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# How does NASA celebrate Pi Day?

Today, March 14 (3.14) is known as Pi () day, and for this
reason, **NASA** has prepared various programs. <//>

You must have heard the name "Pi Day" by now. It is held every year on March 14 (March 23 or 24). March 14, or the month of the 14th day of the year, which is the three famous mathematical constants of the famous "numerical pi" (3.14).

This constant indicates the ratio of the circumference to the
diameter of the circle. No matter **How** big or small the
circle is, this ratio will always be 3.14. It sounds a bit magical,
but it's just math magic.

You often see that the number pi is written as 3.14, but is actually roughly equal to 4 3.14159, and so on with different numbers indefinitely. Finds. This infinite sense is to some extent what makes Pi (and Day Pi) so fascinating.

Here is a hint of some of this years interesting stuff about Pi Day that is cherished by science lovers around the world. This day is a unique combination of entertainment and education and anyone can participate.

Defining Pi Number

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

## 5 Interesting Facts About Pi Number

- Keeping People Decimals compete more than that. The current record is held by Rajveer Meena, who has memorized up to 70,000 decimal places.
- It is used as a stress test for computers. Pi calculations are a kind of digital cardiogram for computers.
- A men's cologne from the Givenchy brand is called Pi. So if you are a thinker and interested in these topics, Perfume Pi can tell you.
- Pi with other letters. Pi is also known as Archimedes' constant or Ludolph's number.
- The protagonists of the story also sometimes use pi. Spock, for example, destroys an evil computer in the fourteenth episode of the second season of the Star Trek sci-fi series by constantly engaging it in calculating the value of pi.

## History of the day Physicist Larry Shaw of the day He founded the Exploratorium Science Pioneer Museum in San Francisco in 1988 as part of his larger work. At the first Pi Day celebration, both staff and people marched around one of the museum's circular spaces while eating ">

Physicist Larry Shaw

Credit: Ronhip/Wikipedia.

**celebrate** the day after **NASA**

**NASA** has been holding an online Pi celebration since
March 10th. This celebration will continue until March 15 (March
15). The agency has prepared many resources on this subject,
including 10 Ways to **celebrate** Pi Day, 18 Ways **NASA**
to Use Pi, Lessons in the Sky, Planet Pi, and the Pi Day
Challenge.

**NASA** will announce the answers March 24. It also includes
an article called "Learning Moments" that discusses the science
behind mathematical problems. Additionally, you can download mobile
and desktop wallpapers on NASA's Day Challenge page.

## Planet ="caption-attachment-1072052"
class="wp-caption-text"> Graphic design of the planet

Credit: **NASA** Ames/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle/Christine
Daniloff/MIT

It is actually about the size of Earth, and its radius is 95% of the radius of our planet. It also has similarities to Venus and, like Earth's sister planet, is a very hot place with temperatures reaching 177 degrees Celsius. It orbits a red dwarf star (or dwarf M) that is 1.5 times colder than our Sun. EPIC 249631677 186 light-years from Earth.

Cover Photo: Graphic Design for **NASA** Day Challenge

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Source: EarthSky