A look on other space planets from another planet.

Space Trivia Fun Facts

Do you want to uncover the secrets of space? Do you know that the universe keeps expanding every day?

If yes, then you probably didn’t know that we earthlings were created because some planets have a ridiculous number of moons. Jump right into this section to discover more fun facts about space.

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Mars is slower and more distant from the Sun. Thus, a full circuit takes 687 Earth days (which is one Mars year). The tallest mountain in the solar system is located on mars.
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It takes Venus longer to turn once on its axis than to complete one orbit (cycle) of the Sun. Meaning, A day on Venus is longer than one year on earth.
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Mercury is the nearest planet to the Sun, and the most cratered planet in the solar system. It's also the smallest planet in our solar system. Mercury has an orbital period around the Sun of 88 days.
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Asteroids are pieces of rock and debris believed to be from long, destroyed planets.
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A light-year is a unit of distance the light travels in one human year. The calculation as following: Multiply the number of seconds in one year by the distance that light travels in one second (186,282 miles or 299,792 km). The result: one light-year, which is about 5.88 trillion miles (9.5 trillion km).
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Pluto has way more frozen water than scientists initially thought. It was discovered on February 18th, 1930.
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Neptune has the coldest overall average temperature, and Uranus has the coldest temperature ever recorded. Pluto is categorized as a dwarf planet and not a regular planet since it is much smaller, but Pluto was the planet furthest away from the Sun and also the coldest.
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A satellite is every star or other object that orbits around a larger object. Jupiter is so massive that it has 79 moons.
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The Sun, like other stars, is a ball of gas. It is made of 91.0% hydrogen and 8.9% helium. The Sun's core is about 2500 times hotter than its surface. The Sun's temperature is 9,941°F, which is equal to 5,505 °C.
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A total of 566 people from 41 countries have gone into space. 12 of them walked on the moon. BTW - a full NASA space suit costs $12,000,000.

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