Solar system. Hypothesis on the origin of sunspots
In the solar system there are many different types of free celestial bodies that do not have their own orbits. Such bodies can be asteroids, meteorites, comets, as well as…

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Star worlds
By the beginning of our century, the borders of the explored Universe had moved so far that they included the Galaxy. Many, if not all, then thought that this huge…

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Solar System: Composition and Features
The Sun enters the Solar System, 9 large planets together with their 34 satellites, more than 100 thousand small planets (asteroids), about 10 to the 11th degree of comets, and…

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Galaxy

Since the XVII century, the most important goal of astronomers has been the study of the Milky Way – this giant collection of stars that Galileo saw through his telescope. The efforts of many generations of observer astronomers were aimed at finding out what is the total number of stars of the Milky Way, determining its actual shape and boundaries, and estimating its size. It was only in the 19th century that it was possible to understand that this is a single system that contains all the visible stars. On an equal footing with all, our Sun enters into this system, and with it the Earth and planets. Moreover, they are far from being located in its center, but on its outskirts.
It took many decades of careful observation and deep thought before the structure of the Galaxy was revealed to astronomers in its entirety. So they began to call the star system that we see – of course, from the inside – like a strip of the Milky Way. (The word “galaxy” is derived from the Greek “galacticos”, which means “milky.”)
It turned out that the Galaxy has a fairly regular structure and shape, despite the apparent raggedness of the Milky Continue reading

Universe
More than anything else - the Universe itself, covering and including all planets, stars, galaxies, clusters, superclusters and cells. The range of modern telescopes reaches several billion light years. Planets,…

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Quantum Physics and Reality
All modern cosmological theories also rely on quantum mechanics, which describes the behavior of atomic and subatomic particles. Quantum physics is fundamentally different from classical, Newtonian physics. Classical physics describes…

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Planet formation
Let us return to the satellites of our Sun, to those fragments of the nebula that broke away from the central clot under the action of centrifugal force and began…

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In search of a peace system
1. Introduction. The starry sky at all times occupied the imagination of people. Why do stars light up? How many of them shine in the night? Are they far from…

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