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Larissa M. L.(Solar System)

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Transcript of Larissa M. L.(Solar System)

THE SUN
The light from the sun to the earth takes about 8 minutes !!!
The Sun is a star and not a planet so it will eventually explode and that won't happen in a long time.
The Sun is about 4.5 billion years old !!
The Sun is a star known as a yellow dwarf
Mercury
One day in Mercury is about 176 Earth days
Mercury was named after a messenger to
the gods
Mercury is the closest planet to the sun but
even though it not as hot as it is suppose to
Venus
Venus is the hottest planet
in our solar planets !!!!!!
Venus was named after
the goddess of love and beauty
Venus is the second

Venus lasts longer than a year!!!
Earth
70 persent of Earths
surface is covered in water
Atlantic ocean saltiest oceans in
the world
Amazon rainforest
the biggest rainforest
in the world
Mars
Mars was named
after the god of war
Mars has two moons
Deimos and Phobos
Mars has a nickname it is called the red planet
Jupiter
Jupiter is the biggest
planet in our solar system
To the greek Jupiter
is thought to be Zeus
Jupiter has 67 moons!!!!!
Saturn
Saturn is the second
largest planet in our
solar system
Saturn was named after the
god of agriculture
Saturn has about 18 moons
Uranus
All of Uranus's moons
are named after Shakespearean
characters
Uranus was discovered
in 1781 by William Herschel
Uranus was named
after the god of the
sky
Neptune has 13 moons and
Triton is the largest
Neptune
Neptun was named after
the god of the sea
Neptune has 6 rings
Pluto
Pluto was named after
the god of cold
Pluto has three moons Charon, Hydra, and, Nix
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