there is something which handles everything....there's invisible supreme power in the world.....
In terms of science, it is the nature of the nuclear reactions that power the Sun.
"Inertia" plus gravity (of the sun). Note that the orbits do change over time, but that in the last few billion years they have been quite stable.
The gravitational attraction (inwards) negates the fusion process (outwards). Essentially, there is an explosion and an implosion happening at the same point so the sun remains stable.
It means that an object remains in a stable orbit around a central object. For example the Earth stays in a stable near-circular orbit around the Sun although it is continuously moving at around 18 miles per second in a direction that is along the ecliptic and at right angles (approximately) to the direction of the Sun.
It wont, as the sun expands over time, the sun will become cooler and cooler.
Of course. The sun is over head because the world could tilt towards the sun from your point of view. And it's not rare.
Helios was the god of the sun. Over time, Apollo was given responsibility over the sun. Some myths keep Helios as the driver of the sun chariot.
Nothing happens to the Earth's axis between seasons, although it may get altered over millions of years. The moon tends to make the axis stable. The seasons are the result of Earths tilt, which remains the same as it rotates around the sun , pointing either the northern hemisphere or southern hemisphere directly toward the sun.
The sun is expect to remain stable for another three billion years.
The Earth travels in a slightly elliptical orbit around the sun, and as a result, it gets closer to the sun at some times of the year and farther from the sun at other times of the year, but the average distance to the sun, over the course of a year, remains the same.
they dont it stays the same every day
yes... The longitude that the sun is directly over at any point in time is on average 15
Scientists were able to prove that the Sun rotates by observing the movement of sun spots over time.
No, they start out cooler than the sun and will get progressively cooler over time.
North Korea has two presidents. One's last name is the sung. Which is like sun. A sun is in the sky. A sky covers earth. Earth has governenment. The earth is stable, so North Korea has a stable government.
because the sun rises over sydney before Perth the sun rises from east to west so sydney gets the sun before Perth every day time of the day ia all to do with the sun
Earth remains in orbit around the Sun because the gravitational pull between the Earth and Sun is balanced by the centripetal reaction force, i.e. the angular acceleration, of the Earth's orbit.
The Earth is getting very, very slightly farther away from the Sun over time, due to tidal forces.
It is not the sun that moves it is because we are orbiting the sun but when it looks like the sun is moving the earth is actually spinning at a very fastspeed.so the answer is the sun does not move we do we spin!!!
No, since our planet is spherical (ball-shaped) and we have only one sun, only half of the planet can be illuminated by the sun at any one time.
Because during a certain time of the year, the sun shines all the time, including Midnight. Thus Land of the Midnight sun. 0roaraBecause during summer that part of the Earth is tilted so far towards the sun thet even at night the sun never dips below the horizon. It remains light throughout the night.
Scientist says the sun has changed in 3 different ways, colour, size and distance.
Probably at noon when the sun is directly over you unless it is a cloudy day. 10-2
Ummm most of the time that is from genetics.... It could also be from over sun exposer.
Sunrise is the time at which the sun rises over the horizon and sunset is the time at which the sun sets below the horizon. It visually shows the change between the positions of the sun and earth.
The force of gravity helps to keep the Earth and Sun stable in its rotation. Without gravity, the planets would float around knocking into each other or would travel too close to the sun.