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The Solar System

The planets in our solar system

Andrew Willetts

on 10 May 2010

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Interesting Fact: Mars is referred to as the “red planet” because of its reddish appearance
Temprature Informatiom:
Winter -87 Degrees C
Summer 20 Degrees C
Distance From Sun: 230 million km Fact: Is the Largest planet in the solar system
Temprature Information: 153 C 22 times hotter than the earth
Distance From Sun: 778,570,000 kilometers
Jupiter Saturn Fact: Saturns rings are mostly ice with small amounts of rock and dust
Temprature Information:
Near Bottom Of Planet -23C
Near Top Of Planet -153C
Distance From Sun: 1,429,400,000 km
Earth Mecury Venus Distance from Sun: 152 million km
-89o C
to 57.7o C
Interesting fact: A lot of people think that the Earth is round, but it is really pear-shaped. The top is pushed in and the bottom bulges out.
Venus is about the same size as Earth but is covered with clouds of carbon dioxide and sulfur compounds.
Temprature Information:
500°C +/- 32°C at the surface
Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system temperature ranges from about.
Distance From Sun: 108,200,000 KM
Interesting fact: Venus probably once had oceans, but they all boiled away into the atmosphere
Temperature Information:
With no atmosphere, there is a temperature difference of about 600 degrees between the coldest spots and hottest spots on the planet.
The temperature on the planet may reach 450 degrees C (840 degrees F) during the day. But at night, the temperature may drop as low as -170 degrees C (-275 degrees F).
Distance from the sun: 46,000,000 km
Interesting Fact: there is ice on mercury, because of the big creators it hides in the shadows and because of the tilt the sun never reaches it.
Temprature Information:
-195 degrees C
Distance From Sun: 2.869 Million Km
Interesting Fact: Uranus is refered to as the barra planet because it is tiped on its side. Neptune
Temprature Information:
-200 degrees C
Distance From Sun: 4,496 million km
Interesting Fact: Neptune has a dark spot which is a raging storm that is as big as Earth. Pluto Temprature Inforamation:
-230 Degrees C
Distance from Sun: 5.899 Million KM
Interesting Fact: There have been arguments between Scientists weather or not pluto is a planet. Uranus THE END Done By:

Andrew Willetts
Olivia Ramsey
Chalotte Wilson THE SOLAR SYSTEM
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