You think our Earth is big and vast, but in truth, they are nothing compared to outer space. This is how small and weak humans are.
Every time you look up into the night sky, you see hundreds of thousands of stars shining there. You notice that the Earth is very large and immense. But did you know that our Earth is just “dust” in the Milky Way.
So how big is this universe? Now check where you are in this “giant house”.
This is Earth – where we live
Our Earth is currently the only planet with life in the solar system in terms of full sun, air, water, certain temperatures, and certain nutrients for life.
And that’s where you live in your neighborhood – the solar system
The order of the planets in the solar system from left to right is: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.
It’s the distance between the Earth and the Moon, it doesn’t look that far, right?
Think about it, because you can actually put all the planets in the solar system in the middle of that “hole”!
In fact, the average distance between the center of the Earth and the Moon is about 384,400 km, about 30 times the diameter of the Earth.
Are you or, Saturn’s belt so wide that it can hold 6 earths above it?
And it’s a fictitious image of the Earth if we have a ring like Saturn
You think Los Angeles is huge, right? But look, L.A is getting so mediocre in front of a comet
The earth is so big, but it’s nothing compared to our sun
Earth is like a point when seen from Mars
and just a little grain of sand seen from Saturn
The number of stars in space is compared to sea sand all over Earth
And VY Canis Majoris is one of the supermassive stars of the universe
The area of VY Cains Majoris is approximately 2.8 billion square kilometers.
If you compare the Sun to a white blood cell, the Milky Way is about the size of America.
This is because the Milky Way is so vast. You’re just a tiny dot in this Milky Way
All of the stars you see in the night sky are just a part of this golden circle.
Such giants, but the Milky Way is also extremely small compared to billions of billions of other galaxies in the universe
Our Milky Way is just a tiny point compared to the supergiant Ic 1011 – 350 million light years from Earth.
Earth’s size, experts say, is just a black dot in a cosmic black hole
Here is the most complete image of our “house”
Earth in the solar system
Neighbors in the Solar System
Nearby milky way
Super galaxies of Virgo
Super neighboring galaxies
Huge image of the universe on the observatory