Our solar system is not only amazing but also mysterious. The objects circling sun have specified and defined ways and orbits and not even for once the balance is disturbed in the solar system. If this balance ever disturbed for any reason, we will be no more and this solar system will be destroyed. It is said that the planets moving around the sun were parts of sun before their birth, than during big bang, the universe was created and so was our solar system created. There are not only planets moving around sun but also some small rocky objects and gases are present in between some planets.
In the solar system, the only planet with plenty of water is earth. But according to the research it is shown that mars also had water once, because of its oxygen rich environment.
2. Jupiter’s Red Spot
On planet Jupiter, a great red spot is seen from last 300 years. This red spot is actually the storm and it disappears or dims for sometimes and then appears again.
3. The Hexagon Ring
Saturn is famous for the rings that circle it but it has another strange and unique thing circling it. This is a hexagonal ring of gases that circles the north pole of Saturn. Astronomers say that this ring has been formed due to its position and the atmosphere of the Saturn since this ring goes 60 km into the atmosphere of Saturn.
4. Dust Storms
The unique feature of mars is the dust storms that are huge and biggest in the solar system and last for months. One reason presented to explain these dust storms is that the hot wind enters the cold regions creating the winds lifting dust from the surface.
5. Saturn Rings
Saturn is most famous for its rings. One ring that is discovered in 2009 is so thin and invisible but its diameter is 200 times that of Saturn’s diameter. And billions of earths can fit into this giant ring.
6. The Fastest Winds
Neptune is known for the fastest winds on its surface at the speed of 1500 mph. the reason for these winds to be so fast is still unknown because this planet is the farthest and the coolest, and does not have much internal heat so the mystery of the speedy winds is yet to be discovered.
7. The Titled Planet
Uranus is the most tilted planet in our solar system. it is said that this tilt was formed due to its collision with an earth sized object during its birth.
Mars is called red planet. It has both the highest and the lowest places of our solar system. Olympus Mons is the highest peak, 3 times bigger than Mount Everest and valles marinaris is the lowest place.
Venus is the second closest planet to the sun but it’s dense and its toxic and dense atmosphere captures heat from sun just as the green house effect. The temperature reaches to 265 degree Celsius.
Mercury is the nearest planet to the sun and it’s the hottest too. The temperature could reach here to 1100 degree F which is the hottest.