Tag: Venus

Why did the earth choose carbon based life instead of silicon-based life? What does silicon-based life look like?

With the continuous progress of mankind, people now know more and more about the earth. Modern science believes that our earth was born five billion years ago. Five billion years ago, the solar system was in chaos. After the birth of the sun, it absorbed a large amount of surrounding material, so the mass of the sun accounted for 99.86%of the total mass of the solar system, and the remaining eight planets and other materials accounted for 0.14%of the total mass of the solar system, From the proportion, we can see that the mass of the sun is very large. In the solar system, there are eight planets, which are Mercury, Venus, earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. There is also a Pluto outside Neptune. Pluto once belonged to a planet, but later scientists thought that the volume and mass of Pluto were too small.


There is about 28 days in the starry sky. Venus and Neptune coincide, a rare phenomenon of planetary extremely close

According to astronomy science experts, in the early morning of April 28, Venus and Neptune coincided closely, which is a very rare phenomenon of planetary proximity. The actual distance between Venus and Neptune is very far away. The phenomenon of extremely close is actually just a visual effect. This is due to the different running speeds of the planets in the solar system. When the angular distance between the two planets is very close and runs on the same yellow meridian, it is called”coincidence”.