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Transcript of Jocelyn N.
The sun is a yellow dwarf star.
The sun is 4.5 billion years old.
The Sun gives us life to Earth and the Earth would have no life without energy it recieves from the sun.
If you weigh 100 pounds on Earth, you weigh
38 pounds on mercury.
It takes 224 days to orbit around the sun.
The clouds of Venus is filled with sulfuric acid.
Its atmosphere is mostly made
of carbon dioxide.
Earth has a powerful magnetic field.
There is one natural satellite of the earth.
Earth is the only planet not named after god.
Pieces of mars have fallen into earth.
Mars has the largest dust storms in the solar system.
Only 16 missions to Mars have been successful.
Eight spacecrafts have visited Jupiter.
It takes 88 Earth days to orbit.
It rotates so quickly that days are only 10 hours long.
A 100 pound object on Earth would weight 116 pounds on Saturn.
Saturn's rings are made up of billions of pieces of rocks and dust
Galileo was the first astronomer to observe Saturn's rings.
Uranus mass is more than 14 times larger than earth
Uranus and Neptune are both known as ice giants
Mercury is the most iron rich planet in the solar system with an iron core like earth.
Jupiter has a ring
Jupiter is covered by an ocean of hydrogen with a sludge- like consistency.
Uranus has 27 known satelites
Neptune has 19 known moons
Neptune has a rocky core
It goes around the sun once every 165 Earth Years.
Pluto has 5 moons
Pluto may be the largest dwarf planet
No space crafts have visited Pluto