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Madeline B. (solar system)

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Transcript of Madeline B. (solar system)

Mercury
Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system
Mercury is the second densest planet
Mercury has a molten core
Jupiter has unique cloud features
Jupiter has a thin ring system
Jupiter is the fourth brightest object in the solar system
Jupiter
Saturn
Saturn can be seen with the naked eye
Saturn is the flattest planet
Saturn is made mostly of oxygen
Venus
Venus is the hottest planet in our solar system
Venus is the second brightest object in the night sky
Venus rotates counter-clockwise
Neptune was not known to the ancients
Neptune spins on its axis very rapidly
Neptune is the smallest of the ice giants
Neptune
Mars
Mars and Earth have approximately the same landmass
Mars takes its name from the Roman god of war
Pieces of Mars have fallen to Earth
Sun
One million Earths could fit inside the Sun
The Sun contains 99.86% of the mass in the Solar System
The Sun travels at 220 kilometres per second
Earth
The Earth was once believed to be the center of the universe
Earth is the only planet not named after a god
The Earth’s rotation is gradually slowing
Uranus

Uranus was officially discovered by Sir William Herschel in 1781
Uranus is often referred to as an “ice giant” planet
Only one spacecraft has flown by Uranus
Pluto (dwarf Planet)
Pluto was discovered on February 18th, 1930 by the Lowell Observatory
Pluto is named after the Greek god of the underworld
Pluto has five known moons
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