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Transcript of Space

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Mercury has very little atmosphere to stop impacts and it is covered with craters.
The Earth's atmosphere is made up of 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen and 1% other ingredients, the perfect balance for us to breathe and live.
The atmosphere of Saturn is made up exactly 75% hydrogen and 25% helium.
Neptune has a total of 14 moons.
Mars has two moons named Phobos and Deimos.
Adventures through Space
By: Anna Sciuto and Macie Moran

Mars has a thin atmosphere made up mostly of carbon dioxide, nitrogen and argon
First there is the iron core, then the surface that borders that is the rocky silicate mantle, then finally the crust of silicate rock.
Mercury is the smallest planet in our solar system, only slightly larger than the Earth's moon.
It is the closest planet to the sun at a distance of about 58 million km (36 million miles).
One day on Mercury takes 59 Earth days. Mercury makes a complete orbit around the sun (a year in Mercury time) in just 88 Earth da
Earth is the only planet that has liquid water on it's surface. There is the crust , the mantle, the outer core, and the inner core.
Earth has one moon named luna.
Mar’s surface is a dry, barren wasteland marked by old volcanoes and impact craters.
Earth is the only planet in the solar system that has life on it. Earth is the only planet whose English name does not come from Greek or Roman mythology. The name comes from Old English and Germanic.
Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and the second smallest planet in the Solar System, after Mercury. Named after the Roman god of war, it is often described as the "Red Planet" because the iron oxide prevalent on its surface gives it a reddish appearance.
Neptune's thick atmosphere consist of 74% hydrogen, 25% helium and about 1% methane. The atmosphere merges into the planet's
The layers of the Neptune include: the core, the mantle, the liquid hydrogen and the layered atmosphere.
Neptune is the eighth planet from the sun in our solar system. This ice giant has a hazy atmosphere and strong winds. It is orbited by eight moons and narrow, faint rings arranged in clumps.
Uranus has 27 moons, but these are 4 of the moons.Titania,Obero,Umbriel,Ariel.
Saturn has a total of 62 moons.

The sun is not a planet, but the sun controls the temperature of all the planets. The sun also is very, very, very hot. The sun is 5,778 K Surface temperature.
Uranus has a surface tempture of -197 degrees celsise. Uranus is a ball of ice and gas, so you can't really say that it has a surface.
The solar atmosphere is where we see features such as sunspots and solar flares on the sun. The sun's outer atmosphere -- the corona -- extends beyond the orbit of dwarf-planet Pluto.
The Sun's Atmosphere
The Sun's interesting Facts

There are seven layers of the sun.The first layer of the sun is the inner core. The next layer is the radiative zone. After that comes the convection zone. The next layer of the sun is the subsurface. After that comes the photosphere. Next is the chromosphere. The last layer of the sun is corona.
The Sun's Surfaces/ Layers
Mercury's Atmosphere
Interesting Facts About Mercury
Mercury's Surfaces
Mars Moons
Interesting Facts about Mars
Mars Surfaces
Mars Atmosphere
Earth's Moons
Earth's Atmosphere
Earth's Interesting Facts
Earth's Surface
Neptune's Moons
Neptune's Atmosphere
Interesting Facts about Neptune
Neptune's Surfaces
Uranus's Moons
Uranus's Surface
The atmosphere of Uranus, like, Jupiter and Saturn, is composed primarily of hydrogen and helium.
Uranus's Atmosphere
Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun. It became the first planet discovered with the use of a telescope. Uranus is tipped over on its side with an axial tilt of 98 degrees.
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Saturn has a surface temperature that ranges from 280 F to 170 F. It is named for the Roman god Saturnus, and was known to the Greeks as Cronus. Its polar diameter is 90% of its equatorial diameter, this is due to its low density and fast rotation. Saturn turns on its axis once every 10 hours and 34 minutes giving it the second-shortest day of any of the solar system’s planets.
Interesting Facts About Uranus
Saturn's Atmosphere
Saturns moons
Interesting Facts about Saturn
The upper atmosphere of Jupiter is divided into cloud belts and zones. They are made primarily of ammonia crystals, sulfur, and mixtures of the two compounds. Jupiter’s massive atmosphere is made primarily of hydrogen.
Jupiters Atmosphere
Jupiter's Surfaces
Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest planet in the Solar System. It is a giant planet with a mass one-thousandth of that of the Sun, but is two and a half times that of all the other planets in the Solar System combined.
Facts about Venus
Interesting facts about Jupiter
Venus is the second planet from the sun and the closest planet to Earth. It is named after The Roman Goddess of love and beauty. It's extremely hot and deadly atmosphere makes it impossible for any human astronaut to explore it's surface. The diameter of Venus is about 7,520 miles which is about 400 miles smaller than that of Earth.
Jupiter is a gas giant composed of a bout 90% hydrogen and 9.99% helium with a few other trace elements thrown in for fun. The gaseous nature of the planet makes a solid surface impossible.
Venus surface
177.7 million sq miles/460.2 million km²
Venus Moons
An aurora is a natural light display in the sky mostly seen in the high latitude regions like, artic and antartica . Auroras are caused by charged particles, mainly electrons and protons, entering the atmosphere from above.
Venus has no moons
Earth's Auroras
Earth's core and Magnetic feild
Earth's magnetic field, also known as the geomagnetic field, is the magnetic field that extends from the Earth's interior to where it meets the solar wind, a stream of charged particles emanating from the Sun
There are three types of lunar eclipses penumbral, when the Moon crosses only the Earth's penumbra; partial, when the Moon crosses partially into the Earth's umbra; and total, when the Moon crosses entirely into the Earth's umbra.
Jupiter has a toal of 63 known moons
Venus's Atmosphere
The atmosphere of Venus is very thick and is about 90 times more massive than Earth's atmosphere. It is mostly carbon dioxide gas , with some nitrogen and a very small amount of water vapor . Venus also has a thick layer of sulfuric acid clouds.
Venus has a total of 0 moons
Lunar Eclipse
Venus's interesting facts
Venus is the second planet from the Sun and is the second brightest object in the night sky after the Moon. Named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty
Venus's surface
The surface of Venus is rather smooth in many places, though not nearly as smooth as originally expected .
Dwarf Planets
The first five recognized dwarf planets are Ceres, Pluto, Eris, Makemake and Haumea. Scientists believe there may be dozens or even more than 100 dwarf planets awaiting discovery.
Dawrf Planets
Asteroids are small, airless rocky worlds revolving around the sun that are too small to be called planets. asteroids can be dangerous. Many have hit Earth in the past, and more will crash into our earth in the future.
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