planets and stars are the opposite of outer space
it is not what it is limited by.. earth is what outer space is not.. like flowers are limited by outer space
side note, hypothetical thinking.. i think, that earth is bound to become a star, as compression is heat, and gravity on earth increases the more mass earth gains.. which goes to explain what a black hole also that it is not destruction as that would imply earth or planets are creations.. matter can at best transform not be destroyed.. so the end of the star earth might become is a black hole and a black hole if its not just a myth is transformation from energy of a start to outer space
i would just like to hear where there might be disagreement on these things and we can debate it
i am not my mind but my mind is mine to have..
The term "outer space" is generally defined as "space beyond the atmosphere of the earth". Within the context of this definition, the presence physical matter (i.e. stars, planets, and other astrological bodies) does not impact whether or not a location beyond the atmosphere of the earth may still be considered space. Hence planets are considered a component of "outer space" because they occupy a space beyond the atmosphere of the earth.
To address the formation of stars: stars form from superheated clouds of interstellar gas. Gravity causes the gas to condense and increase in temperature. The earth has not acquired more mass over time - the total mass on the planet is decreasing. This is because of gasses, such as hydrogen, escaping the outer atmosphere of the earth and entering outer space. The net mass of escaping gas exceeds the net mass of added matter (such as asteroids).
Thank you. I hope that his information has been helpful. For more information on the formation of stars I suggest the following link:
but there is no air in outer space
matter stays on earth, as matter attracts matter.. gravity
i see air or gasses on earth as the thin layer getting thinner and thinner the higher we speak of, so as i see it gasses can not leave earth.. unless it has no mass, and gas is mass :)
1) "Matter stays on earth, as matter attracts matter...gravity."
You are correct that the gravitational energy of the earth prevents the escape of most atmospheric gasses! I was alluding a phenomenon known as "atmospheric escape". Extremely light gasses (hydrogen and helium) have relatively small mass values comparable to the cumulative atmosphere. These light gasses rise to the edges of the atmosphere while heavier gasses (oxygen or carbon) remain closer to the earth. Think of a balloon filled with helium rising because it is comparatively lighter than the surrounding air. These light gasses can escape the atmosphere when excited by solar winds or other energies. When these molecules become excited, they achieve enough energy to escape the atmosphere. I will include a citation with more information regarding this topic here: https://en.wikipedia.org...
2) "There is no air in outer space."
Although there does not exist a breathable "atmosphere" in outer space, there do exist individual particles of gasses and other elements. We actually observe a "partial vacuum" within the context of outer space - not a "perfect vacuum". The free particles in outer space actually include those escaped molecules mentioned in the previous paragraph! I will include another reference for information on vacuums: https://en.wikipedia.org...
You are correct in asserting that the atmosphere of the earth decreases in density as we rise further from the surface! Remember that there is no distinct barrier between the "atmosphere" and" space". Gasses rise along a continuum of decreasing pressure rates approaching the vacuum of space. As gasses move further from the surface of the earth, the influence of gravity diminishes. I hope that this has been helpful!
im not saying gravity is energy though, more like water droplets seeking to merge if you put them close to each other.. gravity is matter as i see it.. unlike magnetism which is stored electrical interference
hmm, helium, cool hadnt thought of that.. but, put helium into the air and it mixes, so i dont think it escapes..
as i see it, there is a "distinct barrier" between the atmosphere and outer space, because air is an absolute value.. if you poor to much water in a glass it will overflow for sure, its an absolute value.. in the same way, i see outer space a bit like a vacuum in comparison as a barrier between earths atmosphere and outer space
im not sure how you disagree with the my hypothesis?
Unfortunately, there is no measurable single barrier between the atmosphere and the vacuum of space. If we define the atmosphere as the portion hospitable to humans, then the viability of atmospheric conditions is contingent on the condition of the individual. Most orbital telescopes actually orbit within the observable atmosphere - the exosphere. Ultimately, the burden of proof for identifying the precise end of the atmosphere falls to the instigator. I am sorry if my explanation has proven inadequate. Please refer to the sources I have provided in this and subsequent posts.
To address the concept of the earth accumulating enough mass to become a star; the primary elements of the mantle and core are not conducive to producing a star no matter the pressure or temperature. I included additional information regarding this topic in the comment section.
Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to discuss this topic. I hope that this debate has been both entertaining and helpful for all participants.