The Sun had rings like Saturn in the past. NASA said. See here

Credit: NASA
Credit: NASA

The sun had rings like Saturn in the past. NASA has recently said this. The space agency claims that the Sun had these rings before the existence of the other planets in the Solar System, including before Earth. But it is believed that the giant sun rings were not made of space rocks or smaller cosmic objects, but mostly dust. Dust, which may have formed these rings after the Sun was created. 

Astronomers and astrophysicists also believe that these gigantic insights into the Sun may have hindered the Earth's development into a Super-Earth. In short, it is believed that these rings prevented the earth from being twice as large as it is now and prevented it from having a mass 10 times larger than it is now. It is possible that Earth would have been a Super-Planet if these giant rings did not exist. NASA also claimed that superplanets orbit about 30% of the Sun-like stars in our galaxy. 

However, scientists have not simply come to this conclusion. They first developed a simulation of the creation of the Solar System from its inception and then began to analyze the results. The results showed that pressure "disorders" or regions of high gas and dust pressure would have surrounded the Sun. Scientists have argued that areas of high pressure most likely resulted when the particles moved toward the Sun under its gravitational force, heated up, and released large amounts of vaporized gas.

In addition to observing how the particles moved, they also observed that there were three distinct areas where solid particles vaporized into the gas, called "sublimation lines." Thus the following conclusions were drawn: 

- In the line closest to the Sun, solid silicon turned into gas.

- In the middle line, the ice turned to gas (after ample heating).

- In the farthest line, carbon monoxide has become gas In short, everything turned into gas. 

After being transformed into gas, the rings began to create planets. The nearest ring of the Sun formed the planets of the inner solar system: Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. The middle ring would eventually turn into the planets of the outer solar system. And finally, the outer ring formed comets, asteroids and other small bodies in the Kuiper Belt.

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 13 January 2022, at 09:59 am Los Angeles time

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