Why don’t astronauts fall back to Earth? What happens if you shoot a gun in space? How big of a squirt gun would you need to put out the sun? Don’t end your day with these pressing questions unanswered.
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Just as we rotate around the Sun, the Sun rotates around the core of the Milky Way; moving at an average speed of 143 miles per second, it takes 225 to 250 million terrestrial years to complete one rotation around the galaxy’s core.