Earth is moving faster than at any time in the last 50 years

The Earth is moving faster than at any time in the last 50 years. Scientists are now worried about how to manage it. At this time, the Earth is moving more quickly than común. Earth is completing around on its axis before 24 hours. This change in the Earth came in the middle of last year. Let us know how fast the Earth is moving? How will it affect our lives?

We all know that the Earth rotates one axis on its axis in 24 hours. We have been listening to the same thing for years. But do you know that there is a change in the time the Earth rotates on its axis? There is no need to be surprised, but this is a fact on which scientists worldwide are also doing research. This change in the Earth’s rotation on its axis is from June last year. According to the Daily Mail, in June last year, the speed of the Earth has decreased by 0.5 milliseconds.

Earth is moving faster than at any time in the last 50 years.

Earth rotates on its axis in 24 hours. But from June last year till now, the Earth is moving faster on its axis. Because of this, the time of all the countries on earth changes. Scientists will have to change the time of the atomic clock present in their respective places. That is, this time, scientists will have to add negative leap seconds to their watches. In all, 27 leap seconds have been added since the year 1970.

Earth is moving faster than at any time in the last 50 years.
Earth is moving faster than at any time in the last 50 years.

According to the news published in the British website Daily Mail, for the past several decades, the Earth was rotating on its axis for more than 24 hours, but since June last year, it has been making a rotation in less than 24 hours. At this time, the Earth is rotating with a time of 0.5 milliseconds in 24 hours. That is, our 24 hours have been reduced by 0.5 milliseconds.

Scientists say the day of July 19, 2020, was 1.4602 milliseconds less than 24 hours. The shortest day was recorded in 2005. Let us tell you that the movement of the Earth can be estimated only at the atomic block. Now there is a big question of whether it will affect our life or any other things. So the answer is no.

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Scientists say the day of July 19, 2020, was 1.4602 milliseconds less than 24 hours. The shortest day was recorded in 2005. Let us tell you that the movement of the Earth can be estimated only at the atomic block. Now there is a big question of whether it will affect our life or any other things. So the answer is no.

For the last 50 years, the correct figure of the Earth’s rotation is being extracted. There are 86,400 seconds in 24 hours. In other words, our Earth completes around. But since June last year, there has been a decrease of 0.5 milliseconds in 86,400 seconds. The day of July 19, 2020, was 1.4602 milliseconds less than 24 hours.
The shortest day before 2020 was in 2005. But in the last 12 months, this record has been broken 28 times in total. This change of time can only be seen at the atomic clock. But due to this, many problems can come. There can be a lot of trouble in our communication system. Because our satellites and communication devices are set according to solar time. This time is set according to the position of stars, moon, and sun.
Dr. Madhavan Rajeevan, chairman of the National Center for Earth Science Studies, says that this change in the speed of the Earth cannot be felt in everyday life. According to him, it also does not affect our lives. But these changes matter for the calculation of scientists. However, he also says that such a change is completely natural, which happens after a few decades. Its effect will not be seen on our environment either.

Scientists from the Paris-based International Earth Rotation Service have added 27 leap seconds since the 70s to keep pace with the times. The last time was added the leap year 2016. But now the time has come to remove the leap second. That is to add negative leap seconds.

National Physical Laboratory Senior Research Scientist Peter Whibberly said that it is true that the Earth is completing around in less time than its scheduled time. This has happened for the first time in the last 50 years. It may happen that people living on Earth have to add negative leap seconds to move with time.

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