Transcript: 8th Grade Science By: Nicolas Raga, Alberto Gonzalez and William Rey 2011 Mercury Capital: Mercuriousun Address: East Caloris Basin Sector, ½ Street with Sunny Avenue. 2º W and 10º S Hotels: Science Hotel 5* Magnet Hotel 4* Working Suite 4* Family Pack Resort 5* MONEY SUITE HOTEL 6* Mercury Inn 4* Sunot Resort 5* Mercerious 5* NASA Private 6* No Complain Hotel 6* 1. Half of Mercury has never been seen. 2. Mercury has a magnetic field 3. There might be ice on Mercury 4. You can see Mercury with your own eyes 5. We have known about Mercury for a millenium 6. Mercury has an atmosphere 7. It has the most eccentric orbit of all the planets 8. The orbit of Mercury helped prove Einstein’s theories of relativity 9. Hubble can’t look at Mercury at all 10. Spacecrafts are on their way to reach Mars Diameter: 4879.4 km Density: 5.43 g/cm3 Mass: 3.303 x 1023 kg Volume: 6.084 x 1010 km3 Temperature Range:-173° C to 427° C Atmosphere: Some Hydrogen, Helium, Oxygen Winds: None Moons: None Average Distance from Sun: 57,910,000 km Orbital Period: 87 Days, 23.3 Hours Rotation:5 8 Days, 15.5 Hours Tilt: 0.00° Rings: None Composition: Iron Core, Silicate Surface Magnetic Field: Slight Budget: 6,564 Mercyrius (m) = 5, 354 Mid-Range: 8,576 Mercyrius (m) = 7,745 dollars Top End: 9,986 Mercyrius (m) = 8,513 dollars You go from your city to the NASA center, then teleport to the moon and then a train that goes 100,000,000 light years per second. Because of the extreme heat, there are many cars that are extremely fast because of the abundant solar energy. They had cooled magma and ice homes. Every year they move to the side, not seen, part of mercury. They sometimes go to the closest part of the sun, here, they get exposed to the sun for 14 hours. They have special holidays like “Solar Appreciation”, Native Culture”, “Independence Day”, “Creation Day”, and many more. They use special suits that cancel UV rays coming form the sun. These cost 1 mercy per each suit. The natives made special garments from plants in the forests and rocks that protect them from the heat and sun. Jupiter Basic Facts 1. Jupiter is the fastest spinning planet in the Solar System 2. The Great Red Spot has been around for a long time 3. Jupiter has rings 4. Jupiter has 63 moons 5. Jupiter has winds up to 150 m/s 6. Jupiter takes about 12 years to orbit the sun and rotates in about 10 hours. 7. Jupiter is the biggest planet in the solar system. 8. It weighs two times more than everything in the solar system. 9. It is the fifth planet away from the sun. 10. Jupiter has the largest magnetic field in the solar system. 11. Jupiter is made out of mostly gases like hydrogen and helium 12. Jupiter is 508 million miles from the sun 13. Jupiter was discovered in 1610 14. Galileo discovered Jupiter and its moons Weird Facts 1. The Clouds on Jupiter are only 50 km thick 2. Jupiter is massive 3. Jupiter can’t ever become a star 4. Jupiter’s magnetic field is 14 times as strong as Earth 5. You can see Jupiter with your own eyes 6. Jupiter is more than twice as massive as all the other planets combined (the mass of Jupiter is 318 times that of Earth). 7. The clouds in Jupiter are beautiful and colorful whirling clouds 8. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is a giant storm that has been raging for over 300 years. 9. Jupiter has been visited by 8 spacecrafts. These were Pioneer 10, Pioneer 11, Voyager 1 and 2, Galileo, Ulysses, Cassini and New Horizons Activities • Jupiter is the biggest plane in the Solar System, this makes it a very good place to bike, motorbike, or ride a buggy • You can parachute with the rapid winds in Jupiter that go 150 miles per second • If you like to look at sunrise and sunsets, Jupiter is a good place because a day lasts 10 hours and you can see many of the 63 moons • If you bring oxygen, because of the abundant hydrogen, you can make brand new water!! • You can view a lighting storm in the Giant Red Spot • Because of the extreme thickness of the clouds, you can jump from one to another • Because of the extreme gravitation pull of Jupiter, you can jump on a bungee into the sky and be pulled back by gravity Ancient Symbol