Dangerous planets

Dangerous planets

Astronomy Solar system

 Dangerous planets

dangerous planets- The sky is so big, our sphere is just one point in it. There are planets in this vast galaxy with very scary conditions that make life impossible on them.

According to the nightly magazine of the Journalists’ Club, there are different planets in the galaxy, which humans have discovered over time. Each of these planets has unique characteristics that can not be easily bypassed.

Some planets are so dangerous that life on them is impossible. There is no picture of these planets, but scientists have used computers to obtain climatic conditions for these regions, which have been designed to look like the surface of these planets.

dangerous planets-  Mars

Mars, which is hard to live on these days, is another strange and scary planet in the solar system. There are huge sandstorms on the planet, some of which are higher than Mount Everest and more than 300 kilometers per hour. These storms cover the entire planet and can change its entire space in one day. Also, temperature changes affect these storms and make them much more dangerous. Life on this planet can be one of the scariest lives.

 Court 3B

The densest and largest planet ever known is known as Kurt 3B. The planet is about the size of Jupiter but 20 times the mass of Jupiter. This means that its surface will put 50 times more pressure on anything. If humans were to live on this planet, they would weigh 50 times as much, which means that a 70-kilogram human on the planet would feel 450 kilograms. This would destroy the body’s internal systems and bones in the blink of an eye…

 dangerous planets-Pegsy B

There is a planet in our galaxy that is 150 times the size of Earth. The planet is reddening every day because it has a star nearby that produces heat close to the sun. This star has caused the temperature of this planet to be 1000 degrees Celsius. Hot air pressure and, of course, the presence of a small amount of cold air cause strong winds of up to 1000 kilometers per hour. Of course, high temperatures do not mean that it does not rain in this area. The rains of this planet enter the hot air and suddenly reach the cold stream, but due to the fact that the planet is hydrogen, it turns into substances such as iron and lands on the surface of the sphere.

 Neptune

You can experience the fastest winds in the solar system on the surface of Neptune. The planet is known only for its very cold and of course fast winds that can destroy any object in the blink of an eye. The speed of these winds sometimes reaches twice the speed of sound, and this causes the human body to disintegrate in a single blink and its pieces to spread in the sky. Scientists are still exploring the planet to find a reason for its strong winds.

 Carbon

Very little carbon is found on Earth because the earth we live on has only 0.1% carbon. Traveling to the depths of the galaxy and finding different planets, you will surely encounter strange things. Carbon is more abundant than anything else in the region, and its lakes are strange. Even astronomers believe that the planet’s rains are quite strange and are composed of oil and asphalt.

 Venus

Venus is one of the smallest planets in the solar system, but with such a small size, it is known as the most dangerous planet. Early in the Cold War, the Soviet Union was able to launch the only probe to land on Venus. The probe successfully landed on the surface of the sphere, but lasted only 127 minutes until it was completely crushed and then liquefied.

On this planet, the air pressure is 100 times higher than on Earth, and walking on it is like walking at a depth of 2000 meters on the seafloor. While the probe was on the surface of Venus, it sent information to Earth that the planet was very toxic. The temperature of this sphere is close to 425 degrees Celsius. Venus is the most dangerous planet in the galaxy, with its surface covered in sulfuric acid.

Deadly planets are not only outside the solar system, they are also near us. Venus is undoubtedly the deadliest planet in the solar system due to its clouds rich in sulfur dioxide. These clouds prevent sunlight from reaching the planet’s surface and prevent deadly carbon dioxide from escaping from the atmosphere.

Venus’ surface is full of volcanoes that produce large amounts of heat and carbon dioxide. This large amount of carbon dioxide can poison humans quickly. Thick clouds create powerful greenhouse effects by retaining heat and gas, bringing the planet’s surface temperature to 467 degrees Celsius.

This temperature is constant in all parts of the planet, even at the poles. Venus orbits slowly so that it is equal to 243 Earth days each day, and even its nights are as hot as days. Researchers say that if Venus did not have these clouds, it would look like Mercury.

In addition to temperature, Venus’ atmosphere is a supercritical fluid mixture, and walking on its surface with a dense atmosphere is like walking in a pool of water. The planet’s atmospheric pressure at the surface is equal to the water pressure at a depth of 914 meters in the ocean.

The wind blows at a speed of a few kilometers per hour, like the force of a sea wave on the shore that pushes you back, and of course, it is hot enough to melt lead. If a man does not die from pressure and temperature, the next lethal factor is Venus air, which contains hydrogen fluoride, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen sulfide, and sulfuric acid. These chemical compounds are very dangerous and can both poison the human body and dissolve meat.

