Our solar system consists of the earth and the other seven planets. There is also the sun, many asteroids, moons, and other space objects. We study it but also look at the universe beyond it. There are other galaxies out there and we like to see if any planets look like they could support life. It interests us because we don’t know if we are the only life out there. We have found a few likely planets.
- The farther planets are from the sun, the longer the nights are.
- Days are very short on planets farther than Mars due to increase in distance from the sun.
- The gravitational tilting and orbit of our Earth is directly related to the gravitational area of larger planets in our solar system.
- Under enough stress from weight and gravity, exploded stars can form deadly black holes.
- The universe started from uncertain matter which eventually combined and formed into tangible matter.
“As stars go our sun is an average yellow star, but it is so massive that it contains 99.8% of all mass in the solar system.”
~Comments always welcome…
- Kenney Madsen (YouTube Channel)
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