What are the dangers of going into the solar system?
we are in the solar system...
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It's a group of planets, asteriods, meteors, moons, dwarf planets and a star. The Solar System consists of the Sun and those celestial objects bound to it by gravity: the eight planets and five dwarf planets, their 173 known moons, and billions of small bodies. The small bodies include asteroi…ds, icy kuiper belt objects, comets, meteoroids, and interplanetary dust. The charted regions of the Solar System comprise the Sun, four terrestrial inner planets, the asteroid belt, four gas giant outer planets, and finally the Kuiper belt and the scattered disc. The hypothetical Oort cloud may also exist at a distance roughly a thousand times beyond these regions. (MORE)
The solar system is a family/group of planets meteors, asteroidsand much more groups in space. They are, in order Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn,Uranus and Neptune. Pluto is no longer a planet but classified as a dwarf planet, alongwith Ceres, Haumea, Makemake and Eris.
A solar system is a collection of objects that orbit a star or group of stars. In most solar systems, a central star (or stars, like a binary pair for instance) provides the mass to keep the system in place, and also the light and heat for the smaller planets, moons, asteroids, and comets that are o…rbiting.The Sun together with the group of celestial bodies that are held by its attraction and revolve around it, or a group of celestial bodies revolving around any star. The solar system is our planets, revolving around a solar power (sun). We kind of depend on each other. The sun and everything that orbits it ( asteriods , planets , comets , etc. ) It is the biggest system which comprises of planets revolving and rotating in their orbit, where sun is at the center n other planets like Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars etc, rotates around sun in an elliptical orbit. Till date there is only one solar system known n seen, but it is estimated that there would be many such solar system in whole universe.!! (MORE)
The Solar System [a] consists of the Sun and the astronomical objects bound to it by gravity, all of which formed from the collapse of a giant molecular cloud approximately 4.6 billion years ago. Of the many objects that orbit the Sun, most of the mass is contained within eight relatively solitar…y planets [e] whose orbits are almost circular and lie within a nearly flat disc called theecliptic plane. The four smaller inner planets, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars, also called theterrestrial planets, are primarily composed of rock and metal. The four outer planets, the gas giants, are substantially more massive than the terrestrials. The two largest, Jupiter and Saturn, are composed mainly of hydrogen and helium; the two outermost planets, Uranus and Neptune, are composed largely of ices, such as water, ammonia and methane, and are often referred to separately as "ice giants". (MORE)
Small solar panels up to about 1 square foot are not dangerous butthe larger ones tend to operate at dangerous voltages when directsunlight falls on them.
No, it does not have a name. The name "solar system" is the only thing we call it. It does NOT have a specific name. But, constellations in the solar system do have specific names.. No, it does not have a name. The name "solar system" is the only thing we call it. It does NOT have a specific name. …But, constellations in the solar system do have specific names.. No, it does not have a name. The name "solar system" is the only thing we call it. It does NOT have a specific name. But, constellations in the solar system do have specific names. (MORE)
You are standing within it. Our sun's name is Sol and the system of objects with it is the solar system and it extends all the way out to the far edge of the oort cloud.
The Solar System is our Sun, the planets:Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, the stars, asteroids, comets,and meteors in our section of space.
In our solar system, there's a star in the center of the system, and planets surrounding it.
Provided you are nowhere near the focal point of the furnace then they are perfectly safe.
A curious question. Generally speaking, in and of itself, the Solar System doesn't DO anything except that it resides in a particular location in space. The Solar System is rather a place than a thing. The Solar System is a location where exists a group pf planets, (9 if you still think of Pluto… as a planet, 8 if not) planetesimals, asteroids, comets, and our local star resides. As a group of the above named items as well as all the other stuff , the Solar system has a gravitational effect in it's local, galactic neighborhood. Perhaps you could refine your question, What is it you want to know about the Solar System. (MORE)
probably in about over 5 billion years time or if the large hadron collider doesn't work
The Latin for sun is 'Sol', thus the word 'Solar' means of, pertaining to, relating or proceeding from the sun. The Latin word for sun is sol. Solar means related to the Sun. The solar system is the collection of of planets and other objects that are captured by our Sun.
our solar sytsem is on the western corner of the milky way i.e on the Orion Arm
Because we are not able to travel that sort of distance in a lifetime. The nearest solar system is Alpha Centauri and about 4.3 light years away. That means you would have to travel at the speed of light for 4years and 4months to get there from earth to alpha centaury. The speed of light is 299792.4…58 Kilometres per second we just cant make anything go that fast yet And that would have to include lost time for acceleration and deceleration and stoping when we got there. (MORE)
A solar storm can be dangerous only if it reaches Earth's surface! Ozone should protect us, but it probobly will not this time.
