Why is Saturn So Special?
19 Mar 2021
Even though Saturn features a very dense solid core, it has a large outer layer made up of gases. It's this gaseous layer that gives the planet an average density of 687 kg/m3, the lowest density of all the planets. Not even water has this low density.
A Closer Look at Jupiter
24 Feb 2021
Known as a gas-giant planet, Jupiter is one of the most interesting outer space entities and has an atmosphere primarily made of helium and hydrogen. Scientists who have studied this planet reveal that it is covered in thick white, yellow, brown, and red clouds, which give it a striped look.
Is Neptune All Water?
14 Jan 2021
Like Uranus, Neptune is an icy giant planet located in the solar system's outer space. And while the planet is not all water, at least 80% of it is "icy" (made up of ammonia, methane, and water). Thus, the idea of water covering the entire planet is untrue.