• Cosmos

    Planets | Overview, Names, Types

    Fig: Planets Overview: Planets is a solid spherical body which revolves around the stars, it can be one star or two or more than two because of gravitational force. Planet can be in any formed hard Rock, Gas(cloud) and Liquid. Planet can have its own environment or atmosphere which has weathering formation according to heat and pressure. The most commonly known planets are the eight that make up our solar system: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Earth, Venus, Mars, and Mercury. However, there are many more planets that exist outside of our solar system. The IAU has classified the Planets on the Basis of compositions they are made from. Some of…

  • Mars mission we have done so far
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    Mars Missions we have done so far from 1965

    Mars – The 4th Planet of Solar System Mars is a terrestrial planet with a thin atmosphere of CO2-95%, having surface features reminiscent both of the impact craters like Moon and the valleys, deserts, and polar ice caps of Earth. Both planets (Mars and Earth) present strong evidence of having undergone climate change in the past. In Mars’ case, this evidence points towards it once having a viable atmosphere and liquid water on its surface. There are various mars missions we have done so far. Differences between Mars and Earth For instance, atmospheric pressure on Mars is a tiny fraction of what it is here on Earth – averaging 7.5…

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    Overview on Milky way, Andromeda and IC-1101 Galaxy

    Overview on milky way There are billions of galaxies in our universe with different shape and sizes such as milky way etc. Every galaxies has more than 200-400 Billion stars, planets and all, some are 10x times larger our planet and even our Sun. We will read about some Star, Planet of our Galaxy and in Our Solar System. Milky way Fig: Milky Way galaxy Our galaxy is spiral kind of galaxy, and there are other different kind of galaxy based on their look and rotational type like elliptical, spiral, irregular. Every galaxy has a massive black-hole in their center which hold the star and planets through gravitational force. Our…

  • What are Satellites | Be Curious

    What are Satellites?

    What are Satellites? Satellites are revolving bodies which revolve around the orbit of a body. As we all know there are two types of satellites in human history i.e. Natural Satellite and Artificial satellite (human made). In Natural satellite, objects like Moon, asteroids, small dwarf stone etc. comes which rotates around the planet. Anything man-made which rotates around the planet for certain time period is called artificial Satellite. According to NASA “a satellite is an object that moves around a larger object. We can say, Earth is a satellite because it moves around the sun. The moon is also a satellite because it moves around Earth. Earth and the moon…

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    Interesting and Educational Facts About Saturn and Uranus – Planets of Solar System

    Saturn : [saˈtʊr.nʊs] According to the Myth – Saturn is a god in ancient Roman religion, and a character in myth as a god of generation, dissolution, plenty, wealth, agriculture, periodic renewal and liberation. Saturn the planet and Saturday are both named after the god. As early as Livius Andronicus (3rd century BC), Jupiter was called the son of Saturn. Saturn had two mistresses who represented different aspects of the god. The name of his wife, Ops, the Roman equivalent of Greek Rhea, means “wealth, abundance, resources.” The association with Ops is considered a later development, however, as this goddess was originally paired with Consus. Earlier was Saturn’s association with…

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    Information of Solar System Planets : Mars, Asteroid Belts, Jupiter

    Fig: Planets Information on Planets: Fig: Red Planet Mars: It is the fourth planet from the Sun and the seventh largest in the solar system. Above all, Mars (Greek Mythology: Ares) is the god of War and also known as RED Planet because of Red colour in Nature. The Roman god Mars was a god of agriculture before becoming associated with the Greek Ares; those in favor of colonizing and terraforming Mars may prefer this symbolism. The name of the month March derives from Mars. As MARS can be seen from earth with naked eyes, so it is known from Ancient time. Later period it is observed by telescope of Galileo…

  • An overview about Solar System
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    An overview about Solar System

    An Overview Of Solar System A solar system is star system which contains all planet, asteroids, moons or small debris and comets. They all revolve around particular star in an elliptical pattern. Maximum every star has its own solar system and there are millions of billions of stars in our milky way galaxy and other galaxy which has solar system. Its not about one star, some solar system has two or three stars in solar system and because of that there is never night on their planet. About 4.5-billion-year-old is our solar system when every thing was gas and cloud around our Sun. At the center, gravity pulled more and…

  • Gain knowledge about galaxies | becurious.co.in

    Information about different Galaxies of universe

    As we have already discusses about the universe in our previous blog. If you haven’t read about it then you can click on below link to read that blog. We are now going to talk about the galaxy in this blog. Galaxy is nothing but the group of the stars, planets, gases, matter or anti matter etc. which are bounded by the powerful and dominating fundamental force i.e. Gravitational force. The total number of galaxies present in the universe……. Talking about the above line, we can say that the universe is very vast and there may be millions of trillions galaxies present in it. In the observable universe there are…

  • Are radiations from Space harmful | becurious.co.in

    Are radiations from space are harmful or not

    Radiations from outer space and the radiations present in our atmosphere There are a numerous of radiations present in our universe which can be useful for us in a certain amount and there are many radiations also which can cause hazardous effects to our body and also the surroundings also. Let’s talk about some of the radiations known to us 1.      Ultra violet radiation 2.      Alpha radiation 3.      Gamma radiation 4.      Beta radiation 5.      X-Ray 6.      Neutron radiation etc. That’s are the known radiations to us. Now talking about these radiations in brief. Ultra Violet Radiation These are the very powerful radiations which can be useful in a low amount…

  • Universe | Be Curious- Depth of Knowledge

    Basic information about universe

    Universe is nothing but a combination of various elements such as planets, stars and galaxies. So it is can be called that a universe is a combination of energy and matter. Universe is a very vast thing and its size cannot be defined  but we have observed about 47 billion light years approx. equal to 4.40 X 10^26 meters from the earth. Universe is full of surprises and amazing things which we are trying to find out. The earliest scientific models of the Universe, prepared by ancient Greek and Indian philosophers, were geocentric meaning that the Earth was placed at the center of the Universe. Later on, with the advancement…