15 mysterious fact about Space


15 mysterious fact about Space

1.  The moon was once a piece of the earth.

 When Earth was a relatively young planet, it was hit by a giant object, and this collision caused a piece of the Earth to move toward the moon.  The piece then begins to orbit the earth as a result of its gravitational pull.  Scientists said after research that the soil of Chad and the soil of the earth are exactly the same.  So they are fairly sure that Chad was part of the world before.

 2.  There may be life on Mars.

 Mars is the most hospitable of all the planets in our solar system (except Earth).  In 1967, NASA found an object that it thought could be the fossil of a microscopic organism in a rock rescued from Mars.

 3.  Space is completely silent.

 There is no atmosphere in space, which means there is no means of hearing or way of traveling.  Astronauts use radio waves while in space, because radio waves can be transmitted and received here.

 4.  No one knows how many stars there are in star space.

It makes it impossible to accurately estimate exactly how many stars there are.  At the moment, scientists and astronomers only use the number of stars in our galaxy, The Milky Way, to make guesses.  This number is between 200-300 billion stars and there are estimated billions of galaxies so that the number of stars in space is completely innumerable.

 5.  Halley's comet will be seen on Earth in 2061.

A comet was discovered in 1805 by Edmund Haley.  Hay Haley's comet is named after him.  This famous comet was last seen in 1986 and is seen once every 75 to 8 years.

 6.  A full NASA space suite costs 120,000,000.

 There are separate suites for going to space.  You can't go into space without this suit.  If there is a problem in the suit, the person may die immediately.  While Cool spent শ 12 million on the entire NASA suite, 80% of that cost was for backpacks and control modules.

7.  Neutron stars can make 600 spins per second.

 Neutron stars are the densest and smallest stars in the universe.  Although they have a radius of only 10 kilometers (8 miles), they may have several times the mass of the Sun.  They can rotate 60 times per second after being born from a major-fall supernova star explosion and are known to be moving at a speed of 600-612 times per second due to their physics.

8 .  Planets can be made from diamonds.

 As space information goes, it’s pretty impressive.  A study by scientists at Yale University found that a rocky planet called "55 Cancri E" has twice the radius of Earth and eight times its mass - it could have a surface made of graphite and diamond.  It is 40 light-years away but visible to the naked eye of a cancer star.

9.  Impressions are gained in a fluid, global, diffused way.

 The moon has no atmosphere, which means that there is no air on the surface of the moon and there is no water to wash the footprints.  This means that Apollo astronauts will have millions of years, including footprints, spacecraft prints, rover-prints and discarded materials.

 10.  Venus is one day longer than a year.

 Venus has a slow axis rotation.  It takes the earth 243 days to complete one day.  Venus takes 225 days from Earth to orbit the Sun once it orbits the Sun.

 11.  After 3.5 billion years, the Milky Way galaxy will collide with the Andromeda galaxy.

 The Andromeda Galaxy has reached the Milky Way.  Where our solar system is moving at a speed of about 110 kilometers (6 miles / second) per second.  Eventually the collision of the two galaxies will create a huge elliptical galaxy.

 12. If there are two pieces of the same type of metal touch in space, they will be permanently bound.

 This unimaginable fact is known as cold welding and it happens because there is no way to separate the atoms of two atoms.  This does not happen on Earth because of the air and water found in the pieces.

 13.  Water floating in space.

 Astronomers have found a huge cloud of water vapor somewhere about ten billion light-years from Earth.  It contains 134 trillion times more water than Earth.  This has turned out to be the greatest discovery of water ever found.  This water or water vapor surrounds a black hole called fog.

 14.  The largest asteroid known to date is 975 kilometers (600 miles) wide.

 In 1801, the Italian astronomer Giuseppe Piaget discovered the dwarf planet Ceres the first and largest, which was considered an asteroid.  It is located in the asteroid belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter and accounts for 33% of the mass of the entire belt.

 15.  Hotel Planet 450 degrees Celsius in our solar system.

 Venus is the warmest planet in the solar system and has an average temperature of about 450 degrees Celsius.  Venus is not the closest planet to the Sun.  Mercury is close, but there is no atmosphere to control Mercury's temperature because it is a very large temperature fluctuation.

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