If someone asks you your age and you're too shy to reveal it, be creative and tell them your Mars age! This will make you appear much younger. Ladies, in particular, will be interested in learning their Mars age. You can figure it out here... Never, ever discuss your Venus age, and much less your Mercury age. These are the most dangerous ages, so keep them hidden forever.
The fact is that we all have a Venus age and a Mars age; our Venus age is the one people usually think about when they hear about our birth month. It's the one that changes every year based on how many days are left over from the last time it changed. The Mars age is the one that doesn't change; it remains the same until it wears out. That's why there's no use in worrying about it.
Our Venus age shows up as soon as puberty begins; it's the age that appears on our driver's license. At this age, our bones are still solid and dense, which is why adults often mistake us for being older than we are. As we start moving more and spending more time outside, our muscles get tired faster which causes our Mars age to show up. This is the age that appears on social security cards and tax returns.
It's important to remember that neither of these ages is true age; instead, they are estimates based on what happened to our chromosomes on December 28th of the previous year.
In the solar system, your age is: On Earth, you are 24 years old. You are 99.59 years old on Mercury. You are 39.02 years old on Venus. You are 12.76 years old on Mars. You are 2.02 years old on Jupiter. You are 0.81 years old on Saturn. You are 0.29 years old on Uranus. You are 0.15 years old on Neptune. You are 0.1 years old on Pluto.
These are the only planets that exist in our solar system today in their original states. The others used to be larger but were either torn apart or knocked off-course by other objects.
For example, NASA scientists think that about 10 million years ago, a large planet called Theia hit Earth head-on and was destroyed. Theia's impact triggered an avalanche of events that led to the formation of Moon. So, actually, Earth has been through three major changes since its creation over 4.5 billion years ago! The first two occurrences were due to collisions with other planets, and the last one was due to collision with a moon.
The solar system formed about 5 billion years ago from a giant cloud of gas and dust called the Solar Nebula. As this cloud collapsed under its own weight, stars were born. These stars later died, leaving behind small planets with the Earth still attached.
Over time, many factors can cause planets to change shape or even disappear. A new planet may form when a star collapses and forms a dense ball of material that eventually becomes big enough to be called a "planet".
From 1983 until 2020, there will be 37 years. If I was born in 1983, what is my age on other planets?
I have two answers for this question: either I'll be 100 years old or 367 years old.
If I was born in 1983, then I'll be turning 37 years old in about 9 months. The fact that we're being told to add three months to our age shows how much time has passed since I was born. In the meantime, I've been sent on many adventures and have learned many things.
In the year 1066, William the Conqueror won the Battle of Hastings. This marked the beginning of the reign of the Norman kings of England.
In 1492, Christopher Columbus sailed the Ocean Sea and discovered America. This event opened up trade routes between Europe and the Americas, which helped develop countries such as Spain and Italy.
In 1865, Abraham Lincoln was shot dead at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C. During the American Civil War, he preserved the Union by abolishing slavery. After his death, Mary Todd Lincoln married Andrew Johnson, who was known as "Lincoln's Accidental President."
A year on Venus is half the length of a year on Earth— A Venus year is around 0.615 the length of an Earth year. We divide your Earth age by 0.615 to get your Venus age. Venus does not have months since the duration of a month is determined by the orbit of the Earth's moon. However, because Venus orbits the Sun every 224 days, its day is always the same length (24 hours).
In other words, a day on Venus is identical to a night on Earth. The only difference is that while it takes you one day to go from sunup to sundown, it takes Venus exactly two revolutions around the Sun. The amount of time it takes for Venus to rotate once around the Sun is called its "year". Because years are different on Earth and Venus, so too are birthdays. Your birthday on Earth is the day you were born, but your birthday on Venus is the day after you reach sexual maturity - when you become capable of reproduction.
The reason why we need to know your Venus age is that both humans and Venusians live longer on Venus than they do on Earth. On Earth, people usually die at about 80 years old, but there are examples of people living well past 100. On Venus, average life expectancy is approximately 585 years. The only way for a Venusian to actually die is if the planet itself collapses in on itself due to the excessive heat produced by the iron core which makes up nearly 90% of the surface area.
Mars' mass is smaller than that of Earth, hence time moves faster there than on Earth. As a result, you would age faster on Mars than you would on Earth. You would be born on Mars and die on Mars, but your years there would be shorter than yours on Earth.
This effect is called Martian Time-Speedup and it was first calculated by NASA scientist Edgar Mitchell in the 1990s. His calculation showed that if you traveled at a constant speed across Mars then you would experience one day for every two months. Because plants need about twice as much time as humans do to grow, this would mean that a plant could only live for about a year on Mars before it died. However, because oxygen is used up more quickly on Mars than it is here, animals might be able to live longer than a year.
Mitchell's study also showed that if you walked at a moderate pace then your years on Mars would be about the same as your years on Earth. If you ran then your years on Mars would be even shorter. The effect is so strong that in 400 years you would have aged 30 years on Mars!
However, because the atmosphere is thinner on Mars than here then people would also need to breathe harder than we do now to stay alive.