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Juan Z.(Solar System)
Transcript of Juan Z.(Solar System)
The Sun is 4.6 Billion Years old, and its surface area is 11,990 bigger than Earth's surface area
The Sun's surface temperature is about 5,500 Celsius.
Mercury's surface temperature is about -173 to 427 Celsius.
Venus was first recorded around 17 th century by
Venus's surface temperature is about 462 degrees Celsius.
A year on Venus is about 225 Earth days.
Earth is the only planet that is not named after a god.
Earth is slowing down every year. Every few years a second is added.
Earth is the brightest planet in the solar system, because of the light reflecting of the water's surface.
A year on Mars is about 686.98 Earth days.
Mars's surface temperature is about -87 to -5 degrees Celsius
Mars is 227,943,824 km away from the Sun
Jupiter is known to have 67 moons orbiting around Jupiter.
Jupiter was first recorded around 7 th to 8 th century, by Babylonian astronomers.
Jupiter is mostly made out of gases so Jupiter is known as the gas giant.
One year on Saturn is about 29.4 Earth days.
Saturn's atmosphere is mostly made out of hydrogen .
Saturn's ring is mostly made out of chunks of ice and carbonaceous dust.
Uranus is the coldest planet in the solar system with -224 degrees Celsius.
Only one spacecraft has passed by Uranus.
Uranus has two set of rings that are to dark to see.
Neptune is the last planet in the solar system.
It takes Neptune 18 hours to completely rotate
Also Neptune has 14 moons!
A year on Pluto is about 246.04 Earth days
Mercury was first recorded around 14 th century by Assyrian Astronomers.
Mercury has no moon.
Pluto is known to have five moons.
Pluto may be the largest dwarf planet in the solar system.
The Sun's mass is about 1,989,100,000,000,000,000,000 kg (333,060 multiplied Earth.