NASA shows you the sunsets of the planets

Μία νέα προσομοίωση της NASA σας δείχνει πως θα βλέπατε τα ηλιοβασιλέματα αν ήσασταν στην , on Mars, Uranus and Titan.

Everyone loves a spectacular sunset. Earth has given us orange and red sunsets because of its atmosphere. But other celestial bodies, such as Mars or Uranus, experience very different sunsets with unexpected colors. Now, thanks to a NASA simulation, you can get a taste of the parato sunsets on alien worlds.

Geronimo Villanueva, one of NASA's planetary scientists, took a break from his main work to make simulations of extraterrestrial sunsets. The simulations could help scientists land spacecraft - probes on Uranus, Venus or Titan - a satellite of Jupiter.

Οι προσομοιώσεις είναι μαζεμένες σε ένα βίντεο και όλες δείχνουν θέα προς τον ουρανό, με έναν υπόλευκο κύκλο που αντιπροσωπεύει τον ήλιο. Σε μερικούς πλανήτες, όπως ο Ουρανός, ο ουρανός εξασθενεί σε ένα βαθύ μπλε με νότες από πράσινο ή τιρκουάζ. Σε άλλους, όπως ο Άρης, το φως εξασθενεί από ένα καφετί χρώμα σε ένα μπλε, καθώς τα σύννεφα σκόνης του Άρη διαπίζουν το μπλε φως καλύτερα από άλλα χρώματα.

NASA's simulations are simple, but they give you a good idea of ​​what life would be like on distant planets. The video deserves to be seen in the maximum resolution you can and of course in full . The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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