Why can’t planes travel in space? (25 Science Facts Few People Know)

Why can’t planes travel in space? What creature can only an elephant the size of its tongue reach? Where’s the one place you can’t shed your tears even if you wanted to? Do you know what is the only food that does not go bad even after years? Here are scientific facts most of us never knew…

Why can’t planes travel in space? In fact, planes, which are now part of our daily lives, cannot even leave our planet and go into space! Because for an object to leave our planet, it must reach at least a speed of mach 33 (40,000 kilometers per hour).
If we try to fit the Earth into 24 hours since its existence, humans can only fill 1 minute and 17 seconds of this time.
It’s hard to believe, but this shark called Helicoprion is believed to have lived 270 million years ago. The interesting thing about these animals was their round jaw structure in the shape of a saw.
There are more English speakers in China than in America.
Never eat snow unless absolutely necessary. Your body uses a lot of energy to melt the snow. Only eat snow as a last resort if you are dehydrated, as your body has to give off a lot of heat to extract water from the snow.
Survival experts always remember the “rule of three.” Humans can generally survive 3 minutes without breathing oxygen, 3 hours without shelter in extreme weather conditions, 3 days without water, and 3 weeks without food.
The magnitude 8.9 earthquake that struck Japan in 2011 was so powerful that Earth’s days were shortened by 1.8 microseconds.
Ants can survive under water for 2 weeks if necessary.
One cannot cry in an environment where there is no gravity. Because the tear cannot move to the ground and cannot get out of the eye.
Human hip bones are much stronger than concrete.
Mosquito repellent sprays don’t actually bother and prevent mosquitoes from approaching. It blocks the receptors of mosquitoes and, in a way, hides people.
There are thought to be more than 400 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy alone.
A person consumes at least 28,000 liters of air and 500 liters of oxygen per day.
275 million new stars are born every day.
The loneliest whale in the world This whale has no friends, no family… He is always alone… The only reason is that he speaks a different language than other whales and the whales cannot understand his language…
The regions where the world’s population is most concentrated are colored from white to red, depending on the degree of density.
You have two eyes, and each is made up of 130 million optic nerve cells. And considering that there are 100 trillion atoms in each cell, this number is even more than the number of all the stars in the universe…
180 species of fish grow and survive in deep waters without seeing any light.
This aquatic creature called Fenersi is a good example… They usually live at the bottom of the sea and never see sunlight!
Clench your fist if you have trouble remembering a word. This helps increase your brain activity and improve your memory.
In an emergency, a pastel can burn for 30 minutes.
The number of stars in the sky is even greater than the number of grains of sand in the desert on Earth.
A human can penetrate the heart vessels of a blue whale, which can weigh up to 600 kilograms.
With just one day of sunlight reaching the world, the world can meet its energy needs for 27 years.
An average person; It blinks 23,000 times, beats 100,000 times with its heart, breathes 23,000 times, filters 1500 liters of blood with its liver, produces 2 liters of acid with its stomach.

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