Usually a collection of bodies that orbit around a star. Our solar system consists of a rocky planet belt, an asteroid belt, a gas giant belt, a comet belt, and then a comet cloud, all of which fall under the influence of our star's gravity and orbit periodically.
Our solar system has the sun in the center and all the planets, asteroids, dust, gas, dark mater, anti mater, and other stuff all circling the sun!@!!
I don't think this question has a meaningful answer. The answer for all planets except Earth is "you couldn't live there because X", where what X is varies, but then again dead is dead. For all solar planets except Earth: You couldn't breathe on any of them You would roast on Mercury or Venus Yo…u would freeze on any of the others On Jupiter or Saturn, you'd freeze initially and then roast as you fell into the interior There's no real "surface" to stand on on any of the outer planets (MORE)
In solar system there are eight planets:Mercury, Venus,Earth, Mars, Jupiter,Saturn,Uranus and Neptune, three dwarf planets:Ceres, Pluto,etc., Kuiper Belt, comets,meteoroids,meteors,stars,satellites,sun,etc.
We have Solar system because we live in it.........And also it is a natural objectas it is created by God
The only thing dangerous about a solar eclipse is if you look directly at it without proper eye protection. NEVER look directly at the Sun . If you want to watch a solar eclipse, project the image on the wall, and let everyone look at the wall.
In the solar system Venus is said to be the most dangerous planet what other planets are also very dangerous?
Well all of them can be dangerous because you can't live on them without life support (air tank, protection from heat or cold, etc). Earth can be dangerous because of the people that live there.
An eclipse isn't dangerous; it is LOOKING AT THE SUN that is dangerous. You can make an eclipse viewer very simply, by following the directions at the link below.
Solar means our sun and all the 8 planets orbiting around it and other dwarf planets forms a system . that's why it is called so. Also the mass of sun is about 99.86% of the total mass of solar system . So Sun is the head of our family .
Because there comes a time when the moon blocks the sun while it is revolving around earth. this causes a solar eclipse.
All visible comets go through the solar system. . Those that return periodically have elliptical orbits with the sun as one of the foci. . Those that do not usually have hyperbolic orbits with the sun as a focus.
Yes, in theory, although currently our Solar System doesn't seem to have this tendency. If our Solar System gets near another star, it may in theory change its direction, gaining enough speed to be catapulted out of our galaxy.
No - can't even think of a reason why it would, or even could be eaten by another solar system.
There may already be one. The nearest black hole known is a few thousand light years away, but it is easier to find black hole if they are part of a close binary system. A single star converting to a black hole, or a part of a binary system where the components are not very near, would be difficult …to detect. There may already be one. The nearest black hole known is a few thousand light years away, but it is easier to find black hole if they are part of a close binary system. A single star converting to a black hole, or a part of a binary system where the components are not very near, would be difficult to detect. There may already be one. The nearest black hole known is a few thousand light years away, but it is easier to find black hole if they are part of a close binary system. A single star converting to a black hole, or a part of a binary system where the components are not very near, would be difficult to detect. There may already be one. The nearest black hole known is a few thousand light years away, but it is easier to find black hole if they are part of a close binary system. A single star converting to a black hole, or a part of a binary system where the components are not very near, would be difficult to detect. (MORE)
By the power of HYSTERIA! No, really, the solar system is in do danger from Vega.
The solar system came about from the first formation of the sun (the centre), what was left became 'planets' and asteroids. All move around the sun at different rates. Putting it simply the solar system only exist because of the sun. The members starting with Mercury (nearest to the sun), then Ven…us, Earth, after Mars lies the inner asteroids belt then Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto (note not a planet as first thought!). Note the influence of the sun extends a lot further than Pluto. This is a simplified version of a complex issue . Hope this helps (MORE)
Astronomers predict that in roughly five billion years the Sun willswell into a red giant and likely kill all life on Earth. If wemanage not to effect our own extinction before that time, likely wewill have figured out a means to avoid this event.
Pluto's 'year' ... the time it takes to complete one orbital revolution around the sun ... is 248 earth years . Since its discovery in 1930, it has completed only about 1/3 rd of one 'year'.
The solar system is about where things such as since, you could say live. There are comets there are planets and all sort of things....... for example a comet could be called a dirty snowball. No there are not such things as aliens but scientist believe than a long time ago micro animals once lived …on mars!!! (MORE)
you are just a person or a human you are very small to the solar system but each and every person is important
Country??? Anything in outer space doesn't correspond to a particular country. The Voyager probes were, of course, launched by the United States, which is the only context in which "country" could possibly have any meaning in this case. Also, "out of the solar system" is nebulous enough that it's …difficult to assign a precise date. It's not like there's a sign out there reading "Now Leaving the Solar System, Please Come Again." About the best we can do is say that on December 8, 2004 Voyager 1 passed the "termination shock" where the solar wind slows to subsonic speeds, and some time in June 2010 the outward velocity of the solar wind dropped to zero (and has consistently been zero since, so it wasn't a random fluctuation). Either of these could be taken as "leaving the Solar system". It's still, however, in the heliosheath, the outermost edges of the Sun's atmosphere and not in the interstellar medium itself, which it's predicted to enter some time between now and 2015. (MORE)
No - the farthest that any human has travelled from Earth so far was to the moon.
