The mystery of the solar system (Figure)

The universe is the sum of all space and time. The solar system is only a small part of the vast universe. The solar system is centered on the sun, and all the celestial bodies that are constrained by the gravitational pull of the sun. We have a space-time continuous system, including all matter, energy and events in between. The overall interpretation of this system constitutes the cosmology that physicists say. The solar system was formed with the sun 4.6 billion years ago.

The mystery of the solar system (figure)

1. The arrangement of the eight planets and the sun in the solar system. From left to right are Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. The five dwarf planets are: Ceres, Pluto, Haumea, Birds, Emeralds

The mystery of the solar system (picture)

The sun photos taken by the US Sky Lab in 2.1973, there is a rare picture Great day bait.

The mystery of the solar system (figure)

3. The picture shows the Beili beads produced by the refraction of the lunar surface. The total solar eclipse that occurred in 1994 was taken in Chile.

The mystery of the solar system (figure)

4. Mercury: Close-up Mercury Image sent back by US Mariner 10

The mystery of the solar system (figure)

5. Venus: This is NASA Mariner No. 10 1974 The photograph of Venus in the year shows that Venus is surrounded by thick clouds.

The mystery of the solar system (figure)

6. Earth (our home): This planet with a vast sky and a blue ocean always gives a solid feeling.

The mystery of the solar system (figure)

7. This is a photo of the Earth and the Moon taken in 1992. On the way to Jupiter by the Galileo probe.

Solar System The mystery (figure)

8. Mars: Mars is the neighbor of the earth. They all have satellites, moving dunes, dust storms rising from the wind, and white ice caps at both the north and south poles. It has many of the same characteristics as the Earth.

The mystery of the solar system (figure)

9. The view of the surface of Mars. This was taken by the Pathfinder detector landing on the surface of Mars. In the distance, the Martian peak named “Shuangzifeng” can be seen.

10. Jupiter: Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. It is more than a thousand times larger than the Earth, and its mass exceeds the sum of the masses of the other eight planets in the solar system.

The mystery of the solar system (figure)

11. Saturn: It is the second largest planet in the solar system. It is very similar to the neighboring Jupiter, the surface is also the ocean of liquid hydrogen and helium, and the upper part is also covered with thick clouds.

The mystery of the solar system (figure)

12. Uranus: The seventh planet from the Sun, Uranus is the third largest planet in the solar system.

The mystery of the solar system (picture)

13. Neptune: Neptune is one of the eight planets of the solar system .