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Premade Prezi

This Prezi was formulated by the teacher as an example of how to use the program. It uses the information given to the class the previous lesson about each of the planets.
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Cassandra Dart

on 27 May 2013

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Transcript of Premade Prezi

Planets Orbiting Around the Sun The Solar System Mercury Venus Earth Jupiter Mars Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Pluto is the furthermost planet from the Sun and is the coldest planet. Mercury is the planet closest to the Sun and has a rocky surface covered with many craters. Venus is the brightest planet in the Solar System and can be seen in daylight if you know where to look. Earth is the only planet in the solar system that has life. It is the only planet that has liquid water on its surface with about 30% of the Earth's surface is covered with land, while about 70% is covered by oceans. Mars is also known as the Red Planet, it is very similar to Earth. It has seasons like Earth, but they are much longer than Earth seasons. Jupiter is the largest planet of the Solar System, with a mass more than 300 times the mass of Earth. Saturn is known as the most beautiful planet, and is surrounded by rings which may be composed of ice. Three of these rings are visible from Earth using a telescope. Uranus is one of the “gas giants”, it is entirely composed of gas. It can only be seen from Earth through a telescope. Neptune is a great ball of hydrogen, helium and methane.
It is the fourth largest planet and only a little smaller than Uranus.
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