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Facts About Space

There are splendid pieces of information about the space that can enlighten you a great deal. The information can be amazingly cool. What is more, space science is seen as exciting topics in itself. If you are one of the space science students who is looking to enriching your knowledge about the space facts, then this article will benefit you big time.

Firstly, let us find out the origin of the snows that keep falling on the surface of the planet Mars during winter. It is now known that the snow forms at the upper parts of the atmosphere of planet Mars. These snows will become vapor before landing on the surface.

Many space science scholars postulate that planet Mars for a long time had large amounts of water on its surface. This kind of hypothesis is based on the fact that there are extensive but scattered water bodies existing on the valleys and canyons of this particular planet.

Then there is the unique Saturn’s ring. It is about 500,000 miles in circumference. But what is even astounding is the fact that it is about a foot thick.

One of the greats phenomena is moon that keeps orbiting around the Earth. The Earth’s moon was first studied in 1968. The Apollo 8 Aircraft was the first space aircraft that left the Earth and started orbiting around the moon. Series of space aircrafts were later launched, for instance, Britain’s Black Arrow.

Studies have revealed that the moon keeps moving away from the Earth at a rate of 2.5 cm each year. Nonetheless, a lot of scientists come up with different rates. Some researchers claim that the actual rate is 34 cm per year, but the most credible one is the former rate.

What is more interesting is the fact that the astronauts cannot burp in space. In fact, it was discovered that 20 seconds worth of fuel remained on the Apollo 11’s Lunar Module tank before it landed on the moon.

Then there is the comet, an asteroid that keeps appearing in the Earth’s atmosphere after several years. Its trail seems to get attracted to the sun as it moves across space.

It is a known fact that the astronauts get taller while in space. And they get shorter when in outer space.

In fact, the largest meteorite recorded in the earth’s history was found in Hoba, Namibia and weighed 60 tons. And some of the largest asteroids have individual moons.

The Earth revolves around the sun at a rate of 66,700 miles per hour. On average, the planet Saturn is 886 million miles away from the Sun.

It is said that the density of planet Saturn is less water’s, but this fact is misleading in a way. Saturn’s gaseous load is believed to be the reason behind this planet’s lightness. You will find that the objects are heavier by 1.16 times on Saturn than on Earth.

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