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the planets by ishita
Transcript of the planets by ishita
The planet with the second highest temperature in the Solar System and the closest planet to the Sun.The English name for the planet is from the Romans, who named it after the Roman god Mercury, which they thought to be the same as the Greek god Hermes. The symbol for Mercury is based on Hermes' staff.One rotation takes 88 Earth days.
The warmest planet.. The ancient Romans named it after their goddess Venus.It is a terrestrial planet because it has a solid, rocky surface.The pressure on Venus' surface is 92 times the pressure of Earth. Venus has no moons. It spins very slowly on its axis and spins in the opposite direction of the other planets.
The only planet in the solar system that has life. It has one natural satellite, the Moon.It is one of the four terrestrial planets in our Solar System. This means most of its mass is solid. The Earth was
formed about 4.5 billion years ago.
Sometimes called the "red planet" and "the brother of Earth". Mars is the closest planet to the Earth.
The largest planet in the Solar System.Jupiter has at least 66 moons. You can see Jupiter without any special equipment. It has twice the mass of all the planets in the solar system combined.
Sixth planet from the Sun. It has giant rings around it.
Sometimes called the "sideways planet". Some evidence suggests that this planet was catalogued as a star before its confirmed discovery.Uranus completes its turn around the Sun in 84 earth years.
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system not including Pluto.
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about each planet.
are 8 planets in our solar
The farthest planet from the Sun.It is the fourth largest planet and third heaviest. Neptune has four rings which are hard to see from the Earth. It is 17 times heavier than Earth and is a little bit heavier than Uranus. It was named after the Roman God of the Sea.
It is home to the highest mountain in the Solar System, Olympus Mons. Olympus Mons is about 17 miles high.
Saturn has 62 known moons orbiting the planet; 53 are officially named.Around Saturn there is a large system of rings, made of ice with rocks and dust.
Saturn was named after the Roman god Saturnus