From West to East.From East to West
The Earth turns from West to East!
If you take the North Pole as a reference point, the Earth turns counter clockwise, that is, from right to left.
When a yellow dwarf star diesWhen a white hole opens up in a mirror universe.When a giant star goes supernova.
A black hole occurs when a Red Giant doesn't collapses.
When a Red Giant (which is a giant star of low or intermediate mass) dies, the formation process for a black hole begins.
A lunar eclipseA solar eclipse
In a solar eclipse, the moon goes between the Sun and the Earth.
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We live in the Milky Way...
They call it that because of the faint, milky band of light that crosses the night sky.
Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system.
Its radius is 69,911 km, which makes it 11 times larger than Earth.
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and NeptuneUranus and NeptuneUranus, Neptune, and MarsSaturn, Uranus, and Neptune
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune have rings.
Read more about it here
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Yuri Gagarin of Russia was the first astronaut to go to space in 1961.
The "Three Kings" (also called the "Three Sisters") is Orion's Belt.
The stars are named: Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka.
A planet that orbits outside our solar system.A planet that orbits around another planet.A planet that emits heat
It's also known as an extrasolar planet.
It's a planet that orbits a star other than our own Sun.
149.6 million kilometers207.7 million kilometers98.4 million kilometers
The Earth is 149.6 million kilometers from the Sun.
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The last quarter
The moon can be seen in the sky in the morning. It shows its face from midnight, reaches its peak at 6 in the morning, and falls at noon.
A CBS series with Sheldon Cooper.The theory that explains the expansion of the universe following an initial explosion.
The Big Bang is the most popular theory for the beginning of all of this.
This post was translated from Spanish.