Solar System Facts – 120 Interesting Facts About the Solar System
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Solar System Facts for Kids
100kg person on earth will weigh 38kg on Mars because of its low gravity on surface levels.
It is believed that Jupiter has 67 moons but only 53 of them are named.
A single Martian day is 24 hours 39 minutes and 35 seconds.
A recent study declared that there is a significant amount of water present in moon and it is proved by NASA’s Crater Observation and sensing satellite (LCROSS).
The sun takes 25 to 35 days to complete one single rotation.
The cause of high and low tides on earth is because of the sun’s and moon’s gravity.
The moon’s age is 4.5 billion years old.
Venus has the highest number of volcanoes present, than any other planet in the solar system with 1600.
The blue glow of the Uranus is because of the methane present in the atmosphere that emits out all the red light.
The chemicals detected on Saturn’s moon Titan, suggest the presence of organic life.