▪️ The Sun or Sun is a star located in the center of the Solar System, around which the Earth and other elements of the Solar System revolve.
▪️ The Sun is the largest body of our solar system and its diameter is about 13 lakh 90 thousand kilometers, which is about 109 times more than the Earth.
▪️ This powerful repository of energy is mainly a huge sphere of hydrogen and helium gases.
▪️ The Sun produces energy at its center by the process of atomic merger.
▪️ Only a small part of the energy released from the sun reaches the earth, out of which 15 percent is reflected in space, 30 percent water is used to steam and many energy plants absorb the sea.
▪️ Its strong gravitational force keeps the Earth and other planets from moving in different orbits.
Solar System :
▪️ Solar system includes the Sun and the celestial bodies, which are bound to each other by gravitational force in this system.
▪️ A group of those celestial objects revolving around a star is called a planetary circle.
▪️ Our solar system is formed by mixing our sun and its planetary system.
▪️ These bodies include eight planets, their 172 known satellites, five dwarf planets, and billions of tiny bodies.
▪️ These small objects include asteroids, snow cipher circles, comets, meteors, and interplanetary dust.
▪️ The four small inner planets of the solar system are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars called terrestrial planets, which are mainly made of stone and metal.
The solar system consists of the Sun and the celestial bodies, which are bound to each other in this system by the force of gravity.
The group of celestial objects revolving around a star is called a planetary system.
Our solar system is made up of our sun and its planetary system.
These bodies include eight planets, their 172 known satellites, five dwarf planets, and billions of smaller bodies.
️ Small bodies in these small bodies
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