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An incredible animation by a planetary scientist shows how fast each planet spins by putting them in one giant globe
Jupiter's Great Red Spot zips around 2.4 times faster than Earth, while Venus spins so slowly you can't tell it's moving backwards.
A stunning animation by a planetary scientist shows how huge our solar system is — and why that makes it so hard to depict
The planets are so far apart, and the sun is so big, that you wouldn't be able to see anything in an accurate model of the solar system.
Warp speeds in ‘Star Trek’ are achingly slow, and a simple animation by a former NASA scientist proves it
The animation shows how long it takes the starship Enterprise in "Star Trek" to reach Pluto at warp factors that break the known laws of physics.
Japan dropped a bomb on an asteroid in the name of science, as it tries to learn more about the history of the solar system
Japan's JAXA space agency offloaded the bomb on Ryugu asteroid on Friday. The agency's mission could help determine the origins of the solar system.