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1. stars

2. the farthest planet from the sun, the 8, one of if not the coldest in the solar system, a gaseous planet and has

2.1. neptuno

3. When a star runs out of hydrogen halfway through its life (several million years), the nucleus turns entirely into helium and the star declines: it becomes colder and brighter and then dies. Then various things can happen, always depending on their mass.

3.1. born from cold clouds of gas and dust called 'nebulae', but after many centuries of life these clouds begin to shrink due to their own gravity. and it fragments into small residues of itself that grow in temperature. When it reaches 10 million degrees it is ready to become another star again.

4. This is so called by the Romans, precisely because of its resemblance to a milky spot in the night sky, as it could be translated as "milk road". in Roman ,Our galaxy contains a set of 200 billion stars and probably a large amount of dark matter. and The Milky Way is a spiral style galaxy. The Milky Way began to form about 13 billion years ago. The Milky Way was formed by the fusion and accumulation of small mini-halos containing stars and gas, and that the oldest of the Milky Way stars is in the center of the Galaxy.

4.1. milky way

5. it is the meteoroid that survives its passage through the atmosphere and impacts against the surface of the Earth. Technically, the evolution of the meteor is already collided on Earth.

5.1. meteoroids

6. known as the blue planet, our home planet, the only one with life until now, has a single moon, and it is the 3rd after the sun

6.1. Earth

7. Big bang

8. A large urinated exploration of a small dense point, which spread and exploded, evolved over miles and miles of years, the composition of natural fuels, the first materials were created in the atoms, and then for millions of years created everything we see today, stars, planets, us and the entire universe


9. Galaxy

10. known as the red planet, it is the second largest planet after mercury, and the fourth after the sun, this possue 2 moons

10.1. mars

11. a gaseous planet is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest in the Solar System, it has 82 moons in total

11.1. jupiter

12. Saturn is the sixth planet in the solar system counting from the Sun, the second in size, and known for its numerous rings seen from Earth, a gas plant, and has too many moons

12.1. saturno

13. Uranus the 7th planet in the solar system, a blue gaseous planet with 27 moons

13.1. urano

14. Asteroids

15. An asteroid is a rocky heavenly body, smaller than a planet and larger than a meteoroid. Most orbit between Mars and Jupiter, in the region of the solar system known as the belt ...

15.1. asteroids

16. It is a small body made up of ice and rocks, sometimes active. Sunlight often vaporizes the object's ice, thus forming its tail of dust and gas.

16.1. Comets

17. It is the name by which the light phenomenon that occurs when a meteoroid, a small particle of a comet or an asteroid 100 micrometers 50 meters in diameter, that orbits the Solpeda, crosses the atmosphere and evaporates. It is better known as a "shooting star"

17.1. meteors

18. Venus is the second planet in the solar system in order of distance from the Sun, the sixth in terms of size, ordered from largest to smallest. it has no natural satellites / moons, it is a rocky planet

18.1. venus

19. these are formed, through stars. When a star runs out of fuel, it can no longer generate any thrust against gravity for its entire mass. Gravity forces everything towards the center of the burned star and the core collapses into a black

20. planet, which has a gray color on its surface, is the first after the sun, is the smallest of the solar system, does not have any moon

20.1. Mercury

21. planets

22. black holes

23. This can sugar, planets, stars, and much more, not even light can escape, since it has a huge gravitational force