WELCOME TO SPACE
What is the Space?In space, no one can hear you scream. This is because there is no air in space. It is a vacuum. Sound waves cannot travel through a vacuum.
'Outer space' begins about 100 km above the Earth, where the shell of air around our planet disappears. With no air to scatter sunlight and produce a blue sky, space appears as a black blanket dotted with stars.
Space is also filled with many forms of radiation that are dangerous to astronauts. Much of this infrared and ultraviolet radiation comes from the Sun. High energy X-rays, gamma rays and cosmic rays, particles travelling close to the speed of light, arrive from distant star systems.
The amazing aircraft made traveling in space like flying a plane. It can take passengers into space, and it can also bring them back to the Earth.
Spacesuit are incredible devices that allow astronarts to work safely in outer space.
Becoming an astronart is human's dream. However, to fulfill this dream one has to put in great amount of hard work and undergo excessive training.
Stellar classification is a classification of stars based on their spectral characteristics.