Ah, the wonders of our solar system! From the furthest reaches of space to the depths of the Earth’s core, the universe is full of fascinating and mysterious places. From the largest volcano in the solar system to the closest point to the stars, these places are full of wonders that have captivated us for centuries.
Today, we explore 15 of the most incredible places in our solar system. From Point Nemo, the furthest point from any land, to the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, the largest storm in the solar system, we will explore the depths of space and the secrets of our planet. We will also discover the tallest mountain in the solar system, the closest point to the stars, and the largest volcano on Mars.
We will also explore the Sun and the distance between the Earth and the Moon. We will learn about the antipodes, the atmosphere of Venus, and the amount of water on Earth. We will also learn about the Earth’s orbit, the length of DNA, and the microgravity of the International Space Station. Finally, we will look at the gold at the center of the Earth and the largest biomass on the planet.
Earth’s a thirsty place.
Winter’s here: the Sun’s 3.4% bigger and 3 million miles closer.
Everest may be tallest, but Chimborazo is closer to the sky.
It’s a Krill world after all
Bring a coat -- it’s 900 degrees.
The Sun is really the star of the show.
Storm in a teacup?
Mars really knows how to make an impression!
Captain Nemo’s namesake spot is really far from civilization.
Falling together, floating forever!
All the planets, plus Pluto, and change.
Earth’s crust: just a thin layer.
61 trips to the sun and back -- that’s one long DNA strand!