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Any Astronomers In The AC House? Look At Where Our Solar System Is Now!!! Nasa Says Our Solar System Is In The Orion Belt!!!
I remember our solar system being on the edge of one of the Milky Ways' spiral arms-Sagittarius--now we are much closer to the galactic center!!!
HOW CAN WE STILL SEE THE ORION CONSTELLATION?
'It is also referred to by its full name, the Orion–Cygnus Arm, as well as Local Arm, Orion Bridge, and formerly, the Local Spur and Orion Spur. The Orion Arm is named for the Orion constellation, which is one of the most prominent constellations of Northern Hemisphere winter (Southern Hemisphere summer).'
Is our solar system shifting to the Orion Spur? lol or is this AI going haywire? Or stupid people listing the wrong info?
'Where is the Earth in the Milky Way galaxy?Our solar system is at the edge of a spiral arm called the Orion Arm, and is about two-thirds of the way from the center of our galaxy to the edge of the starlight. The Earth is the third planet from the sun in our solar system of nine planets'
I did a couple searches today 7/21/2017;
Heres some twisted bi-polar google searches;
Q how many light years across is the milky way galaxy;
The Milky Way is about 1,000,000,000,000,000,000km (about 100,000 light years or about 30 kpc) across. The Sun does not lie near the center of our Galaxy. It lies about 8 kpc from the center on what is known as the Sagittarius arm of the Milky Way.Sep 21, 2016
Question;where is our sun in the milky way;
'It's between the Sagittarius and Perseus Arms of the Milky Way. The image below shows it. Our sun is located the Orion Arm, or Orion Spur, of the Milky Way galaxy. It's a minor spiral arm, located between two other arms.May 20, 2014'
'The Solar System, including the Earth, lies within the Orion Arm. ... The Orion Arm is named for the Orion constellation, which is one of the most prominent constellations of Northern Hemisphere winter (Southern Hemisphere summer).'
'As we are part of the solar system Earth pretty much follows the path of the sun as it goes through its own orbit around the galaxy. The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy type so it has arms sort of like an octopus. The Sun is located near the outward tip of the Sagittarius arm of the Milky Way.'
This image is from 1997 and shows our solar system on Sagittarius;
Current Pic shows our solar system in Orion