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Did you know facts about the Milky Way?

10 Facts about the Milky Way It's warped. It has an invisible halo. It has over 200 billion stars. It's really dusty and gassy. It was made from other galaxies. We can't take pictures of it. There is a black hole at the center. It's almost as old as the Universe itself.

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Did you know facts about stars?

What happened to Galileo's discoveries after he died? The rotation of planets and the views of the solar system can now be observed. During the Renaissance, what contributions didNewton make to scientific knowledge?

It is estimated to be 625 million years old.

How long would it take a rocket to travel 1 light year?

One light-year is miles. (That's 5,878,499,810,000 miles, or nearly 6 trillion miles). So, it would take New Horizons 18,449 years to travel one light year. How many stars are in 3000 light-years? The following summarizes the numbers out to 5,000 light-years: Between 3000 and 3500 ly = 2,859 stars. 3500-4000 ly = 628 stars. 4000-4500 ly = 410 stars.

What's the farthest star from Earth?

Icarus Icarus, whose official name is MACS J1149+2223 Lensed Star 1, is the farthest individual star ever seen. It is only visible because it is being magnified by the gravity of a massive galaxy cluster, located about 5 billion light-years from Earth. What is a light-year in physics class 11? Light year is the unit of distance. When light travels for one year then it is called a light year. Light travels at a speed of 3, 00,000 km per second. So 10 trillion km is the distance covered by light in one year. Light year is a unit of distance not time.

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The astronauts were trained to walk sideways. The lunar landing training vehicle is in Houston. The astronauts were suspended sideways by straps and walked along a tilted wall.

Then, what is meant by 1 parsec?

It represents the distance at which the radius of Earth's orbit subtends an angle of one second of arc. Thus, a star at a distance of one parsec would have a parallax of one second, and the distance of an object in parsecs is the reciprocal of its parallax in seconds of arc.

By Brittni Fullard

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