It is difficult to comprehend the different features of the space. You will have unanswered questions when you decide to look at the stars at night.The following are the six facts that you need to know about the space.
There Exist Thousands Of The Planets
The recorded number of the planets in the solar systems stands at eight. Most of the planets are outside the solar system. The planets that are not part of the solar systems are termed as the exoplanets and they do not orbit around the sun. There are over 1800 exoplanets, and the 3000 others are yet to be established as planets. The scientists are trying to find the alternative to Earth but most of the planets are filled with the hot gases.
The Sun Requires Million Earths For Them To Have The Same Size
The earliest scientist believed that the Planet Earth was big and that it was at the center of the solar system.After research it was discovered that the sun is bigger than the earth and the Earth rotates around the Sun. The Sun is so big that several Earths will be required to form the same size of the Sun.
The Weather Are Adverse In The Different Planets
The weather patterns vary from one Planet to another. The Hurricane-like storms have been hitting the Jupiter for the past 300 years. Mercury and Venus have adverse temperatures which change on the daily basis. Venus is considered to be one of the hottest planets.The winds in the Neptune moves at very high speeds than winds in any other planet.
The Space Is Very Close
There is a universal point known as the Karman line that makes the beginning of the space. The point is marked at 100 km from the Earth going upwards. The space is barely an hour drive when going on the upward direction.
Crying In Space Will Cause Your Tears Not To Fall
The tears do not touch the ground when you decide to cry. The tears will form the bubbles when you cry. When you cry the tears will form the bubble around your eyes and they will not fall. The floating process quickens the peeling of the dead skin in your feet.
Venus Tops The List Of The Most Heated Planets
Despite the fact the mercury is the nearest planet to the sun, it is no the hottest. Venus maintains the record of the highest planet because of having clouds that absorbs the heat from the sun. The Mercury is hot during the day when it is directly facing the sun, and since it does not have atmospheres, the temperature drops at night.