How much gold is there in the solar system?
Right now we have no idea about the whole solar system, but we have some idea about the sun.
The spectrum of the Sun shows that about 6 ten billionths (0.0000000006) of the Sun’s mass consists of gold atoms. Doesn’t sound like much does it? But, because the Sun is so big, this is a lot of gold! 1,200,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg). that’s a lot of gold
Some asteroids are also present with amount of gold in our solar system like
A single asteroid in our solar system, 241 Germania, has $95.8 trillion (£60) of mineral wealth inside it, about the same as the annual GDP of the entire WORLD.
The solar system was blessed by participating in its formation remains of the explosion of binary neutron stars, this generates the conditions for the existence of heavy metals and among them gold and platinum. That is why it is most likely that all the solid planets of the system have gold and the rest of the planets of the solar system, the gaseous ones, have gold atoms circling in their atmosphere and nuclei. The sun must also have some gold but because of its size, that something for us must be an immense amount. Not all planetary systems formed around their star have had this luck since the remains of neutron star explosions are scarce in the Universe, since this combination of binary stars and more on top of neutrons is very rare. in the solar system,