Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system. The temperature on its surface is 450°C (842 F).
If two pieces of the same type of metal touch in space, they stick together!
One day on Venus is longer than one year on Earth.
The Earth is tiny compared to the Sun, which is 300,000 times larger.
There are countless stars in known Space.
The position of the Pole Star will change over time.
Some parents say to their children: “You are the light of my life.” But did you know that if you were light, you would fly around the entire globe 7.5 times per second?
Nothing can erase the traces and footprints 👣 of astronauts 👨🚀 who have stepped onto the Moon’s 🌒 surface since there is no atmosphere or water 💦 !! The traces will probably remain here for another hundred million years!
Your weight on Mars can be half as much! The force of gravity changes the weight of a person on different planets. For example, yes, the gravity on Mars is lower than on Earth, so an adult weighing 80 kg (176 pounds) would weigh around 31 kg (69 pounds) on Mars.
Space in Numbers
The age of the universe is estimated to be around 13.8 billion years.
Stars can make up to 60 revolutions per second after birth.
The temperature at the center of the Sun is about 15 million degrees Celsius (27 million degrees Fahrenheit).
Fun Facts about the Earth
The Earth is home to an estimated 8.7 million species, although many more are yet to be discovered.