Interesting Facts About Planets

    Interesting Facts About Planets Outside Our Solar System

Prithvi, (English: "Earth", Latin: "Terra"), also called the World, is the third planet from the Sun and the only planet in the known universe. Where life is present It is the densest planet in the solar system and the largest among the four terrestrial planets. The information about the Earth that has been discovered so far is still not known by the manifold secrets of the Earth.

You must know that the Earth is not only the home of not only Humans but also millions of other species and also the only place in the universe where life is found. So in this article, you are going to tell some interesting things about the earth.

1. All the humans of the earth can fit in a cube of 1 square kilometer. If we raise one person in one square meter, then one million people can stand in one square kilometer.

2. If a man is left in space without any security measures, then he will live only for 2:00 minutes.

3. There is so much gold on the earth, which can cover its entire surface to a depth of 1.5 feet.

4. On Earth 100 times in 1 second and 80.6 million times every day, celestial lightning falls.

5. The source of heat on earth is not the only sun. Rather, the interior of the earth is made of molten material which continuously keeps the internal temperature of the earth constant. It is estimated that the temperature of this interior is 5000 to 7000 degrees Celsius, which is equal to the surface temperature of the sun.

6. 97% of the Earth's water is saline and only 3% of the pure water. 90% of the world's waste reaches the seas.

7. 40% of deaths in the world are caused by pollution of water, air, and soil. Only 70 million people are dying every year due to air pollution.

8. Every day 1 billion people in the world are not getting potable water, while 2 billion people are craving clean water. By 2050, about 09 billion people will be living without water or less water. By 2025, about 60% of India's groundwater sources will have dried up completely.

9. 29% of the Earth's land is land and 71% of water is water.

Interesting Facts About Planets

10. The lowest temperature measured on Earth is - 89. 2 ° C.

11. It takes 8 minutes and 18 seconds for sunlight to reach the earth.

12. The Earth rotates at a speed of 1670 kilometers per hour.

13. The deepest crater was dug by humans in 1989 in Russia. The depth of which was 12.262 kilometers.

14. According to scientists, the total age of the Earth is assumed to be 4.6 billion years.

15. There are six major countries in the world which have 40% of the land.

16. Mount Everest has an elevation of 8850 meters above sea level. But if we talk about the distance of space from the center of the Earth, then we find that the highest mountain is Mount Chimborazo of Ecuador. Its height is 6310 meters.

17. A photo of the Earth was taken from 3.7 billion miles. Which is called Pale Blue Dot. This is the picture of the earth taken from the most distance ever.

18. Every day around 200000 babies is born on Earth.

19. Every year on earth, the burden of 77 lakh people increases.

20. 106 billion people are on Earth. In the coming year 2050, there will be an increase of 9.2 billion people.

Interesting Facts About Planets

21. The following elements contribute to the creation of the Earth

1. 34.6% Iron 2. 2.4% Nickel 3. 29.5% Oxygen 4. 1.9% Sulfur 5. 15.2% Silicon 6. 0.05% Titanium 7. 12.7% Magnesium Balance Others

22. Once the largest meteorite had fallen on Earth. It was named Hoba Meteorite.

23. Celebrating the first Earth Day United States Senator Gillord Nelson established a separate Earth Day as an environment - first held on April 22, 1970.

24. Due to the gravity of the earth, it is not possible for the mountains to be higher than 15,000 meters.

25. Earth's atmosphere contains 77% nitrogen, 29% oxygen, and some amount of argon, carbon dioxide, and water vapor.

26. Pythagoras first proved that the Earth is round.

27. Prithvi or Prithivi is a Sanskrit word meaning "huge earth". According to a different legend, it was named Prithvi after the name of Maharaj Prithu.

28. Carbon is definitely present in every living being on earth.

29. One gram of gold is found in 13 billion parts of a liter of seawater.

30. Gobekli tape, the oldest religious site by humans, is located in Turkey. It was built 10,000 years BC.

Interesting Facts About Planets

1. The air on Uranus can reach a supersonic speed of 900 kmph!

2. Astronomers have found that Uranus has 27 moons, But there may be more. Most of these satellites are small. They are also quite irregular in shape.

3. The largest and most famous of these 27 moons are Ariel, Miranda, and Umbriel. Miranda is the largest, Umbriel is the smallest.

4. Uranus's moons are mostly ice and rock and are associated with the planet's ring system. They are cold, perpetually dark places.

