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The Romans called the sun Sol, which in English means sun. In ancient Greece, the sun was called Helios.
The Sun was born in a vast cloud of gas and dust around 5 billion years ago
The sun is a giant star
The surface of the planet Mercury is covered with craters.
The planet Mercury is too small and has too little gravity to hold onto an atmosphere.
Venus is in many ways is Earth's sister. It is almost identical in size, chemistry, gravity and density as the Earth.
Venus has many, many volcanoes. They don't know for sure, but it is possible that Venus has more volcanoes than any of the other planets in our Solar System
Earth has one moon
Earth is the only planet that they have found life
Venus has no
Mercury has no
about 70% is covered by oceans, About 30% of the Earth's surface is covered with land
Today the only water on Mars in either frozen in the polar caps or underground
You may sometimes hear Mars referred to as the "Red Planet." This is because the surface of Mars is red.
Mars has two moons, their names are Deimos and Phobos
Jupiter is by far the largest planet in our Solar System. The Earth could fit inside Jupiter more than 1000 times.
There are three rings in all. They are named Gossamer, Main and Halo.
Jupiter has a red spot This red spot is also called "The Eye of Jupiter" because of its shape. This storm's super hurricane winds blow across an area larger than the Earth.
It is the second largest planet in our Solar System
Saturn has 7 rings
Saturn was the roman god agriculture.
In astronomy mythology, Uranus was the lord of the skies and husband of Earth. He was also the king of the gods until he was overthrown by his son Saturn.
Uranus has 27 moons. Five of these moons are large and the rest are smaller.
Uranus is a very cold planet so they call it the "ice giant"
Neptune is a very windy place. No other planet in the Solar System has winds that are as strong as Neptune's
Neptune has six rings
Neptune was discovered by Johann Galle and Heinrich D'Arrest in 1846
Pluto is a dwarf planet
Romans believed him to be the god of the underworld
Pluto is the smallest dwarf plant
the solar system