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Our Solar System:

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on 22 March 2016

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Transcript of Our Solar System:

Venus
Radius: 6052 km
Average surface temp: 461 Celsius
Period of rotatation: 116 days
number of moons: 0
made up of
96% carbon Dioxide
thick clouds of sulfuric acid
Earth
Radius: 6371 km
average surface temp: 15
period of rotation: 24 hours
number of moons: 1
made up of mostly:
71% water
21% oxygen

Radius: 3390 km
Average surface temp: -55
Period of rotation: 24hrs & 40mins
number moons: 2
made up of
95% carbon dioxide
Our Solar System:
Planets

Radius: 2.440km
Average Surface Temp: 426 Celsius
*due to no atmosphere to retain heat.
Period of rotation: 59 days
Number of moons: 0
*no moons or rings b/c low gravity
and lack of atmosphere
Description:
small amounts of
Hydrogen
Helium
Oxygen
Sodium Potassium
Calcium
magnesium


Mercury
Closest to Sun
Covered with holes from rocks
night= cold
day= hot
made of iron
thinnest atmosphere
2nd hottest atmosphere
18 Mercury's
=
1 Earth
Second planet from Sun
Longest rotation period
Called Earth's ''Sister Planet'' b/c of similar size, mass, and proximity to the sun
atmosphere traps energy from sun to heat planet
smooth surface
some similar features as Earth (Volcanoes, lava flow)
Third Planet from Sun
only planet w/ liquid water and life
Earth is known as the ''Blue Planet'' b/c from space mostly looks blue due to sunlight passing through gases of the atmosphere and reflecting off the water.
Appears as an orange/red star due to rust in Martian rocks
Fourth planet from the sun
known as ''The red planet''
twice as bright as Sirus
very thin atmosphere
nothing grows there
Jupiter
Radius: 69911 km
Average Surface Temp: -128 Celsius
Period of rotation: 9hrs 56mins
Number of moons: 67
made up of
90% Hydrogen
9.5% Helium
and small amounts of
methane
water
ammonia
hydrogen sulfide


Fifth planet from the sun
discovered in 1600s
The Great Red Spot:
a violent spinning storm located south of the equator
Saturn
Radius: 58232
*nine times larger than earth
Average surface temp: -168
Period of Rotation: 10hrs 39mins
number of moons: 62
Description:
75% hydrogen
25% helium
traces of water
traces of methane
Sixth planet
Most dense planet
consists of countless small particles
particles range from mirco - meters
ring partcles made out of ice water w/ rocky material
Uranus
Radius: 25362 km
Average Surface Temp: -216 C
Period of Rotation: 17hrs 14mins
number of moons 27
Description:
Hydrogen
Helium
water
methone
ammonia
Seveth Planet
second least dense planet
wind current: 900km/hr
Neptune
Radius 24622
Average Surface Temp: -200 C
Period of Rotation: 16hr
Number of moons: 16
Description:
Hydrogen
Heilum
Methane
Water
Eigth Planet
Largest diameter
third largest mass
coldest planet
Question:
WHY IS MARS RED?

Question:
WHAT PLANET IS THE MOST DENSE?
Question:
WHY DOES WATER LOOK BLUE?
(because it's not)
Question:
WHAT ARE MOST PLANETS MADE OUT OF?
Question:
HOW MANY MURCURYS WOULD IT TAKE
TO BE AS BIG AS EARTH?
Question:
WHAT IS SATURN KNOWN FOR?
Question:
WHAT PLANET DOES
THE GREAT RED SPOT
BELONG TO?
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