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COMIC: Rat’s Nest #3
Olivia MoreyFebruary 28, 2024
 

    Fast Facts: Nov. 4

    • Only 48 percent of the sun’s energy actually reaches Earth.
    • Uranus has 21 moons.
    • Approximately 26,000 meteorites crash to Earth each year.
    • There are more than 7,000 asteroids in the solar system. Only one is visible to the naked eye.
    • It takes Pluto 25 years to receive as much solar energy as Earth receives in one minute.
    • Every square meter of the surface of Earth receives 240 watts of sunlight.
    • The three most common elements in the universe: hydrogen, helium and oxygen.
    • Goldfish have better memory in cold water than in warm water.
    • Some Arctic and Antarctic fish have proteins in their blood that act as antifreeze.

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