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Grecia C. (Solar System)

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on 21 October 2014

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The Sun
The Sun is 4.6 billion years old


The Sun is currently a type of star known as a Yellow Dwarf


The Sun was formed like every star, from a huge swirling cloud of gas called a nebula
Mercury is the smallest plant in the solar system


It is the closest plant to the sun sun at a distance of about 58 km (36 million miles)

Mercury has no moons
Venus
Venus is only a little smaller than Earth
Venus has no rings
the sun rises on the west and sets in the east
Earth
Earth has a powerful
magnetic field
Earth has the greatest density
Earth was once believed to be the center of the universe
MARS
Mars and Earth have approximately the same land mass
Mars has the largest dust storms in the solar system
On mars the sun seems half the size it does on earth
Jupiter
Jupiter is the 4th brightest object in the solar system
Jupiter has the shortest days out of planets
Jupiter orbits the sun every 11.8 earth years
Saturn
Saturn is made mostly of hydrogen
Saturn has 150 moons and smaller moon lets
Saturn has the most extensive rings in the solar system
Uranus
Uranus was officially discovered by Sir William Herschel in 1781
Uranus makes one trip around the sun every 84 earth years
Only one space craft was flown by Uranus
Pluto
Pluto is the second closest dwarf planet to the Sun
Pluto was discovered in 1950
Pluto is named after the Greek god of the underworld
Mercury
Neptune
most distant planet from the Sun
Neptune was not known to the ancients
Neptune has a very thin collection of rings
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