The West Edmonton Mall in Edmonton, Alberta, (Canada) is the largest shopping centre having 800 stores and services, as well as 11 major departmental stores. It has a plinth area of 4, 92, 386 sq. mts. and cost US $ 927 million.
Abell 2029 Cluster is the biggest galaxy, which is 80 times bigger than our Milky Way.
Activities such as Prominence and Sunspots, waxes and wanes during the solar cycle on the Sun, reaches the peak every 11 years. When at the maximum, the number of Sun spots increases. The temperature of prominence, a gas jet which rises for thousands of kilo-metres is more than 10,000°C.
Sound waves cannot travel in the moon, because there is no atmosphere there. So, however louder one shouts, it cannot be heard even at ear-shot distance.
A pressurized Space Suit for extra vehicular missions (outside the spacecraft) weighs 47 kg, of which the helmet alone is 4 kg. A special liquid is pumped through a network of tubes, 90 m in length, enabling the astronaut to maintain constant body temperature. The layers of Kevlar and Teflon protect the astronaut from cosmic radiation and grains of intergalactic dust.
The history of Earth can be divided into Palaeozoic Era and Mesozoic Era, with a sub division of the Triassic, the Zurassic, the Cretaceous and the Cainozoic Era. Palaeozoic Era had a wide range of living things. Mesozoic Era was the k time when dinosaurs lived.
The Cainozoic Era was the time when the human race began.
Moon, like a huge magnet, attracts liquid masses in the Earth's atmosphere, which causes high tides on seas.
This happens, twice, each day, approximately every 12 hours and 25 minutes.
Venus is the brightest heavenly body seen from the Earth, besides the Sun and the Moon. It is also the hottest and most inhospitable planet in the entire solar system. The ground temperature of Venus is, at least, 480°C - hot enough to melt even lead.
Neptune is four times larger than the Earth, and 30 times farther than the Earth from the Sun. It is believed to be a sea of liquid methane, surrounding a core of rock.
Every year, more than 50,000 earthquakes take place on Earth. Of these, most are too mild and negligible.