rotating planets

rotating planets

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March 07, 2006

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  • mb-soft.com   Planetary Rotation of Jupiter, Saturn, and the Earth

    Jupiter and Saturn rotate far more rapidly than they logically should! Their extensive and thick atmospheres experience substantial turbulence due to those planets ...

    http://mb-soft.com/public/planetro.html

  • www.moonphases.info   The Rotation of Venus - Moon Facts

    The Rotation of Venus. ... If people lived on Venus they would have though Earth and all of the other planets are weird for rotating counter-clockwise.

    http://www.moonphases.info/the-rotation-of-venus.html

  • space-facts.com   Earth Facts - Interesting Facts about the Planet Earth

    Earth has a powerful magnetic field: This phenomenon is caused by the nickel-iron core of the planet, coupled with its rapid rotation. This field protects the Earth ...

    http://space-facts.com/earth/

  • netanimations.net   Spinning Earth globes turning around and rotating planet …

    Spinning Earth globe clip art turning around and rotating planet gif animations

    http://netanimations.net/earth_globes.htm

  • scienceblogs.com   Counterclockwise, but there are exceptions – Starts With …

    2010-10-07 · This seems to be borne out by simulations of terrestrial planet formation: the rotation axes are essentially ... have said that they rotate clockwise ...

    http://scienceblogs.com/startswithabang/2010/10/07/counterclockwise-but-there-are/

  • www.windows2universe.org   Rotation of the Sun - Windows to the Universe

    Sunspots serve as markers that help us see the rotation of the Sun. Images courtesy SOHO (ESA & NASA). Animation by Windows to the Universe staff (Randy Russell).

    http://www.windows2universe.org/sun/Solar_interior/Sun_layers/differential_rotation.html

  • www.astronomycafe.net   Why does Venus rotate backwards from the other planets?

    Why does Venus rotate backwards from the other planets? The rotation period of Venus cannot be decided through telescopic observations of its surface markings ...

    http://www.astronomycafe.net/qadir/q50.html

  • education.seattlepi.com   The Direction of the Rotation of the Planets | …

    Planet Majority. Most of the planets rotate on their axes in a counterclockwise motion similar to their orbital revolution. The majority of the moons and asteroids ...

    http://education.seattlepi.com/direction-rotation-planets-6871.html

  • www.physicscentral.com   Ask a Physicist Answers

    Answer: Be careful – the planets rotate counter-clockwise if you view them looking "down" from the northern direction. But if you are looking "up" from the southern ...

    http://www.physicscentral.com/experiment/askaphysicist/physics-answer.cfm?uid=20120103093022

  • solarsystem.nasa.gov   Solar System Exploration: Planets: Uranus: Read More

    2014-04-28 · Like Venus, Uranus rotates east to west. Uranus' rotation axis is tilted almost parallel to its orbital plane, so Uranus appears to be rotating on its side.

    http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Uranus&Display=OverviewLong

  • phys.org   The planet Mercury

    Another consequence of its slow rotation is Mercury's spin-orbit resonance, which is 3:2. This means that the planet makes three completes rotations for every two orbits it makes around the sun. Mercury also has the …

    Phys.org   •   2 years ago

    http://phys.org/news/2015-08-planet-mercury.html

  • gizmodo.com   There May Be Dozens of 'Mini Moons' Zipping Around the Earth

    That’s right — Earth may have a rotating entourage of ‘mini moons’, and astronomers ... It was discovered in 2006 and orbited the Earth for about a year before escaping our planet’s gravity. Three meters may not …

    Gizmodo   •   2 years ago

    http://gizmodo.com/there-may-be-dozens-of-mini-moons-zipping-around-the-ea-1722363225

  • www.gizmodo.in   Meanwhile in the Future: The Earth Is Falling Into the Sun

    But what would happen if our rotation slowed to a stop? At that point, the planet would have exactly 64 1/2 days before it crashed into the sun. In this week's episode, we find out what would happen during those 64 1/2 …

    gizmodo.in   •   2 years ago

    http://www.gizmodo.in/science/Meanwhile-in-the-Future-The-Earth-Is-Falling-Into-the-Sun/articleshow/48351792.cms

  • astronomynow.com   Watch the Moon transit the Earth

    The power of near-continuous images showing Earth rotating through day-night cycles was envisioned by former Vice President Al Gore, who in 1999 proposed a satellite mission to monitor the planet from deep space.

    Astronomy Now   •   2 years ago

    http://astronomynow.com/2015/08/05/watch-the-moon-transit-the-earth/

  • www.spacedaily.com   Rotation of Planets Influences Habitability

    New research has revealed that the rate at which a planet spins is instrumental in its ability to support life. Not only does rotation control the length of day and night, it can also tug on the winds that blow through the atmosphere and ultimately ...

    Space Daily   •   3 years ago

    http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Rotation_of_Planets_Influences_Habitability_999.html

  • thespacereporter.com   Dawn spirals to closest orbit of Ceres

    The agency also released an animation of the small planet rotating, complete with color coding highlighting its newly-discovered topography. To date, Dawn has found long linear features on Ceres’ surface as well as a …

    The Space Reporter   •   2 years ago

    http://thespacereporter.com/2015/08/dawn-spirals-closest-orbit-ceres/

  • www.geek.com   Geek Answers: Why do all planets rotate and orbit in the same direction?

    Every 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4.1 seconds, the Earth spins once around its axis. We usually call this a “day” and just round it out to 24 hours. However, Earth is not the only thing spinning as it careens through space. Almost every celestial object ...

    Ryan Whitwam   •   Geek   •   4 years ago

    http://www.geek.com/science/geek-answers-why-do-all-planets-rotate-and-orbit-in-the-same-direction-1564529/

  • www.dailygalaxy.com   Speed of a Planet's Rotation Has Huge Effect on Possibility of Life

    “Rotation can have a huge effect, and lots of planets that we previously thought were definitely not habitable now can be considered as candidates,” says Dorian Abbot of the University of Chicago. New research has revealed that the rate at which a ...

    The Daily galaxy   •   3 years ago

    http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2014/08/speed-of-a-planets-rotation-has-a-huge-effect-on-possibility-of-life.html

  • www.alamogordonews.com   In Our Skies: Kepler has detected a whole lot of Earth-like planets

    that the planet's rotation may be tidally locked, i.e., it always keeps the same face towards its sun, just like the moon does to Earth. This would seemingly create dramatic dayside/nightside differences in its surface …

    Alan Hale   •   Alamogordo Daily News   •   2 years ago

    http://www.alamogordonews.com/alamogordo-news/ci_28562277/our-skies-kepler-has-detected-whole-lot-earth

  • www.spaceref.com   Equilibrium rotation of semiliquid exoplanets and satellites

    Unlike planets with solid mantles and Earth-like rheology, semiliquid bodies can be captured into stable pseudosynchronous spin resonance, where the average rate of rotation is higher than the synchronous 1:1 resonance. Two basic conditions are derived …

    SpaceRef   •   2 years ago

    http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=47567

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