The aspect of the gas giants that has the biggest effect on their rings and satellites is their gravity.
When a star explodes, it is referred to as a nova. If the star is large enough, it will create a super nova. And if the star is dense enough, it does not explode, but instead collapses on itself and forms a black hole
Mercury is the smallest of the terrestrial planets.
They all have solid, rocky surfaces.
The planet that most extrasolar planets resembles Jupiter.
Most of the confirmed Exoplanets are larger gaseous planets with large masses. These are easier to detect and confirm due to their size. They most resemble Jupiter, although many are thought to be much larger than our largest planet.
The shape of the path of a planet or asteroid around the sun is
It's mainly hydrogen and helium in the atmospheres ofJupiter and Saturn. Uranus and Neptune are similar, but with about 3%methane .
at different speeds along its sphere.
You can see Solar Flares in the Suns' Corona.
Pluto has five moons.
All of our Solar Systems gas giants have more moons than the terrestrial planets.
Jupiter (63), Saturn (62), Uranus (27) and Neptune (13).
We know the Sun rotates because we can watch sunspots on the face of the Sun.
A blowing of a balloon best describes the BIG BANG best
For nuclear fusion.
They don't understand how redshift affects stars.
light from the they orbit makes it difficult to locate extrasolar planets with telescope
Pluto has a moon that is about half its size