cosmic dust

  • New research has found for the first time that the “ecliptic clouds” before dawn and after dusk come from cosmic dust particles

    Schematic diagram of the Milky Way galaxy. (Shutterstock) A new study found that the faint sunlight people see in the sky before dawn and after dusk is actually the effect of the zodiacal cloud. It is estimated that up to 30000 tons of ecliptic dust particles fall into the earth’s atmosphere every year Ecliptic clouds are dust clouds that surround the inner circumference of the solar system. Scientists have always thought that these dust particles come from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, or comets belonging to the Jupiter…

    May 19, 2022 science