 450 degrees Celsius during the day. And this is not the worst part yet. Because it does not have an atmosphere to trap the heat, it gets freezing cold during the night. The night temperatures in Mercury can drop to -170 degrees Celsius. And just to make matters worst, a single day in this planet lasts for 1407.5 Earth hours.

Intriguing Mysteries Of The Solar System

There are so many things about our solar system that are still unsolved. These things have baffled the greatest of scientists.

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