Sunday, 29 December 2019

Planets Where Acid Rain And Strong Winds Run - There is no place like Earth

Unbearably fast winds and temperatures: What's the weather conditions on other planets?
We often complain about the weather and nowadays especially when severe weather changes are common on the earth.

But what if we were to spend our vacation in a place where winds of up to eight thousand kilometers per hour were high or the temperature was so high that the lead would melt?
Whether the weather is good or bad, it is a permanent fact of our planet and it is even more severe in space travels. We start by examining the neighborhood of the earth.


Venus is the most non-hospitable solar system. Venice presents a picture of hell in away. The atmosphere in Venice is very deep and consists mostly of carbon dioxide. Venus's air pressure is 90 times higher than Earth's.
Due to this situation, the sun's radiation is trapped in its atmosphere and temperatures can rise to 460C on Venus. So if you go there you will be burnt and crushed within seconds.
Rain on Venus is highly toxic sulfuric acid or sulfuric acid that will burn the skin or space suit of any traveler. Due to the extreme temperatures of the planet, it turns into vapor before it reaches the surface.
But all along, surprisingly, Venus also receives snow. But this is not the ice that you can throw at each other by making shells. These are actually remnants of metals transformed into the Venus atmosphere.

Turbulent Neptune:

On the other end of our solar system, you have Uranus and Neptune, the largest planet made of gas.
The planet is located the farthest distance from Earth, and is home to the largest methane clouds and the most dangerous winds in the solar system, with speeds that exceed the speed of sound.
Since the planet's surface is smooth enough, methane does nothing to slow down the winds, so they can reach 2,400 kilometers per hour.
When something goes faster than the speed of sound, an explosive sound is produced and you can easily hear it here. Along with this, those arriving here will also experience diamond rain, which is due to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
But you can have no risk of falling on the head of a stuffed diamond since you have already frozen in the negative 200-degree centigrade.

Planets outside the solar system:

Tom Loudon is a researcher at the University of Warwick in the UK, and his job is to find out what the atmosphere on other planets is.
According to him, the upper atmosphere of Venice is probably one of the best places to stay away from the earth. He said that above the clouds of sulfuric acid also comes a place where the pressure of fizzy earth is similar.
They say, "You will not be able to breathe in this atmosphere, but if you are wearing an oxygen mask, you may be at this point."
Loudon specializes in ego plants or planets that orbit outside our solar system, especially in a planet called HD 189733b.
HD 189733b is a dark blue world 63 light-years away from us. Its weather is probably more dangerous than any other planet's weather. Beautiful but devastatingly dangerous to look at.
The winds here can be up to 8,000 kilometers per hour, and the planet is 20 times closer to the sun than our Earth, so its temperature is 1600 degrees Celsius, as much as molten lava.

There is no place like earth:

Loudon says, "On this planet, the rocks of our earth will turn into liquid or vapors." In addition, there is a rain of molten glass, not just from the top but from the sides.
Loudon says Earth-sized planets revolve around stars called 'M. Dwarf' or 'Red Dwarf' in the universe. Whether life is possible on them or not is a different question.
For a planet to be reasonably warm and to have a liquid here, it is important that the duration of its orbit and its rotation on its own axis be the same. This is called tidal locking and our moon revolves around our Earth.
Thus you get permanent sunlight on one part and permanent night on the other.
When you make computer models, you see that storms enter the area from day to night. On the day, any liquid water will evaporate and become cloudy, freezing at night and then freezing. So you'll have a dessert on one side and an arctic on the other. So based on what has been seen so far, it can be said that there is no place like earth.

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