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From the seven planets that we know to the black hole of death space is limitless and a hell of its own There are so many wonders that we are still exploring and researching today Why does the Earth rotate around the sun Are we the only humans to exist How come there are only seven planets These are all questions that are unexplainable and questioned daily We have been studying space for years and years and still no one can really explain the oddities that occur On a lighter note space is not only a mystery but it is also a beautiful form in itself So many rare beauties exist out there that we as humans will almost never get to see or experience First Ill start with the basics The Solar System The sun is in the center of the solar system and everything thats in it travels around in an elliptical shape The awesome part about our solar system is that is always in a constant motion and we are constantly moving but we cannot even feel or tell that its happening Earth along with seven other planets comets asteroids and a more orbit the sun The solar systems majority mass is taken up by the sun with 998 starchildgsfcnasagovSince our solar system is in an elliptical shape we are in a spiral galaxy called the Milky Way A galaxy is just a huge system that is filled and composed of gases dust and millions upon millions of stars There are numerous galaxies out there and most not even known or discovered by humans The galaxies classified into three different types Elliptical Spiral and Irregular A spiral galaxy is a flat disk that has a bulging center and surrounding arms It includes stars and planets that rotate around a galactic center Elliptical galaxies are shaped just like an egg Elliptical galaxies generally contain many older stars and little dust and orbit the
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