5. Uranus is currently 2.9626 billion km from the Sun and 3.1131 km away from the Earth, however, because the solar system is in constant motion these distances change daily.

6. Uranus rotates in the opposite direction that the Earth turns, and is one of just two planets to do so. Venus is the other. It takes 17 hours and 14 minutes for the planet to complete around, which means that one day is about 7 hours less than the Earth on this planet.

7. On the other hand, the planet takes 84 years to complete its orbit around the Sun. Creating a year on Uranus is equivalent to 84 Earth years!

8. Uranus has an axial inclination of 98 degrees. In other words, it is basically rotating on its side.

9. Scientists have determined that some sections of the planet receive direct sunlight for 42 years, followed by darkness over the same period.

10. The planet's strange inclination has been blamed on a collision between Uranus and another planet - the size of Earth. This happened long ago.

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11. The fact that Uranus cannot be seen with the naked eye

12. That is why it was only discovered in 1781. William Herschel thought it was a comet before he realized it to be a planet.

13. This is the first planet to be discovered by telescope.

14. The explorer Herschel sought to call it 'Georgian Sidus' in honor of King George III. But nobody liked the name. Eventually, Uranus was proposed and accepted.

15. Uranus' moons were named after characters that Alexander Pope and Shakespeare created.

16. In 1986, Vyjar 2 came under the 81,000 km radius of Uranus. This is the closest person Uranus has ever visited.

17. With extreme temperatures and pressures on Uranus, it is thought that conditions are not favorable enough to support life.

Interesting Facts About Planets

1. The Pluto home was discovered in 1930 by Clyde Tombow.

2. The signs of Pluto's existence were first discovered by an American astronomer, Percival Lovell. He noticed that Uranus and Neptune have strange orbital aberrations, suggesting directly that there was something beyond Neptune that was amplifying a gravitational tug.

3. Lowell predicted the location of this unknown object in 1915 but died before he could locate the object.

4. After 15 years the object was finally discovered by Clyde Tombo using predictions made by Lowell and some other astronomers. He discovered this celestial body from the Lowell Observatory.

5. Pluto was not any astronomer or scientific community that named this celestial body, rather it was Bernie, an 11-year-old girl who suggested the name. Bernie suggests to his grandfather that the body should derive its name from the Roman god of the underworld and name it Hades. Pluto is actually another name for Hades.

6. Rny's grandfather messaged the Lowell Observatory and the object was named Pluto. Interestingly, the name Pluto also includes the early names of Perivale Lovell.

7. According to scientist Pluto is not sure about the size because its distance from Earth is too much. Scientists estimate that it is 2/3 the width of the Earth's Moon or less than 1 / 5th of the Earth's diameter.

8. Scientists speculate that the origin of Pluto is rocky and its mantle is made of water ice. According to scientists, the surface of Pluto can be coated with nitrogen frost and methane ice.

9. The Hubble Space Telescope found that complex organic molecules may exist on Pluto's crust. Scientists also speculate that under the icy crust, frozen methane and nitrogen may also be present.

10. Pluto's orbit is not circular at all. This is crazy. This simply means that the object's orbit often moves inside Neptune's orbit and its distance from the Sun varies greatly from time to time.

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11. You will be surprised to know that 1 year of the planet Pluto (the period of the Sun's orbit) is equal to 246.04 years of the Earth.

12. Pluto is located at a distance of 587 crore 40 million kilometers from the Sun.

13. Pluto has a diameter of 2372 kilometers which is a very large area by itself.

14. Pluto has a mass of 13050 billion kg.

15. You will know that currently Pluto has been removed from the class of planets by the International Astronomy Organization (IAU) on 24 August 2006 and has been given the status of "dwarf planet".

16. One-third of Pluto is water. This water is in the form of ice which is 3 times more than all the Earth's oceans, the remaining two-thirds are rocky. The surface of Pluto is covered with snow, with many mountain ranges and dark dark pits.

17. It takes about five hours for sunlight to reach Pluto. While it takes eight minutes to reach the earth.

18. Actually, orbit of pluto is such that it can go farthest from the sun and can come close to it.

19. The sky appears so dark from Pluto that you can see the stars from here on.

20. The average distance Pluto maintains from the Sun is 5,906,380,000 km or 3,670,050,000 miles, which is 39.482 times the Earth's average distance from the Sun.

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