- 1 What is Windows to the universe?
- 2 Is the universe a sun?
- 3 What is the universe view?
- 4 Is the universe in order?
- 5 What color is the sun?
- 6 What is outside the universe?
- 7 Why is Venus called Earth’s sister?
- 8 Who is the creator of the universe?
- 9 Can we see the whole universe?
- 10 How many planets are in the universe?
- 11 What was the first thing in the universe?
- 12 What is the hottest planet?
- 13 What are the 12 planets in order from the sun?
What is Windows to the universe?
The Windows to the Universe website is a richly interlinked ecosystem for learning about the Earth and Space sciences for use by the general public, students, and teachers. Students and teachers may find the site especially helpful in their studying (and teaching!) Earth and Space sciences.
Is the universe a sun?
Our Solar System consists of our star, the Sun, and its orbiting planets (including Earth), along with numerous moons, asteroids, comet material, rocks, and dust. Our Sun is just one star among the hundreds of billions of stars in our Milky Way Galaxy. The universe is all of the galaxies – billions of them!
What is the universe view?
ViewSpace is a free, web-based collection of digital interactives and videos highlighting the latest developments in astronomy and Earth science. ViewSpace gives you the opportunity to explore our planet, solar system, galaxy, and universe.
Is the universe in order?
The order of the universe is the complex of relationships joining them to one another and to God. The order of the universe can be considered from several points of view: scientific, purely philosophical, or theological.
What color is the sun?
The color of the sun is white. The sun emits all colors of the rainbow more or less evenly and in physics, we call this combination “white”. That is why we can see so many different colors in the natural world under the illumination of sunlight.
What is outside the universe?
The universe, being all there is, is infinitely big and has no edge, so there’s no outside to even talk about. The current width of the observable universe is about 90 billion light-years. And presumably, beyond that boundary, there’s a bunch of other random stars and galaxies.
Why is Venus called Earth’s sister?
Venus and Earth are often called twins because they are similar in size, mass, density, composition and gravity. Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system. Although Venus is not the planet closest to the sun, its dense atmosphere traps heat in a runaway version of the greenhouse effect that warms Earth.
Who is the creator of the universe?
A creator deity or creator god (often called the Creator) is a deity or god responsible for the creation of the Earth, world, and universe in human religion and mythology. In monotheism, the single God is often also the creator.
Can we see the whole universe?
Why can’t we see the whole universe? We can see just about as far as nature allows us to see. Therefore light from MOST of the galaxies in the universe has not yet had time to reach us. Second, the universe has been expanding with time.
How many planets are in the universe?
For those of you who like to see gigantic numbers written out in full, around 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 planets in our observable Universe, and that’s only counting planets that are orbiting stars.
What was the first thing in the universe?
The Big Bang is thought to have kick-started the universe about 13.7 billion years ago. At first, the universe was too hot and dense for particles to be stable, but then the first quarks formed, which then grouped together to make protons and neutrons, and eventually the first atoms were created.
What is the hottest planet?
Venus is the exception, as its proximity to the Sun and dense atmosphere make it our solar system’s hottest planet. The average temperatures of planets in our solar system are: Mercury – 800°F (430°C) during the day, -290°F (-180°C) at night. Venus – 880°F (471°C)
What are the 12 planets in order from the sun?
In order of distance from the sun they are; Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Pluto, which until recently was considered to be the farthest planet, is now classified as a dwarf planet. Additional dwarf planets have been discovered farther from the Sun than Pluto.