… and some more space facts that are out of this world

Please don’t judge me too harshly for the title of this post. I do enjoy a solid pun here and there, and when the opportunity presents itself, you can bet your sweetcheeks I’m gonna run with it. There aren’t that many space puns available for daily use, if you know what I mean, so the pun title is here to stay.

In accordance with yesterday’s post, here is a continuation of some neat space facts for all of you to read and enjoy. This information, again, comes from thefactsite.com.

  • “The Sun makes a full rotation once every 25 – 35 days.
  • Earth is the only planet not named after a God.
  • Due to the Sun and Moon’s gravitational pull, we have tides.
  • Pluto is smaller than the United States.
  • According to mathematics, white holes are possible, although as of yet we have found none.
  • There are more volcanoes on Venus than any other planet in our solar system.
  • Uranus’ blue glow is due to the gases in its atmosphere.
  • In our solar system that are 4 planets known as gas giants: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus & Neptune.
  • Uranus has 27 moons that have been discovered so far.
  • Because of its unique tilt, a season on Uranus is equivalent to 21 Earth years.
  • Neptune’s moon, Triton, orbits the planet backwards.
  • Triton is gradually getting closer to the planet it orbits.
  • There are more stars in space than there are grains of sand in the world.
  • Neptune takes nearly 165 Earth years to make one orbit of the Sun.
  • Pluto’s largest moon, Charon, is half the size of Pluto.
  • The International Space Station is the largest manned object ever sent into space.
  • A day on Pluto lasts for 153.6 hours.
  • Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system.
  • Any free-moving liquid in outer space will form itself into a sphere,” the web page explains.

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