RAVIRANJAN SHARMA

RAVIRANJAN SHARMA

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Voyager 1, which has been travelling at the rate of 10km/sec to the outer limits of the solar system since 1977, is now detecting the first traces of 'interstellar winds' (colder and slower than solar winds) - the signs it is finally reaching the edges of solar system. It is now 17,970,000,000km - or 11,100,000,000miles away. by Eddie Wrenn, dailymail.co.uk  #Space #Voyager_1 #Solar_System #Eddie_Wrenn #dailymail_co_uk

Voyager 1, which has been travelling at the rate of 10km/sec to the outer limits of the solar system since 1977, is now detecting the first traces of 'interstellar winds' (colder and slower than solar winds) - the signs it is finally reaching the edges of solar system. It is now 17,970,000,000km - or 11,100,000,000miles away. by Eddie Wrenn, dailymail.co.uk #Space #Voyager_1 #Solar_System #Eddie_Wrenn #dailymail_co_uk

the pale blue dot / earth as seen from voyager 1 while on the edge of our solar system

the pale blue dot / earth as seen from voyager 1 while on the edge of our solar system

the pale blue dot / earth as seen from voyager 1 while on the edge of our solar system

the pale blue dot / earth as seen from voyager 1 while on the edge of our solar system

The Hoba meteorite is the largest known meteorite on Earth. It’s the single largest piece of naturally occurring iron weighing in at around 60 tons. In terms of actual size it measures 8 feet 9 inches by 3 feet.  80,000 years ago in modern day Namibia and was only discovered in 1920.

The Hoba meteorite is the largest known meteorite on Earth. It’s the single largest piece of naturally occurring iron weighing in at around 60 tons. In terms of actual size it measures 8 feet 9 inches by 3 feet. 80,000 years ago in modern day Namibia and was only discovered in 1920.