Why do inner planets of our solar system have negligible hydrogen in the atmosphere?

The Planet Earth
The atmosphere of Earth has negligible hydrogen gas.
( Image Credit: NASA)

The atmosphere of Earth has 78% Nitrogen and 21% oxygen but no Hydrogen gas. Mercury does not have atmosphere whereas Venus and Mars have an abundance of Carbon Dioxide. This indicates an absence of Hydrogen gas in the atmosphere of inner rocky planets of our solar system. Continue reading “Why do inner planets of our solar system have negligible hydrogen in the atmosphere?”

Amazing Outer Planets with no Surface

Surface of The Planet Jupiter
The planet Jupiter does not have well-defined
surface boundary

Earth is a beautiful planet which has beautiful mountains, valley, rivers, lands, lakes, and plants etc. All these things are present on the surface of Earth. Just imagine the Earth without any surface; you can’t imagine life on Earth if the surface is not present. Continue reading “Amazing Outer Planets with no Surface”