At the moment the speed of the earth is the highest in the last 50 years. Scientists estimate that in 2021, the Earth will orbit the Sun in less than 24 hours as it rotates around its axis. While this news is being practiced, a video of the world revolving around its own axis is going viral on social media.
Even living on the surface of the earth, ordinary people cannot feel that ecliptic motion. But when the earth is spinning like a peacock, the plants in front of the eyes at that time, what if the sky also moved away? 3 years ago, a photographer showed that impossible task. Around that time lapse video, the practice is renewed.
Arias Nerenberg is one of the most active people in digital space right now. According to some netizens, he has made space a mobile captive. As an astronaut, he took pictures and videos of the movement of the moon, stars and galaxies through advanced technology. He also regularly posts it on YouTube and other social media. A video of him circling the world in 2016 is now viral.
Scientists have recently said that the speed of the earth at this moment is faster than in the last 50 years. They say that for the last few decades, it has taken more than 24 hours for the earth to spin on its own axis. However, since June 2019, that rotation is ending in less than 0.5 milliseconds.
As a result, the length of the day is also decreasing. July 5, 2005 was 1.0518 milliseconds less than 24 hours, or 8,400 milliseconds. The length of the day was still the shortest on that date. But in 2020 that record was broken a total of 28 times. July 19, 2019 is still the shortest day. The length of that day was 1.4602 milliseconds less than 6,400 milliseconds. Scientists claim that the new year is going to be even faster. That is, it will take less time for the earth to rotate on its own axis.
As soon as the issue came to the fore, the discussion about the rotation of the earth took place in Netpara. With that, there was a rush to see the pictures on social media. That is why there has been a new response to the video taken by Aria. Many people in India have shared the video on social media, one of them being actor Ritesh Deshmukh. Ritesh wrote on Twitter, ‘We know that the earth revolves around the sun just by eating Pak on its own axis.
But we can’t feel it. But astrophotographer Arie Nerenberg has captured this beautiful video, where we can see the rotation of the earth.
Ritesh has also explained in detail how Aria made the video. He said Aria had used ‘equatorial tracking mount’ technology to capture the rotation of the earth. He placed the camera in parallel with the pole star. In that situation, the camera captures every 12 seconds for 3 hours. The rotation of the earth has been captured in a beautiful way as the camera is fixed facing the galaxy.
The video has been viewed 16 lakh 7 thousand 734 times on Ariai’s account on YouTube. Ritesh’s post has been viewed by more than 6,000 people. The image has also been shared by NASA.