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The planet is not officially listed as a planet but is known as one of the scariest stars in the system. The whole danger of this star is that it is so hot that even scientists cannot estimate it correctly and have not found a number for it. The planet is hot enough to melt rocks. Another thing you should know about this star is that its volcanoes if activated, can even change the orbit of the solar system.

 Pluto

Although the planet is no longer known among the solar system family, it is one of the scariest planets in the galaxy. Pluto looks snowy in design, but the planet is covered in frozen nitrogen, carbon monoxide, and methane, and continues to be frozen throughout the 248 Earth years it takes to orbit the sun. On a sunny and very hot day on the surface of Pluto, the air temperature can reach -228 degrees Celsius, which seems very pleasant!

 Customer

The largest planet in the solar system is another of the scariest creatures that no creature likes to get close to. The planet creates storms that are only twice as big as Earth. These storms move the wind at 1000 kilometers per hour. The planet’s atmosphere is dark and full of hydrogen. This gas is colorless on earth, but in Jupiter, it has become a substance that no one knows what. Also, the surface of the planet always strikes lightning that is 100 times stronger than lightning on Earth.

 Wasp 12b

Another scary planet is the galaxy, whose surface temperature can reach 2200 degrees Celsius. This temperature makes no living things can be found on the surface of this sphere. The surface of this sphere is about half the temperature of the sun, and of course, it is not present in our system. The interesting thing is that the planet orbits the earth once a day.

The Milky Way

Unlike Earth, every new planet we discover has a hostile environment. Of course, some of them can be habitable, but there are some problems in this area, such as lack of access to water and oxygen, which are prerequisites for the formation of life. But other planets are unsuitable for human life, and some of them are even deadly.
These dangerous and deadly planets are deadly to any creature that wants to land too close to them or on their surface. Many of these planets are not just too hot or too cold but have more terrifying conditions that never support the formation of life. Here are 10 of the most dangerous planets in the Milky Way.

 HD 189733b

In 2005, astronomers discovered an extrasolar planet the size of Jupiter, called HD 189733b, which is as blue as Earth and is located 63 light-years away in the constellation Fox. Unlike Earth, the planet is not blue due to its sea and ocean, but its blue color is the result of silicate-rich clouds.

The planet’s first problem is strong winds that blow across the planet at speeds of 8,700 kilometers per hour. It is interesting to note that the strongest winds of Hurricane Katrina (which killed 1,836 people in 2005 and displaced 1 million people in the United States) were 280 kilometers per hour.

The next problem is the rain on the planet, due to the presence of silicate-rich clouds of molten glass falling from the sky. The glass does not fall directly from the sky due to strong winds, but it falls in a strange way.

Even if we can get to this extrasolar planet in any way, the next problem is its very high temperature. HD 189733b is too close to its host star so it is terribly hot. In other words, it is so close to its star that it is equal to 2.2 Earth days each year. Gravitational locking causes one side of the planet to be always day and the other side to be constantly night.

 CoRoT-7b

In 2009, astronomers discovered the extrasolar planet CoRoT-7b using a satellite with planetary heat transfer, rotation, and transit (CoRoT). The planet is located 480 light-years away in the constellation Unicorn. CoRoT-7b is a rocky, Earth-like planet, even if it is the size of Saturn and Jupiter. Despite having a rocky surface that supports life, the planet is not such a place.

To begin with, the atmosphere is filled with minerals that form rock clouds. These clouds fall from the pebbles and rocks themselves as if falling from the sky. Even if humans could survive the rain of rocks, they would still be destroyed by the hot surface temperature of the planet. The Earth is 60 times as far from the Sun as CoRoT-7b is from its host star. On a day, the size of the host star in the planet’s sky is 360 times that of the Sun.

The planet is also gravitationally locked with its star, and it equals 20.4 hours of Earth each year. As you may have guessed, half of the planet is always facing the host star, which is why its surface temperature reaches 2300 degrees Celsius. Astronomers believe that part of the planet’s day is molten because rocks cannot remain solid at such temperatures.

 KELT-9b

Discovered in 2016, the extrasolar planet KELT-9b is the hottest planet ever discovered, located 620 light-years from Earth in the constellation Pisces. The temperature of the host star is about 9700 degrees Celsius, which is almost twice the temperature of the sun (the temperature of the sun’s surface is 5500 degrees Celsius). Due to the gravitational lock on one side, it is always sunny, on this side of the planet, the temperature reaches 4300 degrees Celsius, which is even higher than some stars.

Planet KELT-9b is so hot that hydrogen boils in its atmosphere and escapes from the planet.

The star KELT-9 is added. The star is three times the size of the Sun, and the planet KELT-9b is twice the size of Jupiter and three times its mass.