The radiation is dangerous. The ultraviolet can damage all parts of the eye, and the shear intensity can burn the retina. On the other hand - during a total eclipse its perfectly safe to look all you want ... the trouble comes as the eclipse ends and you don't look away fast enough. It looks a…s dim as dawn for a few seconds, but its not - its the full intensity of the (midday) sun. (MORE)
No. They can be recycled. If they are broken, each piece will still work as a solar cell in many cases. It is even possible to home-make them out of copper foil, although they won't make as much power as factory-made ones. Silicon comes from sand, even beach sand, and most solar panels made today ar…e mostly Silicon. Even if they are "used", they still produce very useful amounts of power in daylight, and people will still want them if they are taken out of service. I am writing about photovoltaic electric ones; but the solar panels for heating purposes can be made out of materials from a home improvement store, such as plumbing pipes and duct metal. (MORE)
Because solar means sun in Latin and the Solar System is the system of planets that orbit the sun.
Depending entirely on the boundaries of the Solar System, it has been estimated to be a bout 2 light years.
You mean for humans? Anywhere but the Earth is dangerous to us: all planets and moons besides Earth lack breathable air, a comfortable temperature, or an adequate atmospheric pressure to sustain human life. Most other planets also lack a magnetic field or ozone layer to prevent burns from the sun's …ultraviolet rays, and all of them -- at least until we find out otherwise -- lack any plant or animal life required to support any colonization effort. For example, Venus has a mean temperature of 460 Â°C (860 Â°F), an atmosphere of carbon dioxide poisonous to humans and a pressure of 93 bars, equivalent to twice the pressure endured by a military submarine 490 meters (1600 feet) underwater. (MORE)
Yes. Gravity is caused by mass; the more mass, the more gravity. (We're entirely ignorant about the how and the why, but at least we know some of the "what" about gravity.) Since the Sun has most of the mass, it also has most of the gravity, and the Sun's gravity keeps everything else from spinnin…g off into the galaxy. (MORE)
Since Pluto was down graded to a Dwarf planet in 2006, our solar system only has 8 major planets orbiting the Sun. However there are a few more Dwarf planets outside the orbit of Pluto that are being considered for Dwarf Planet status.
This depends on what you use as your definition of end. Certainly a dramatic series of events will occur some five billion years from now. At that point the Sun will run out of hydrogen in its core (which it uses as its fuel) and will switch to other types of fuel (e.g. helium, carbon). What exactly… happens is quite complex and would take us far into stellar evolution theory; but basically the Sun will swell up and become big enough to engulf the Earth's orbit. At that point the Earth and the interior planets (Mercury and Venus) will be completely destroyed, although life on Earth will probably have perished some time before that because of increased temperatures. Eventually the Sun will lose most of its mass through pulsations and the shedding of a planetary nebula (which is just gas and has nothing to do with planets; it is just called that way because the ancient Greeks thought planetary nebula to be distant planets), and become a small star called a white dwarf. This white dwarf is about the same size as the Earth. The outer planets may survive all this, although life (if any) on them probably won't. In the end the white dwarf will turn into a black dwarf and all that remains of the solar system are a few dead planets orbiting a dark small star. (MORE)
A star is all that's required. A solar system is made of at least one star, and the star has to be big enough to have gravity strong enough to bring other objects such as gas and rock and ice into it's orbit.
we have the solar system because if we didn't then there would be no earth.
The best guess that scientists have for the origins of the solar system is the Solar Nebula Hypothesis. A star or a number of stars exploded leaving a dispersed cloud of various elements and particles in space. Objects with mass are attracted to other objects with mass so the atoms in the cloud beg…in to accumulate. Within the centre of the accumulation, there is a higher pressure and therefore a higher temperature. At temperatures exceeding 10000K, a protostar may form in the centre of the accumulation. Surrounding the protostar is a disk of various gases and atoms and particles. This disk is prevented from collapsing because the system is rotating. Within the disk, stuff starts to happen. Elements that can solidify at higher temperatures do so in closer proximity to the protostar (which becomes the Sun), elements that solidify at lower temperatures do so further away from the young Sun. These solids form planets through the process of cold accretion. Planets closer to the Sun are mainly composed of elements that solidify at high temperatures. The formation of planetoids prevents other planets from beginning to form by using up all of the available surrounding materials. Solar wind blows excess material away into space. (MORE)
If there is no solar system, none of the planets will have daylightand we will never recieve the hot weather in the Summer.