Sun's rotating core

9 Apr 2018

Jovan sent in a raft of links - most of them dated. In case you missed them here is another opportunity. Ice on Mars is the subject at http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/d-brief/2017/11/15/life-on-mars-ice/ ... which is basically saying that if micro-organisms existed on Mars in the past where might they have survived. In icy regoliths is one idea.

At http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/2017/07/24/rogue-planets-universe/#.Ws... ... the search is on for rogue planets in the Milky Way - known as free orphans. Also, www.astronomy.com/mews/2017/07/hunt-for-nearby-exoplanets/ ... the hunt for exoplanets in other galaxies.

At www.astronomy.com/news/2017/08/suns-core-rotates-once-a-week/ ... the core of the Sun rotates once a week it has been deduced, much quicker than the outer layers of the Sun. While at www.astronomy.com/news/2018/03/fingerprinting-the-very-first-stars#.WsSM... ... discovering the very first stars (after Big Bang). We are told that after Big Bang the universe was dark and cold (almost dark and void) - no galaxies, no quasars, no supernovae, nothing (almost a page out of the Genesis book). The universe consisted of hydrogen gas floating in an omnipotent sea of background radiation (the leftovers of Big Bang). Did the author go to Sunday school we may wonder as over time, gravity shepherded hydrogen gas into compact clouds which ultimately collapsed to form the first stars.

Finally, does co2 cool temperatures as well as warm them? Go to www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/03/does_the_greenhouse_gas_co2_coo...