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Gabriella C. (solar system)
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Facts about the Sun
The surface temperature is 5,778 K
The distance from earth is 92,960,000 miles
The suns radius is also 695,800
Mercury is the planet nearest to the sun.
Mercury has no atmosphere but, it may
have small traces of one.
Mercury is the planet with a lot of iron in
The clouds of Venus is filled with sulfuric acid.
Venus is known as Earths' twin sister because of its similar size and proximity to each other.
Its atmosphere is made up mostly of carbon dioxide.
facts about Earth
The Earth weighs 6,588,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 tons.
The earth rotates on its axis more slowly in March than in September.
The Earth is estimated to be 4.5 billion years old. It travels through space at 660,000 miles per hour.
Mars orbits the sun every 687 Earth days.
There is a lot of iron in the soil, and the air on Mars has made it turn red-just like rusty iron on Earth.
At its brightest, Mars outshines every other planet apart from Venus.
You can fit 100 Earths into Jupiter's great red spot.
The great red spot on Jupiter is a storm that has been going on for over 300 years.
Jupiter has the biggest moon in the Solar System, Ganymede. It is even bigger than Mercury and Pluto.
The atmosphere of Saturn comprises mostly of Hydrogen and Helium.
The temperature difference between the poles and the equator is very small on Saturn.
A 100 pound object on Earth would weight 116 pounds on Saturn.
Neptune is a sea blue color due to the methane gas in its atmosphere..
Neptune is the stormiest planet. The winds there can blow up to 1,240 miles per hour, that is three times as fast as Earth's Hurricanes.
Neptune has its own heat source, it emits a quantity of energy 2.7 times greater than it receives.
The planet was discovered in 1781 by William Hershel.
Even though Neptune is further from the sun, Uranus is the coldest planet in the solar system.
Because of the strange way it spins, nights on some parts of Uranus can last for more than 40 years.
The ex-planet got its name from an eleven year old girl in Oxford, England. She named Pluto after the Roman God of the underworld.
Pluto has an enormous moon for its size, Charon.
One reason why Pluto is declassified as a planet is because asteroids has been detected in our solar system that are as large or larger than Pluto.