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My Planet Project-Uranus

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Caroline Goessel

on 3 November 2012

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Transcript of My Planet Project-Uranus

Uranus FACTS Uranus is the 7th planet from the sun. It is the forth largest planet in our solar system. It takes Uranus 84 earth years (30,687 days) to orbit the sun. Uranus has a weaker gravity than Earth. My planet is known for being the only sideways planet. Uranus was named after the greek diety of sky uranus. It's temperatures can drop down to -371 degrees Fahrenheit. Uranus has 27 moons orbiting it. Some of the names are Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel,Titania, and Oberan. This is the symbol of Uranus. Uranus can barley be seen at night without a telescope. It is made mostly out of gas and has lots of clouds. It does have rings and it is larger that earth. Here is a table on the satellites that have explored Uranus. 1.) People wanted to name it Dumbbell because it made the scientists look like dumbbells because it went undiscovered for so long. 1.) wikipedia.org URANUS!! Voyager 2 1986 Name of satellite or robot Year Hubble Telescope 1986 2.) One moon ( Umbriel) has a bright ring on it called the Florescent Cheerio. 3.) The surface is pitch black even though it looks very bright. 4.) 50 Earths could fit inside Uranus but they probably wouldn't stay in because the 200 mph winds would pull them out!!!! 5.) It is called the Ice Giant because it's composition is mostly water, ammonia, and methane ice. Bibliography 2.) coolcosmos.ipac.caltech.edu 3.) science.yourdictionary.com 4.) google.com/images (for the symbol) And that was my project on.................................................
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