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Our Solar System (#163)
Transcript of Our Solar System (#163)
My name is Lily Cardoso
I live in León, Guanajuato.
I am a Web Professor for
We will identify the elements of our solar system: the planets and other celestial bodies.
The Solar System has planets, moons, asteroids, comets, minor planets, etc.
The Solar System is made up of all the planets that orbit our Sun.
It also consists of moons, comets, asteroids, minor planets, and dust and gas.
Everything in the Solar System orbits or revolves around the Sun.
The Solar System evolved from a giant cloud of dust and gas.
At the center of this spinning cloud, a small star began to form.
This star grew larger and larger as it collected more and more of the dust and gas that collapsed into it.
The star in the center eventually ignited forming our Sun.
The smaller clumps became the planets, minor planets, moons, comets, and asteroids.
There are only eight planets.
There are dwarf planets as well.
The Sun is the largest object in the Solar System.
Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun.
It appears as the brightest planet in the night sky.
An oasis of life in the universe.
Its mild temperament is more like the Earth's than any of the other planets.
This is the largest planet.
Second largest planet.
Gas giant, like Jupiter.
Smallest of gas giants.
A dwarf planet is "a celestial body that orbits the Sun, has a spherical shape, but it is not large enough to draw in other objects in its orbital path."
Rocky small objects with round or irregular shapes.
26 very large asteroids have been discovered.
The Kuiper Belt
It is a region of the Solar System past Neptune's orbit.
They are icy small bodies.
They display visible tail.
A meteoroid is a small rock or particle of debris in our solar system.
When it strikes the surface of the Earth, it is called a 'meteorite'.
II.Fill in the blanks using these words:
center Mercury eight Jupiter Solar System Sun
The (1)__________________ consists of the Sun, (2)________ planets, a few moons, meteors, and comets. The Sun is at the (3)_______ of our Solar System. The planets, their moons, asteroids, comets and other rocks and gases, all orbit the (4)_________.
The eight planets that orbit the Sun are (in order): (5)__________ Venus, Earth, Mars, (6)_____________ (the biggest planet in our Solar System), Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
The Solar System includes the Sun and all the objects that orbit around it due to its gravity force. This includes things such as planets, comets, asteroids, meteoroids, and moons.
Extremely cold planet called "ice giant."
When a meteoroid passes through Earth’s atmosphere is called a 'meteor'.
1. How many planets are there in the Solar System?
A. 3 B. 5 C. 7 D. 8
Answer the following questions:
2.What is the closest planet to the Sun?
A. Mercury B. Neptune C. Earth D. Mars
3.What is the hottest planet in our Solar System?
A. Saturn B. Venus C. Jupiter D. Uranus
4. What planet is famous for its big red spot on it?
A. Earth B. Uranus C. Jupiter D. Saturn
5. The Sun is:
A. A planet B. A star C. A galaxy D. A universe
6. What planet is famous for the beautiful rings that surround it?
A. Saturn B. Mars C. Uranus D. Neptun
7.Which planet is known as ‘The Red Planet’?
A. Jupiter B. Saturn C. Uranus D. Mars
8. What is the name of the largest planet in the Solar system? A. Jupiter B. Mars C. Earth D. Saturn
9. Which statement is NOT correct?
A. The Earth orbits the Sun
B. The Moon orbits the Earth
C. The Sun orbits the Milky Way
D. The Moon provides the energy for our Solar System
10.We get seasons on the Earth mainly because: A. The Sun gets hotter and colder
B. The Moon gets in the way of the Sun
C. The Earth’s axis is tilted
D. The Earth gets closer to the Sun