Category: Solar system

This is not a comet .. Our Mercury tail is clear …

May 7, 2022

Mercury’s surface contains small amounts of sodium. The reason for this yellow tail is that it shines in the sunlight . When exposed to sunlight, not only are the sodium atoms released, but other elements also come out of the surface in this way. Mercury’s tail was first discovered in 2001. Then, from 2011 to…

Ice volcano on Pluto

April 23, 2022

Ice volcanoes found on the surface of Pluto. An iceberg, or ice volcano, is a body of water that rises and cools in the form of a volcano. In July 2015, scientists analyzed images taken by NASA’s spacecraft orbiting Pluto and its satellites to identify the presence of ice volcanoes on Pluto. The temperature at…

The giants in our galaxy.

April 6, 2022

Let’s get acquainted with some of the giants in our galaxy, many of which are the largest and brightest known in the universe. Maggie – The longest structure in the milkyway It is the largest object or structure in our galaxy. Although many isolated large clouds can be seen, this cloud, which is continuous at…

Sound late on Mars

April 4, 2022

Finding that Mars has a slower speed of sound compared to Earth. The sound was recorded by microphones from the US space agency NASA’s Mars mission Perseverance. Sound travels on Mars at a speed of 240 meters per second. The speed on Earth is 343 meters. The study also explains that sound travels on the…

Here are some pictures to get a closer look at Pluto

April 3, 2022

Digitally elevated models of some of the images received are also included.

Original size of the Stars

March 28, 2022

The size of the stars is something that amazes us a lot. UY Scuti is a star 1700 times larger than the Sun, Stephenson 2-18. We are amazed and amazed to hear that the star is 2150 times the size of the Sun. (Size here means diameter)However, there is an inaccuracy in comparing the sizes…

Image of a sand dune known as the Bagnold dunes, located on the Gale crater on Mars, captured by the Curiosity rover.

March 16, 2022

Bagnold dunes are a 35 km long dark gray mud / sand dune in the Gail Crater on Mars. They are named after Ralph Alger Bagnold, one of the first explorers to explore the physics behind the sand dunes across the Libyan desert.

SSLV

March 15, 2022

The first launch of ISRO’s new launch vehicle SSLV (SSLV) is coming soon. The test of the first solid fuel stage of the new rocket has been successfully completed. The first solid booster stage test was held at 12.05 am on Monday at Sriharikota. Other parts of the rocket had already been tested. The crucial…