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Dianna M.(Solar System)

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The Sun
Then Temperature of the Sun is 5,778K degrees.

The Sun is 92,960,000 miles away from Earth.

The Sun is 4.6 billion yrs. old.

Mercury
Mercury is the second hottest planet in the Solar System.

It takes 88 Earth days to orbit the Sun.

Mercury is named after the swiftest Ancient Roman God.


Venus
Venus is the second Planet from the Sun, and the brightest in the Solar system.

It is 864 degrees Fahrenheit in Venus.

Named after the Roman goddess of Love & Beauty.

Earth
Earth was formed about four & a half billion years ago.

Over 70% of Earth's surface is water.

The Moon is Earth's only natural satellite .
Mars
Mars two moons are called Phobos & Deimos.

length of day is 1 days and 40 minutes.

Second smallest planet in the Solar System after Mercury.
Jupiter
Jupiter orbits the Sun once every 11.8 Earth days.

The great Red Spot is a huge storm on Jupiter, and the biggest planet in the Solar system.

Jupiter has 67 Known moons.




Saturn
Saturn orbits the Sun once every 29.4 years.

Has 150 moons and smaller moonlets.

The distance from the sun is 890,700,000 miles away.
Uranus
William Herschel discovered Uranus in March 13th 1781.

It orbits the sun every 84 earth years.

It is 243 degrees fahrenheit,the coldest planet.



Neptune
Neptune was named after the God of the sea.

Urbain Le Verrier & Johann Galle discovered Neptune.

Neptune makes one trip around the Sun every 164.8 Earth years.


Pluto
In February 18th 1930 Pluto was discovered by Clyde W. Tombaugh.

Pluto is known as a dwarf planet.

246.04 Earth years it orbits the Sun.
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