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Transcript of space
The ring that surrounds Saturn could be the remnants of a moon that was shattered by Saturn's gravity. Uranus Uranus’ axis is at a 97 degree angle, meaning that it orbits lying on its side! Talk about a lazy planet. Neptune Neptune was discovered in 1846 (over 150 years ago). Since that time it has still yet to make a complete orbit around the sun, because one Neptune year lasts 165 Earth years!
Like Jupiter, Neptune has a dark spot caused by a storm. Neptune's spot is smaller than Jupiter's -- it is only about the size of the planet earth. Pluto Note: Pluto is no longer considered a planet -- instead, astronomers call it a dwarf planet or planetoid. The first man on the moon was Neil Armstrong U.S Space Shuttle By Bronte Heslehurst Hope U liked it Blackholes a black hole is a region of space from which nothing, including light, can escape.
If you hover over a black hole you will return younger then the people you left. Wormholes a wormhole is "shortcut" through spacetime. Dwarf Stars A white dwarf is very hot when it is formed but since it has no source of energy, it will gradually radiate away its energy and cool down.