It’s Friday. Let’s have some latest news from space, shall we?
Look at that – that’s the biggest thing we’ve ever made in space, the International Space Station.
Kinda funny-looking, isn’t it, but rather beautiful – particularly with a bona fide spaceship stuck to the top.
“The sun unleashed a massive solar storm today (June 7) in a dazzling eruption that kicked up a vast cloud of magnetic plasma that appeared to rain back down over half of the sun’s entire surface, NASA scientists say.”
Do you know how big that eruption is in this picture? It’s frickin’ bigger than you can imagine!
Seriously! You think you know what “big” is – think again. That vast cloud of magnetic plasma blowing out the side of the sun could hide millions of Earths inside it (well, I say “hide” – it would actually scour the planet clean!) You couldn’t even see our planet if it was in that picture, let alone the ISS (the biggest thing we’ve ever built in space, remember).