Interesting facts about space
Every year, the Moon moves away from the Earth for a distance of about 4 centimeters. This occurs as a result of slowing down the Earth's rotation period by 2 milliseconds daily.
The stars scattered throughout the universe are much larger than the grains of sand on all the beaches of the Earth.
Sulfur is found in the center of our galaxy in clusters of interstellar gas.
The Big Dipper is not really a constellation - it's asterism. So called star clusters located very far from each other, in different galaxies. The Earth is in a special position relative to this asterism, so it seems to us that the stars lie in one plane.
The object weight, which on the Earth is 100 kilograms, on Mars will weigh only 38 kg.
If you could immerse the planet Saturn in water, then it would float like a ball. The density of matter of the constituent Saturn is almost half the density of water, although for verification it will take a capacity of more than 60,000 kilometers in diameter.
Only once, as a result of the fall of the meteorite, did the living creature die. It happened in 1911 in Egypt, so the dog was killed.
The first planet discovered through the telescope is Uranus.
In a telescope on the California Mount Palomar, you can see objects that are located at a distance of 7 038 835 200 000 000 000 000 miles.
On Jupiter, the state of the atmosphere does not change for hundreds of years, unlike the Earth, where the weather can change several times a day.