Black Hole Facts

Black Hole Facts & Bright Light over Binary Black Holes

Black holes are some of the unusual and most interesting objects in outer space. They are extremely dense, with a gravitational attraction so strong that even light cannot escape its reach if it gets close enough.   Albert Einstein first forecasts the existent of black holes in 1916, with his general theory of relativity. The […]

facts about comets

Facts about Comets & Famous Comets

Comets, such as asteroids, are small celestial bodies that orbit the Sun. However, unlike asteroids, comets are mainly composed of frozen ammonia, methane or water, and contain only small amounts of rocky material. As a conclusion of this composition, comets have been given the short name of dirty snowballs. Read below Facts about Comets   […]

asteroids facts

Asteroids Facts, Impacts on Earth and Popular Asteroids

In 1801, Giuseppe Piazzi was discovered a new planet. He called the new object Ceres, in honor of the Roman goddess of the harvest. Similar objects were found shortly after the discovery of Ceres. He soon realized that these new objects were not, in fact, planets, but some other type of celestial body.   A characteristic […]

volcano facts

Astonshing Facts about Volcano you Never Know

A volcano is a crack in the earth’s across lava and gases escape. Volcanic eruptions are partly driven by the pressure of dissolved gas, in the same way, that the escaping gases force the cork out of a bottle of champagne. Read below 16 volcano facts.   Under a volcano, liquid magma containing dissolved gases […]

Ceres facts

Ceres Facts and Mysterious of Amazing Bright Spots

1. This was the first asteroid to discoveries was first noticed on January 1, 1801, by the Sicilian astronomer Giuseppe Piazzi. The asteroid was found after Piazzi had carried out a mathematical prophecy (later determined to be false) that there should be a planet between Mars and Jupiter.   Initially, Ceres was called the planet, but […]

Uranus facts

Uranus Facts | Major facts about Uranus and their Orbit,Atmosphere

Uranus, named after the father of the Roman god Saturn, is the seventh planet in the solar system and the third of gas giants. It is the third-largest planet with a diameter and at the same time the fourth most massive planet.     URANUS FACTS 1 William Herschel discovered Uranus in 1781. The planet […]

Jupiter facts

15 Astounshing Facts about Jupiter and thier Atmosphere

 Jupiter is a massive planet in the solar system. To look at it in perspective, it would take 11 Earths side by side to extend from one side of Jupiter to the other, and it would take 317 Earths equal to the mass of Jupiter. Read more about Jupiter facts.      JUPITER FACTS 1 […]

mercury facts

15 Major Amazing Facts about Mercury

Mercury is the closest planet in the Sun and is also the smallest of the eight planets in our Solar System. It is gravitationally blocked and this rotation is unique to the solar system.     MERCURY FACTS 1 Mercury has been known to humanity since ancient times, and although its date of discovery is […]

venus facts

12 Major Facts about Venus and their Surface with Images

Venus is the second planet from the Sun and the third brightest object in the sky of the Earth after the Sun and the Moon. Sometimes it’s called a sister planet on Earth because their size and mass are so similar.   Venus is also the closest planet on Earth. The surface of Venus is […]

Saturn facts

Stunning facts about Saturn and their Atmosphere

Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second-largest planet in the Solar System in terms of diameter and mass. If you compare, it’s easy to understand why Saturn and Jupiter were designated as relatives.   From atmospheric composition to the rotation, these two planets are very similar. The Saturn was named after […]

Neptune facts

Major Facts about Neptune and their Atmosphere

Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun and the last known planet. Although it is the third-largest planet in terms of mass, it is only the fourth largest. Due to the blue coloring, Neptun was named in honor of the Roman god of the sea. Read more about Neptune facts.     NEPTUNE FACTS […]

Pluto facts

Major Facts about Pluto and thier History

The name Pluto comes from the Greek god of the underworld. It is the later name of the more well-known Hades and was proposed by Venetia Burney, an eleven-year-old student from Oxford, England. Read more about Pluto facts.     Pluto facts In 2006, Pluto was reclassified from the planet to the dwarf planet. It […]