Imagine a rainstorm made of diamonds! On Neptune and Uranus, conditions are just right for carbon in the atmosphere to crystallize into diamonds. These precious gems fall from the sky in a mesmerizing celestial display.
Jupiter's Great Red Spot is not just a giant storm; it's a centuries-old tempest. This colossal storm has been raging for at least 350 years, making it one of the most enduring and enigmatic features in our solar system.
VY Canis Majoris is a red hypergiant star so enormous that if placed in the center of our solar system, its outer layers would extend beyond the orbit of Jupiter. It's a true cosmic giant, challenging our understanding of scale.
Dark matter makes up about 27% of the universe, yet it remains elusive and unseen. Scientists are still working to unlock the secrets of this invisible substance that interacts with gravity but emits no light, adding a layer of mystery to the cosmos.
As objects approach the speed of light, time itself slows down, a phenomenon known as time dilation. This mind-bending concept, predicted by Einstein's theory of relativity, has been confirmed through experiments with high-speed particles
In the center of our galaxy lies a supermassive black hole named Sagittarius A*. Astonishingly, it has a mass equivalent to about four million suns but is confined within a region smaller than our solar system – a truly mind-boggling concentration of mass.