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Saul G. solar system

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on 15 October 2014

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Transcript of Saul G. solar system

The Sun
The name Sol came from the Romans
The Sun is known to Greeks as Helios
Mercury was known as Hermes to the greeks
Mercury was visited by two rovers, first
Mariner 10, then MESSENGER
The mass of Mercury is 3.30e 23 kg
Venus was visited or attempted to visit for over 50 years
NASA has planned to terraform Venus so we can live in it
Venus seems to have volcanic activity
The earths moon never turns
Earth was thought to be orbited around
Earths first life was made in the ocean
The Sun has two percent metal
Mars has two moons that are tiny
Mars has no magnetic field but scientist believe it did
Mars has frozen ice under the ground
Jupiter has at least 67 moons all over!!
Jupiter has no confirmed equator due to its movement
Jupiter has a giant storm that two earths fit in it
Our solar system
Saturn can fit 9 earths
First visit on Saturn was in 1980
On Saturn's north pole there is a vortex
Neptune has methane on its surface
Neptune was discovered in 1849
Neptune has a storm similar to Venus
Neptune has 14 moons
Uranus has been discovered by William Herschel
it was discovered on march 13 1781 PS: three days after my birth day
Uranus hahhahahaha
Uranus is ten times bigger then earth
sorry no Pluto
And lastly
Just kidding
Pluto has five moons
Pluto was made a dwarf planet in 2006
Pluto has barely any atmosphere around it
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