Sun Rise Looks So Different On Various Planets

Blog By fatema  |  24-01-19

Well, we have only read about our solar system that consists of the planet and many milky ways but here we are going to learn about the fact that we have not read it on our textbooks and that is the sunrise from all different planets

Mercury

Mercury

We all have learned about our planet system from our school days and how the earth revolves around the sun whereas how the sun gives us light but we never thought about the sun that shines like a bright star how would it look like in another planet, well we will find out now though. Mercury is another planet from the solar system which is closer to the sun and that's the reason the sunrise there is brighter than the other planets.


Venus

Venus

Well, is the second planet on the solar system and yet it is closest to the sun orbiting around it but still, the presence of sun is not visible enough on this planet as it is covered by some thick cloud gases.


Mars

Mars

It is the fourth planet and second smallest planet after Mercury and it is 230 million km away from the sun but still, we can see the light glimpse of the sun on this red planet.


Jupiter

Jupiter

Jupiter is the fifth planet and one of the largest planets on the solar system and the sun view looks mesmerizing from here where the moon is shadowing the sun.


Saturn

Saturn

Saturn is the sixth planet and also the second largest on our solar system as it also has some ringlets surrounding it. The sight here is incredible as the presence of water crystals and gases made the sun rays refracted making it look like a perfect illusion.


Uranus

Uranus

It is the third largest planet after Jupiter and Saturn where the sun is barely visible as a shining star from afar.


Uranus

Uranus

It is the third largest planet after Jupiter and Saturn where the sun is barely visible as a shining star from afar.


Neptune

Neptune

It is the farthest planet and also the fourth largest planet where the sun looks a small source of light in the sky because of the presence of the gases and dust.


Pluto

Pluto

Well, Pluto has not been considered as the planet but still, we can see the slight visibility of the sun that looks like a shining star from the distance.




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