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The largest star in human history is 1,700 times greater than the sun!


If you place your finger on a star-shaped sky, you are preventing images that have passed from Earth for countless millions of years without being tampered with.

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Pictures are very important. It is formed in the center of the stars and travels for millions of years before reaching the earth. When you close a star in the sky with your finger, you are preventing a million-year-old photon from entering your eye.


Do you know the coldest place in the universe? What about the hottest ones? Well, they are all here on earth!

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Yes, he was. The lowest temperature recorded in the universe was created here in the lab on Earth (-273 degrees celsius, or zero zero), and the Large Hadron Collider has also been able to produce the highest temperatures since the universe began with the Big Bang (5.5 trillion kelvin trillion).


And in about 4.5 billion years, the Milky Way is expected to collide with the Andromeda galaxy, its closest neighbor, to form the largest galaxy.

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And its giant red counterpart, Jupiter, is twice as large as any other planet orbiting our sun!

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Only one part of the earth – the 150-year-old hurricane, called the “Great Red Spot” – is twice the size of Earth!


There is a planet in our galaxy in which daytime temperatures can reach over 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit[1,000 ° C]and fall off about 4,500 mph!

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The planet, HD 189733b, was captured using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope and is a cobalt blue.


Scientists think that they have discovered a unique universe within a billion years.

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It is a myth, but nonsense – which does not matter at all – can be evidence of diversity. Found in 2007, is 40 times larger than the largest document ever recorded.


That’s why we know that light takes a long time to travel in space, doesn’t it? Of course, there are other natural areas that we cannot see because the light is not yet here.

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The universe is so large that light from these galaxies, formed during the BIG BANG era, has not yet reached us!


Although, recently James Webb Space Telescope will allow us to study the galaxies that were formed earlier in the universe, and to see the stars forming planets.

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Did you know that there are about 500,000 trash floating on the surface of the Earth and traveling at speeds of up to 17,500 mph?

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Space debris is anything we have left regardless of floating in space – rockets, dead satellites, what do you have.

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They are large satellites that have survived a fire-retardant fire and, frankly, often land at sea (ugh) or in remote areas. There is a whole team of researchers who are committed to tracking space debris and monitoring its potential collision with Earth – as we know, no one has died of an old satellite hit!


But here’s another thing, there’s a phenomenon like the Kessler Effect, in which one catastrophic crash in the Earth’s crust would cause all satellites to split into tiny pieces until the earth is surrounded by a huge mud cloud.

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This would make it impossible for him to leave the Earth.


There is a deep black hole that travels through the air around one million miles an hour.

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Normally, each galaxy has a black hole, but this one has been removed from the home galaxy, 3C 186. This is probably the result of two colliding galaxies, which may have connected all the black holes. Astronomers predict that in 20 million years, it will emerge from its galaxy and travel through space forever.

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The study was re-launched in 1977 to study Jupiter and Saturn and is now on its second expedition outside the sun. Now it will travel through the middle of the sky forever. The earth will be destroyed by the sun for billions of years, while Voyager 1 may still be moving through space.

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Venus today is a living hell. It is high in carbon dioxide and has no water vapor; the temperature rises to 462 degrees Celsius! But periodic examples suggest that the ancient Venus may have had oceans and a dry surface like ours. Various factors – including the amount of water on the surface, as well as the idea that clouds can protect Venus from sunlight – suggest that the planet may already have existed.

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This is known as “cold welding”, and it happens because the atoms of both layers are unaware that they are different metals, so they bond. This does not happen on Earth because there is always air or water to separate the pieces.

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These intricate planets do not revolve around stars, so they are hard to see – especially if we do not know if they are nearby. Statistically, however, it is not close enough that it can worry us and we are a very small target given the size of the sun.

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According to Neil deGrasse Tyson, Dark Matter is the longest unadulterated mystery in modern astrophysics. Yes, they may not be necessary at all! In fact, the amount of gravitational force in nature is not exactly the same as its magnitude – planets, stars, galaxies, comets, black holes, and dark clouds. That is why scientists say that there is an immaterial or “dark” universe, which is the source of all gravity.

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This idea is based on a complex concept called potential damage – especially the natural self-destruction button! It’s just a hypothesis right now, but it just depends on whether the environment is true or false – the real wipe is not permanent, but a false vaccine is not. If mutations can allow a false vaccine to release its effects, it can produce real waxes that will increase light exposure and remove any contaminants. Destruction can be temporary and based on what happened in nature, we may not be able to see it coming. Remember, this is just a myth!


In the end, this is not true, but have you considered the possibility that we have already sent a message to distant lands and are still going to them?

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The space is huge, we are convinced that it is now, and there is every chance we have already sent a message in the air thousands of years ago and we have forgotten about it (consider how teams change over time). We can still wait for the message to come, OR wait for a response to get back to us. That way, we’ll just keep showing ourselves over and over to anyone who might be out there …

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