The largest number of stars known to man is 1,700 times larger than the sun!
And in almost 4.5 billion years, the The Milky Way is expected to collide the Andromeda galaxy, our closest galactic neighbor, to form a giant elliptical galaxy.
And our great red neighbor, Jupiter, twice as big like all the other planets in our solar system combined!
There is a planet in our galaxy where the temperature of the sun one day can reach over 1,000 degrees celsius and it is possible rained down the melted glass lying down at about 4,500 mph!
Scientists believe they found a same universe in a vanity measuring a billion lights years ahead.
That’s why we know that light takes a long time to travel in space, right? Well, there really is some parts of the universe that we cannot see for the light from there has not yet reached us.
However, soon the James Webb Space Telescope allow us to explore galaxies that formed at the very beginning of the universe, and see the stars that formed planetary systems.
Did you know there is an estimate 500,000 pieces of waste in space floating above the Earth and moving around at speeds of up to 17,500 mph?
But here’s the thing, there’s such a thing strange as The Kessler Effect, where a destructive event in Earth’s lower orbit could cause all the satellites to break into smaller and smaller pieces until the planet is surrounded by a thick cloud of shrapnel.
And later on, it’s not a fact, but have you considered the possibility that we’ve already sent a message to a race of foreigners in the first place and it’s going to them as well?
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