How do planets work?

How do planets work?

How do planets work?

The planets are created from dust and gas present around a star in what is called the “proto-planetary” accretion disk. The dust particles of this disc gradually agglomerate under the effect of electrostatic forces.

How to act for the planet?

Reduce our energy consumption. It’s efficient: we consume less oil, gas and coal and therefore emit less greenhouse gas*. We also reduce certain types of pollution that degrade our environment. Influence transport, which is the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases*.

Why do we need to protect the oceans?

They we allow you to breathe oceans are also veritable “carbon pumps”: they absorb approximately 30% of global CO2 emissions, which makes them essential in the fight against climate change.

How do the planets rotate?

The planets of our solar system, except Venus and Uranus, turn on themselves in the same prograde or direct (counter-clockwise) direction when viewed from their North Pole, i.e. when viewed from above the plane of the ecliptic.

How does the solar system work?

The day/night alternation: The Earth rotates on itself while being tilted in relation to the Sun. The fact that it turns on itself means that there is always a part exposed to the sun: it is day there, while another part remains in the shade: it is night. During rotation, this is gradually reversed.