In the Solar system went a chain of volcanic eruptions: what will happen to the Earth? – news ZIK.UA

A monitor volcanoes on Earth. But volcanoes are not only on our planet, scientists have recorded the eruption of volcanoes on many planets and moons throughout our Solar system.

One gets the impression that she went to the chain of eruptions that can reach our planet. NASA employees told about the incredible volcanic activity on Jupiter’s moon called IO. Now there are more than four hundred active volcanoes and formed a new, powerful volcano, most likely due to the force of gravity of Jupiter, which puts pressure on your companion Informs news.enovosty.com.

У Сонячній системі пішов ланцюжок вивержень вулканів: що буде з Землею? – новини ZIK.UA

But scientists were struck by not only the activity of the volcano on the moon IO. They note that Venus and the moons of Saturn also active volcanoes began eruption. In addition, the atmosphere of Venus and is beginning to change and fix it for more than 10 years.

Ufologists believe that the culprit is a huge space object that is accidentally or intentionally entered our Solar system and under the influence of enormous gravitational forces of the volcanoes started to “Wake up”. Some people blame the mysterious planet Nibiru, which according to some is moving toward Earth.

Scientists try to explain all the activity of the Sun, but interesting is the fact that the activity has not changed for over 60 years and this explanation can be called mediocre. If volcanoes on Earth due to unknown circumstances start to become more active, this may call into question the continued existence of our civilization.

Previously, scientists have discovered the fastest object in the Galaxy. This is the bright star ETA Carinae, which two centuries ago threw the flaming bundles of matter, accelerated to a fantastic speed of 20 thousand kilometers per second, or 6% of the speed of light.

This Keel has an unusual history. For the first time on the map of the sky the star is indicated by the English astronomer Edmund Halley in 1677. During the 18th century and early 19th century the brightness of this star is periodically increased and decreased. In 1827 its brightness increased rapidly, reaching a maximum in April 1843. At that moment, she eclipsed all other lights in the sky except Sirius, located about a thousand times closer to the Earth than the ETA Carinae remote from us at 7800 light-years.

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