Sun look like from other planets

What does the Sun look like from other planets | nature magazine

What Does The Sun Look Like From Other Planets? Find out what it’s like to look up from the surface of another world On Earth, the position of the Sun relative to our planet makes us the toast of the Solar System. Located in the habitable zone, where the Sun is the right distance to make it neither too hot nor too cold, we are treated to relatively moderate temperatures. We also enjoy a brilliant blue sky, as molecules in our atmosphere scatter more blue light than any other color. Take a trip to the planets Venus and Mercury, though, and

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basic information about earth planet for kids

Basic Information About Earth Planet For Kids | nature magazine

basic information about earth planet for kids Ancient and teeming with life, Earth is a truly amazing planet, with a fascinating tale to tell… Today, science has revealed much about our planet, from how it formed and has evolved over billions of years through to its current position in the universe. Indeed, right now we have a clearer image of earth planet than ever before. And what a petrifying and improbable image it is. A massive spherical body of metal, rock, liquid and gas postponed perilously within a vast void by an unseen, binding force. It is a body that

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image of irregular galaxy

Irregular galaxy Hubble Space Telescope has captured this image – Irregular galaxy

 Irregular galaxy. The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has captured this image of dwarf irregular galaxy Holmberg II. The galaxy is dominated by huge bubbles of glowing gas, which are sites of ongoing star formation. As high-mass stars form in dense regions of gas and dust they expel strong stellar winds that blow away the surrounding material. The cavities are also blown clear of gas by the shock waves produced in supernovae, the violent explosions that mark the end of the lives of massive stars. Most irregulars are small and faint Credit: NASA & ESA

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Shockwave of an exploding star seen for the first time in sky

Shockwave of an exploding star seen for the first time in sky

Shockwave of an exploding star seen for the first time in sky exploding star – Over 75 million light-years away in the constellation of Virgo (The Virgin) lies NGC 4981 a spiral galaxy with a rather explosive past. NGC 4981 was discovered on 17 April 1784 by William Herschel, and subsequently documented in John Dreyer’s New General Catalogue. Over a century later, on 23 April 1968, the galaxy once again made it into the records when a Type la supernova — a stellar explosion in a binary star system — occurred within its confines: SN 1968I. SN 1968I, however, was not to be the galaxy’s only supernova. Decades later, the core

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10 Most different galaxies names images Information and galaxies Facts

10 Most different galaxies names images Information and galaxies Facts

The Porpoise Galaxy galaxies Facts   galaxies Fact.s ne look at the Porpoise Galaxy, or NGC 2936, will tell you exactly where the name comes from. It looks just like a dolphin, though some say it looks more like a penguin protecting an egg. In reality, this is a system of two galaxies: The “dolphin” is actually part of NG 2936, while the “egg” is called Arp 142. The dolphin portion used to be a spiral galaxy similar to the Milky Way, but the immense gravitational forces of the denser galaxy below has contorted its shape significantly. The dolphin’s “eye” is

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How the ISS was built

HOW INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION WAS BUILT IN GIF DIAGRAM

SHOWING YOU HOW THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION WAS BUILT Credit  INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION What does ISS stand for? the ISS is a space station, or a habitable artificial satellite, in low Earth orbit. Its first component launched into orbit in 1998, and weighing 419,455 kg (924,740 lb), it is now the largest man-made body in low Earth orbit and can often be seen with the naked eye from Earth. The ISS consists of pressurized modules, external trusses, solar arrays, and other components. ISS components have been launched by Russian Proton and Soyuz rockets, and American Space Shuttles. INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION INTERNATIONAL SPACE

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