Saturn facts

Facts about Saturn

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. Because of these factors, Saturn […]

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 […]

Pluto facts

Facts about Pluto

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 was […]

uranium facts

Facts About Uranium

On August 6, 1945, a 10 feet long (3 meters)  bomb fell from sky to the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Less than a minute later everything in the radius of a mile from the explosion of the bomb has been obliterated.   A huge firestorm quickly destroyed further miles, killing tens of thousands of people. […]

Methane uses

 Methane uses in Industrial and home

Methane gas comes from the fermentation of organic matter and can also come from the distillation of coal and natural gas. The heat and pressure of the planet affect the biomass of dead plants, so its energy-rich carbon particles become materials from which methane can be released.     Methane is the main component of […]

Jupiter facts

Facts about Jupiter

Named after the Roman king of the gods, Jupiter fits his name. With a mass of 1.90 x 1027 kg and an average diameter of 139 822 km, Jupiter is easily the largest and most massive planet in the solar system. To look at it in perspective, it would take 11 Earths side by side […]

what is h2s

what is h2s

Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a gas commonly found during drilling and production of crude oil and natural gas, as well as in sewage treatment plants, public utilities, and sewers. Colorless, flammable, poisonous and corrosive, H2S gas is perceptible by the foul odor of the egg.   With toxicity similar to carbon monoxide that prevents cellular […]

how to remember the planets in order

How to remember the planets in order

The planetary mnemonic refers to the phrase used to remember planets and dwarf planets of the Solar System, with the order of words corresponding to the growing periodic bodies of celestial bodies.   One simple visual mnemonic consists of holding both hands next to each other with spread fingers and thumbs in the same direction, […]

helium uses

Helium uses & Element information

Helium is one of the most common and lightest elements in the universe. It is called a noble gas because it does not chemically interact with the elements, and in the natural state, helium has no smell, taste or color. Did you know that the boiling point of helium is closer to the absolute zero […]

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 […]