The mini solar system is used by many different people all over the world for a variety of reasons. Some use it to help save money on their electricity bills each month, while others do it to help save the planets of our planet. While solar systems are wonderful and will definitely help you, they should only be one part of your overall plan for going green. You need to really focus on how much you are using your system as well as where you are wasting the most energy in your home. The following are some great solar systems tips and where you can find them.
The first tip is to remove the accretion disk from your solar system. Accretion disks are large pieces of left over solar cells that sit on your roof. They catch heat from the sun and then radiate it back into your home. Over time this will cause your power bill to go up because your system cannot trap as much heat anymore. If you want to keep your energy costs down, you will need to take this out of your mini solar system.
Jupiter is one of the two planets that could potentially come very close to our own planet. It would be extremely close that it would almost be like a Trojan asteroid! There are some really bad effects that a near Jupiter could have on our solar system. Some of those include:
First off, a near Jupiter will cause tides to go out. This would affect ocean currents and could possibly make hurricanes. Secondly, it would cause the planet’s atmosphere to thin out and possibly even create a thinned out atmosphere similar to what we see around some stars in our solar system. The last thing that would happen would be a giant asteroid collision.
Other things that could affect your mini solar system would be if there was an Earth-orbit collision. This would cause tidal waves, clouds, and many other effects that affect the solar system. The other thing that you need to remember is that the size of the asteroid or space rock that caused the alignment would determine how much energy it emitted. If the asteroid was big, then the waves would be stronger and the asteroid would throw off a large chunk of debris into the Jovian system. If the asteroid was small, then the waves would be much less and the asteroid would not have much of a disruption.
So, to answer your question: yes, Jupiter and Saturn could come very close to our solar system. However, it is unlikely that it would bring us any harm since it is only a one-way trip. A one way trip means that the objects would stay in the same orbit and move around, and that is all there is to the mini solar system.
You also have to think about gas giant moons of our solar system. The gas giant planets like Jupiter and Saturn are very far away and their orbits would not allow for giant asteroid collisions. In fact, it is unlikely that they could have any solid mass at all. Therefore, the collision idea would not work, at least not to the extent that it would with other smaller objects.
The solar system and the entire Universe could be filled with such giant rings, or mini black holes, or “solar vortexes”. This might sound like over-the-top, fringe theories, but these theories do have a basis in fact. There are more than a few scientists who believe that there are solid particles out there that we haven’t discovered yet, and if we ever do find them, they could result in some pretty incredible results.