We present to your attention a fantastic audio recordings of space missions Voyager I and II launched in 1977. These unmanned space probes that are flying for 37 years away from our planet and, according to scientists who have already left our solar system.
During this flight they had studied the planet all around us, the study.
Now about our atmosphere and the sounds of the planets.
As everyone knows, in space there is no sound. Presents the atmosphere of electromagnetic vibrations of the planets, their moons and moons, planetary magnetosphere and the solar wind. Such a complex interaction and created sound vibrations that we can hear. They sound very interesting, sometimes even creepy.
Now I want to tell you a little interesting information about each planet in our Symphony.
Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar system, a gas giant. The diameter of Jupiter is approximately 11.2 larger than the earth. Continue reading
Solar system — the planetary system that includes a Central star — the Sun — and all the natural space objects orbiting the Sun. It was formed by gravitational contraction of the dust cloud around is 4.57 billion years ago. Note: the sun is not a planet.
Planets of the solar system in order:
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Pluto is the decision of the MAC (international Astronomical Union) no longer applies to the planets of the Solar system, and is a dwarf planet and even inferior in diameter another dwarf planet Eris. Designation 134340 Pluto.
Scientists have put forward many versions of the origin of our Solar system. In the forties of the last century Otto Schmidt put forward the hypothesis that the Solar system arose because the cold dust cloud attracted by the Sun. Over time the cloud formed the foundations for future planets. In modern science it is theory that Schmidt is the principal. Continue reading
In 1984, U.S. President Ronald Reagan announced the beginning of works on creation of an American space station.
In 1988 the station was named “Freedom” (“Freedom”). At that time it was a joint project of USA, ESA, Canada and Japan. Planned managed large station modules which will be delivered on orbit by space shuttles. But by the beginning of 1990-ies it became clear that the cost of developing the project is too large and only international cooperation will allow to create such a station. The USSR, already had experience of creation and injection into orbit, orbital stations “Salyut” and “Mir” space station, planned in the early 1990s, the creation of the station “Mir-2”, but due to economic difficulties, the project was suspended.
17 June 1992 the U.S. and Russia signed an agreement on cooperation in space research. In accordance with the Russian space Agency and NASA have developed a joint program “Mir — Shuttle”. This programme provided for the safety of American ships reusable “space Shuttle” to the Russian space station Mir, the inclusion of a Russian cosmonaut in the crew of the American Shuttle and American astronauts in the crew of the Soyuz spacecraft and the Mir station. Continue reading
The rule of titzius-Bode r=0.3*2n+ 0,4 (.e)In the XIII century, astronomers searched for a planet whose orbit is held in the space between Mars and Jupiter In the beginning of the XIX century Italian astronomer Piazzi discovered the first minor planet (asteroid) Ceres.Opened the asteroid belt between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter
The movement of asteroids
The asteroids move around the Sun in the same direction as that of large planitia orbits have large excentricitate of them are removed at aphelion the orbit of Saturn, and perihelion closer to the Earth Mars and Hermes in 1937 passed from Earth to 580 000 km Icarus every 19 years closer to the Ground (2007)
There are about 300 thousand
Physical characteristics of asteroids
The majority shapeless glibomet diameters of from several km to several tens of kobsa mass of all the asteroids in 20 times less than the mass Lunyu some asteroids have satellites Continue reading
The diversity of comets in the Solar system
The comet (from al-Greek. hairy, shaggy) – a small celestial body having a foggy view, orbiting the Sun in conic section with a very extended orbit. When approaching the Sun, the comet forms a coma and sometimes a tail of gas and dust.
Comets are placed into circulation periods:
At this time, found more than 400 short-period comets. Of these, about 200 were observed in more than one perihelion passage. Short-period comets (period less than 200 years) come from the region of the outer planets, moving in the forward direction for orbits lying close to the Ecliptic. Away from the Sun, comets usually do not have “tails”, but sometimes have a barely visible “to”, surrounding the core; together they are called the “head” of the comet. Approaching the Sun the head is increased and there is a tail. Many of them belong to so called family. For example, most of the short-period comets (full rotation around the Sun lasts 3-10 years) form the family of Jupiter. A little smaller of a family of Saturn, Uranus and Neptune (the latter, in particular, is the famous comet Halley). Continue reading