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Is the sun a gas or solid?

Is the sun a gas or solid?

The Sun is our nearest star. It is, as all-stars are, a hot ball of gas made up mostly of Hydrogen. Sun is the only star that makes life on earth possible.

The Sun does not have a solid surface like Earth, Moon, Mars, or Neptune. The sun contains
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Did you know Neutron stars can spin at a rate of 600 rotations per second?

Did you know Neutron stars can spin at a rate of 600 rotations per second?

A neutron star is the collapsed core of a massive supergiant star, which had a total mass of between 10 and 25 solar masses, possibly more if the star was especially metal-rich. The Neutron stars rotate very fast several hundred times per second.

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Did You Know What's The World's First Meme?

Did You Know What's The World's First Meme?

Internet memes are the most popular content format these days. They get viral within a very short period of time and make a big influence. The first-ever memes were captioned "What You Think You Look Like vs. What You Actually Look Like", you can see
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Did you know what is the distance between Earth and the Moon?

Did you know what is the distance between Earth and the Moon?

The Moon is the fifth-largest in the solar system. On average, the distance from Earth to the moon is about 238,855 miles (384,400 km). Moon is Earth's only natural satellite.

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How much weight an ant can lift?

How much weight an ant can lift?

Different estimates state that ants can carry 10 - 50 times their body weight. According to, The Journal of Biomechanics ants can lift up to 5,000 times their own body weight.

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Did you know, ants have no ears?

Did you know, ants have no ears?

Ants don’t have ears. Instead, they use their feet to sense the vibrations. They hear by feeling vibrations in the ground through their feet.

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Did you know there are about 12,000 species of ants around the world?

Did you know there are about 12,000 species of ants around the world?

There are more than 12,000 species of ants all over the world. And, the amount is quite thinkable. Just imagine what if they evaluate their brains like humans.

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Did you know how do ants communicate?

Did you know how do ants communicate?

Ants communicate using chemicals. They sense these chemicals with their antennae. The chemical so released is pheromones. Their exchanged messages maybe something life, food, attack, and so on.

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Did you know the world's first patent ever was granted to Filippo Brunelleschi?

Did you know the world's first patent ever was granted to Filippo Brunelleschi?

The first recorded patent ever was given to Filippo Brunelleschi. He was an architect and engineer from Florence. He was granted this patent in 1421 for an industrial invention.

The patent was granted for a period of three years for the manufactur
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Did You Know The Microwave Oven was an accidental invention?

Did You Know The Microwave Oven was an accidental invention?

A Microwave Oven is a cooking apprentice that cooks food by exposing it to electromagnetic radiation. It cooks food instantly. Percy LeBaron Spencer was a self-taught engineer who invented this accidentally when he was working on magnetrons (vacuum t
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50+ Interesting Fun Facts About Horses

50+ Interesting Fun Facts About Horses

The horse is a hoofed herbivorous mammal of the family Equidae. They are domestic as well as wild.

1) Once upon a time, Horses were a primary source of transportation.

2) Let’s talk about their eating habits.

3) The stomach size is small. Th
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Did You Know Saccharin Was An Accidental Invention?

Did You Know Saccharin Was An Accidental Invention?

Saccharin is a zero-calorie artificial sweetener. It's 300–400 times sweeter than sugar and commonly used to replace it. The artificial sweetener Saccharin was got invented in 1879.

Saccharin is a sugar substitute that was found during investigati
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