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how to made earth?

By Santosh RokaPublished 2 months ago 1 min read
how to made earth?

Over the last several billion years, Earth has been pounded by asteroids struck into other planets have frozen over multiple times instances or occasions let alone being governed by various types of bizarre creatures Sometimes we are amazed by our blue Homeworld has managed to endure. however, if we desire to go on a quick tour we will need to study the history of our planet. begin right from the very start approximately four and a half billion years in the past the clouds of dust and gas around 4.6 billion years ago. a thick cluster of interstellar gas and This Cloud disintegrated into dust. spinning mass of material that became more heated Continuing to increase in temperature until hydrogen combined to form helium and in a blink of an eye, our son came into the world and baby Earth was also in transit once our star was born, all the subject at the most extreme points of the Rotating disk started to coalesce into a clump. these clusters will serve as the starting point for the celestial bodies within our solar system system as they gathered additional material they became larger and more round in shape clusters in the colder areas of the The majority of objects in the solar system were primarily composed of ice. fluids like liquids and gases nearer to the Sun, all the solid material created inner planets such as Mars and The planet Earth.


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  • Ameer Bibi2 months ago

    Great story

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