Before we talk about the universe, galaxies, planetary systems that are light-years away, how much more do we have to say about our solar system?
There is so much information we don’t know about the solar system and the solar system that we think is just eight planets. The plan is to introduce some of that information.
1. How to cross the asteroid belt without crashing!
You’ve seen that film, is that the asteroid belt? That’s about the belt made of asteroids from Mars. As shown in the film, crossing this belt is a very difficult task. Why, when one asteroid disappears, another one comes in front of you, and the doobie stinks!
Actually, it’s just a raw kebab. It’s called asteroid belt, but it’s not a place for astronaut traffic jams. The real story is that this region may have to pass through without seeing an asteroid at times.
Spread over an area of approximately one trillion trillions, the asteroid belt now contains an estimated 80,000 asteroids!
2. Where is the Kuiper belt?
Before you know where it is, find out if there is one! In fact, our Solar System is not what most people think will end after Pluto. There’s another outer solar system. That’s about 20 astronomical units. Let’s say that an astronomical unit is approximately 149.9 million kilometers.
Now this Kuiper belt is sort of like an asteroid belt. But much more than that. This is to say that the sun and the planets left behind are debris. Like the Pluto we know now, the Kuiper belt also contains dwarf planets,
such as the Homia and the Makemake. Didn’t know they were in the solar system, right? Scientists believe that this Kuiper belt, or the Edgeworth-Kuiper belt, contains more than 100,000 asteroids and hundreds of other objects within a hundred kilometers in diameter.
3. Uranus rotating side by side
Uranus, which is considered to be the seventh planet in the Solar System, is also known as the gas giant. In fact, the third-largest planet on planet Uranus is made up of gas and ice. Hurricanes are constantly blowing on Uranus’ surface, which is very cold. That means 450 miles per hour.
But that’s not what interstate talk about Uranus is all about. Uranus belongs to 13 invisible rings and 27 small moons. That means Uranus rotates around the sun, tilting it to the side.
In other words, in most other worlds the equator is in the center of the planet and the poles are up and down. But the poles of Uranus are on the equator.
The assumption is that the ancient planets might have come and hit Uranus and upped Uranus!
4. active member in the system!
This is about an active member of the solar system. It’s a moon. This active avoid is going to the Jupiter moon called Io. Why? If the Io Moon were dense, it would be 0.015 Earth. The surface area is about 0.08 Earth. But there are over 400 active volcanoes on this tiny moon. This huge volcano is over 330 feet high.
The sulfur and sulfur dioxide emitted from these volcanoes reach more than 500 kilometers. Then the lava flows for hundreds of kilometers. So in short, if there is one hell, you can say it is on the moon.
5. Where is the Oat Cloud?
Astronomers call it the Oort Cloud, which is composed of ice-bound objects beyond the Kuiper belt. Now it is important to understand that this OT cloud is an assumption. That means the book should have something like this. Not so.
However, many believe that this is one of the debris left behind when our Solar System was created and that it was one of the last surviving ice craters. That means the Oat Cloud is so old. So many scientists believe that the orbital period of more than 200 years is coming from the Oort Cloud.
6. Crazy lame Pluto!
When the Solar System is nominated, we are calling for nine planets. This is the ninth planet, Pluto. But now Pluto has called it a dwarf planet in the Kuiper belt. Even so, scientists are still very interested in Pluto. One of the reasons is the weirdest atmosphere on Pluto.
The surface of Pluto has been found to be more than 11,000 feet high. So even though the solar system is a dwarf planet, it is very active on the surface of Pluto. But how do you get the power to activate it?
This means that the sun is so far away from the sun that it does not receive power. It’s still a mystery!
7. Jupiter doesn’t rotate around the sun!
There is no question that the sun is the largest giant in the solar system. But the giant behind it is Jupiter. He is the largest of the planets known as gas giants. Jupiter is 2.5 times the mass of all the other planets combined.
What’s the point of not moving around the sun now?
Here’s how: Actually not one planet revolves around the sun. What really happens is that the planet and the sun rotate around the center of gravity and the center of gravity. But the size of the other planets,
including the Earth, is negligible compared to the sun. Therefore, the center of gravity equilibrium is the sun itself. So if you take the Earth, it’s practically the same story around the sun.
But a giant like Jupiter and the point where the gravity of the sun balances out is a little off here. So what really happens is that the Sun and Jupiter rotate around that point.
Now, do you realize that even though the Solar System is, we can imagine, beyond our limits?