This extreme temperature is due to the relatively short distance between the planet and the star so that each year the planet is equal to 1.5 Earth days. This is one-tenth of the distance of Mercury from the Sun in the solar system. Astronomers believe that the planet will lose all of its atmospheres within the next 200 years. The star KELT-9 will then be large enough to reach the planet KELT-9b. However, astronomers do not expect the star and the planet to collide.

WASP-121b

WASP-121b is one of the strangest extrasolar planets in the constellation Sagittarius, 850 light-years from Earth. This planet is not spherical, but more like an American soccer ball. But the shape of the planet is not the cause of its lethality, but the fact that too close to its host star is the cause of this phenomenon, as a result of which the surface temperature of the planet reaches 2540 degrees Celsius.

Solid or liquid bodies cannot form there, and everything remains only in a gaseous state. The planet has a metal atmosphere that is rich in iron and magnesium gases and, like KELT-9b, is losing its atmosphere. Interestingly, the proximity of WASP-121b to the host star causes it to deform. The star exerts a very strong gravitational force on the planet, resulting in excessive convexity in the planet’s equator.

Upsilon Andromedae b
The most dangerous planets in the milky way galaxy Upsilon Andromedae b is one of the strange extrasolar planets orbiting the star Upsilon Andromedae A, located 44 light-years from Earth in the constellation Andromeda. The planet is also so close to its star that it is equal to 4.6 Earth days each year, and as a result, the gravitational lock on one side is always day and its surface temperature reaches 1400 degrees Celsius.

The most interesting thing about Upsilon Andromedae b is that its hottest spot is not in the middle of the day, but in the part that is always night. This discovery surprised astronomers because this point must be on the side of the sun. According to a theory of heat that travels from the star Upsilon Andromedae A to the planet’s day, it warms the air. When the air is hot enough, the wind moves it in the opposite direction. Simultaneously with this state of the wind, it transfers cool air to the opposite side of the sun. This trend is always ongoing and makes the planet’s daytime cooler than its midnight.

OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb

OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb is a very thin, atmospheric rocky planet located approximately at the center of the Milky Way galaxy, 21,500 light-years away in the constellation Scorpio. When the extrasolar planet was discovered, astronomers thought it had the conditions to support life, but it was later discovered that the planet was too cold and could not have life on its own.

The surface temperature of the OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb is around minus 220 degrees Celsius, as we know it is too cold to support life. Compared to Earth, where the coldest recorded temperature is 97.8 degrees Celsius, the temperature of this extrasolar planet is very unsuitable. This temperature is recorded in a part of Antarctica that is never exposed to sunlight. Breathing in this area destroys the human lungs and causes immediate death.

TrES-2b

Located 750 light-years from Earth in the constellation of the Dragon, TrES-2b is the darkest planet ever discovered. The planet is the size of Jupiter and its star GSC 03549-02811 is the size of the Sun. TRES-2b is black because its atmosphere absorbs more than 99% of the host star’s light. Astronomers believe that the planet reflects a small amount of light due to its atmosphere rich in evaporated sodium and potassium or titanium oxide gas.

However, the fact that the planet is black does not mean that it is cool, in fact, the temperature of TrES-2b is more than 980 degrees Celsius. This very high temperature causes some parts of the planet to emit red radiation, such as burning coal in a furnace.

OGLE-TR-56b

OGLE-TR-56b is located in the constellation Sagittarius, 5,000 light-years from Earth. This planet is a hot Jupiter, such planets often form in star systems far away from the host star and then approach their star.

The planet is now very close to its star. The surface temperature of this extrasolar planet is 1726 degrees Celsius and it is equal to 29 hours of Earth every year. The planet’s clouds are made of iron vapor, from which liquid iron flows.

 

Proxima b

Proxima b is located 4.2 light-years from Earth in the constellation Centaurus. When this extrasolar planet was discovered, it looked promising to astronomers. Because they thought it had water on its surface and had general characteristics similar to the earth, but after a while, they realized that they were wrong. Proxima b is so close to its host star Proxima Centauri that it is equal to 11.2 Earth days each year. The planet is in a gravitational lock with its star, so one side is hot lethal and the other is ice.

Proxima Centauri is a red dwarf star. One of the characteristics of such stars is their tendency to emit solar flares at intervals of two to three months. These flames destroy the ozone layers of the planets, making them vulnerable to UV rays.

On March 24, 2017, astronomers observed the release of a solar flare toward Proxima b, which was so intense that the star’s luminosity increased 1,000 times in 10 seconds. The planet receives 4,000 times as much solar radiation as Earth, so it cannot host life.

 

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