The scientists said that before his disappearance, the Sun will cover the Earth and other planets of the Solar system a bunch of sand,nano-diamonds and the corundums. This incredible spectacle happens in the last minutes of the existence of the heavenly bodies.
Researchers have developed a unique program, which became known sources of huge amounts of dust in space. These are supernova explosions, which formed dust and other solid matter. According to scientists, about 20 percent of the particles of the exploding celestial bodies untouched soar in the vastness of space.
The sun, according to researchers, it should explode after 4.5 -5 billion years. The explosion will happen due to the lack of hydrogen, with the result that the Sun will start to absorb the helium. Additionally, several powerful flares on the surface of the heavenly body, and after the Sun will become a dwarf white, after destroying mercury and Venus. Our planet, after the explosion, more like lifeless glowing ball.
Most spectacular in this tragic picture is rain with nanodiamonds, dust and corundum, which scatter throughout the Solar system.
Recallthat after yesterday’s landing on Mars 358-pound probe geophysical InSight, which when unfolded has dimensions of 6,1х2х1,4 m., opened a solar panel to produce energy to run the system and operating normally. Fortunately, the mission landing on the red planet was a success.
Overcoming 485 million miles, a NASA probe landed in the volcanic area of the world, the Elysium highlands, which is located near the equator of Mars. “Three-legged” module will remain forever in this place, and will convey useful information to Earth until, until will not be able to function.
As previously reported, “Znayu” Guests from outer space: the Sun moving alien objects
We will remind, Peaceful, curious and not burn: ufologists spotted a UFO near the Sun.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.