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Solar System

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on 14 December 2015

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Transcript of Solar System

The Solar System
Venus
Atmosphere:
covered by a thick layer of cloud

Surface:
Extremely high temperatures
Very strong winds
Clouds of corrosive substances

You can only see it at sunrise or at sunset, near the Sun

Atmosphere: with oxygen
Life
(The only that has necessary conditions for life)

Surface:
liquid water
temperatures: 15ºC

Satellites: 1 -> The Earth's companion...


Earth
The Moon
Mars
Atmosphere:
very thin
of carbon dioxide

Surface:
dry and sandy

Satellites: 2
(small and with orbit very near its surface)



Orbit of Jupiter
Asteroid Belt
Orbit of Mars
Location: around the Sun between orbits Mars and Jupiter

Ceres, the planet dwarf, is there.
Jupiter
Atmosphere:
huge

Surface:
of liquid hydrogen

Satellites: 13
(You can see them trough binoculars)



the largest planet
the life planet
Saturn

the rings
Composition: similar to Jupiter's

Difference to the rest of the plantes:
The huge and beautiful ring

Uranus

Smaller than Saturn

Axis of rotation almost on the plane of its orbit

Satellites: some huge satellites
Neptune

The last and smallest of the gas giant planets

Discovered: 1846

Temperature: from -150º to -200ºC

Planet named after the sea god

The last
The red planet
The evening star
in the Milky Way
Mercury
Atmosphere: No

Surface: full of craters
(similar to surface of the Moon)

Temperatures: from -170º to 450ºC
The closest
Terrestrial planets
Gas giant planets
Small bodies
Comets
They move around the Sun
Their orbits are very eccentric
They complete their cycle in periods that go from 5 to 300 years
If an asteroid collides with our atmosphere it gets very hot.

Meteorite: is the asteroid does not vaporize and reaches the surface of the Earth.

Pluto
The farthest
Is a dwarf planet
Comets
Asteroids

Ceres
Eris
Makemake
Haumea
We know 5 dwarf planets...
The Sun
Is in the centre of the Solar System and the 8 planets go around it in elliptical orbits.
It is extremely hot because a nuclear rection converts hydrogen in helium.
the Sun and all the other stars emit light that takes 8'4 min. to reach th Earth.

The icy rocks
Star at the center of our Solar System
Júlia & Lorda
September, 25th 2013
Vocabulary
Dwarf planet
Go around
Surface
Reach
Emit
Sunrise
Sunset
Collide
Cycle
Huge
covered
thick
layer
cloud
ring
the farthest
path
the closest
vaporize
icy rock
named after the sea god
Planeta nan
Donar la volta a
Superfície
Arribar
Emetre
Sortida del sol
Posta del sol
Xocar, col·lisionar
Cicle
Enorme

cobert
gruix, gruixut
capa
núvol
anell
el més llunyà
camí
el més proper
evaporar
roca gelada, roca de gel
porta el nom del déu del mar
Links interessants:

http://astrojem.com/sistemasolar.html
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