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Do all known planets rotate anticlockwise?

The earth rotates anticlockwise. Do all known planets (and suns?) rotate anticlockwise?

Derek Gouldsworthy

55+

at what rate are stars being consumed by the black hole at the centre of the Milky Way galaxy?

At what rate are stars being consumed by the black hole at the centre of the Milky Way galaxy?

steve w

Why can’t we see galaxies moving away from us?

How are galaxies speeding away from earth at 1 million meters per second? Why dont they look like they are moving that fast?

Asked by: Tiana

How do we float in space?

How do we float in space?
St.Anselms RC Primary School (Age 5-14)
Sylvia Kucharska-Nguyen and Year 3 from Kent (age 5-14)

How do we know when the universe will end?

How do we know when the universe will end?
Nicola Symeonides from Essex (Aged 5-14)

How long would it take to get to the furthest planet?

How long would it take to get to the furthest planet?
Joseph Poole and Nijieal Travasso from Wiltshire (Age 5-14)

How many large objects have been identified in the universe?

How many large objects (stars or planets / solid or gas) have been identified in the universe, so far and are there estimates about how many more will be discovered in the next 100 years? Is it known / acknowledged that the universe is expanding continuously and that there are an infinite number of large objects?
Peter Hayhurst from Cheshire (Aged 55+)