Scientists discovered that the sun’s rays “paint” Pluto.
Scientists have discovered that the surface of Pluto can redden and darken the blue sky.
This is reported by researchers in the 48th lunar and planetary science conference in The Woodlands.
The dwarf planet’s atmosphere is more complex than previously noted. Change the color of the planet is that individual sections of the atmosphere “fold” and allow sunlight to “paint” the planet.
Researchers put emphasis on the fact that the particles of cosmic radiation would be evenly paint over the entire surface of the planet, but Pluto is not monochrome. He is one of the most contrast of bodies in the Solar system.
This may be due to the fact that there has been a recurrent collapse of areas of the atmosphere with precipitation of the frozen gases on the planet’s surface and radiation from space.
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