Capital ursemia Address North East Zone with the Main Western Belt, 50°W with 62°N. Hotels Currency 1 Jupitarian = $1.5 USD Cost of Trip • Budget: 1,500 USD or 1,000 Jupitarians. Which includes the Jupiter Residence Hotel Inn, Magna Santa Inn or the Jupiter Residence • Midrange: 3,000 USD or 2,500 Jupitarians. Which includes the Magnificent Great Red Sport or the Le Giove Hotel with 50% discount on transportation • Top End: 4,500 USD or 4,000 Jupitarians. Which includes the Marriot Jupiter Center or the Jupiter’s Magnificent Mile with free transportation and dinner for two in any restaurant in Jupiter. Transportation There are many options on transportation in Jupiter. If you want to get somewhere fast, there are high speed shuttles that can take you anywhere. If you like adventure you can go on motorcycles or buggy that can go anywhere. You
Transcript: Pluto By Katelyn Macalinao Pluto Pluto what is the surface like ? what is the surface like ? Plutoś surface is mostly made of ice.The ice is made mostly of frozen nitrogen, methane and carbon monoxide. Fun facts Fun facts Pluto has Five moons, Charon, Hydra, Nix, Kerberos, and Styx. Pluotoś mass is 1.31 x 10²². Pluto is the 9th planet in relationship to the sun. Where is it? Where is it? Pluto is 4.2 lightyears away from the sun. how far from the sun? how far from the sun? Pluto is a rocky planet. Rocky or Gassy? Rocky or Gassy? It takes 248.09 earth years for pluto to complete one orbit around the sun. How Many Years? How Many Years?
Transcript: Mars Compiled by Samantha Teten Distance from the Sun 1.524 AU Rings? Mars doesn't have any rings Surface 1900 Because Mars is easily visible from Earth, no one knows when Mars was discovered. Olympus Mons- largest mountain in the Solar System Valles Marinen's - system of canyons Also has many valleys, ridges, hills, and plains Although Mars is smaller than Earth, it has the same amount of land because it isn't covered in oceans Mars is 35 million miles farther from the sun than Earth 1877 Astronomer Asaph Hall found Mars's two moons and named them Phobos and Deimos Phobos Moons Diameter- 6794 km 1/2 of Earth's Mass- 6.42 x 10^23 kg 1/10 of Earth's 1975 Viking I and Viking II land on Mars. These spacecrafts study the surface of the planet and observe the weather Distance from Mars (km) 9,270 Size 28 x 20 Discovery 1971 Mariner 9 visits Mars and takes pictures of the land features. Discovered in 1877 by A. Hall Compare Surface Mars would be colder than Earth even if they were the same distance. Deimos means panic Sources Red from rust in soil Mars is the Roman god of agriculture and god of war Month of March is named after it The planet use to be very similar to Earth Has ice caps which means water but no life has been found A little more than a third of Earth's gravity 1800 Mars can't recycle carbon dioxide so it can't sustain the greenhouse effect. 8 2000 1802 A scientist believes there is life on Mars so he writes them a message in the snow 23,460 Average temperature of Mars: -67 degrees Fahrenheit Winter pole: -207 degrees Fahrenheit Summer: 80 degrees Fahrenheit Named after the Roman god Mars's horses Deimos 1965 Mariner 4 becomes the first spaceship to visit Mars Phobos means fear (cc) photo by medhead on Flickr "Mars." Mars. National Earth Science Teachers Association, 2011. Web. 06 May 2012. <http://www.windows2universe.org/mars/mars.html>. "Mars." Planet Facts, Pictures and Information. 2011. Web. 06 May 2012. <http://nineplanets.org/mars.html>. Kaufmann. "Mars Data." Solar System Data. Web. 06 May 2012. <http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/solar/soldata2.html>. "NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration." NASA. 27 May 1999. Web. 06 May 2012. <http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/informal/features/F_Red_Planet.html>. Garlick, Mark. "Earth Compared to Mars." Earth Compared to Mars. Science Photo Library. Web. 06 May 2012. <http://www.sciencephoto.com/media/435614/enlarge>. (picture) Temperature (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr Deimos and Phobos Diameter (km) Facts
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Transcript: 1,400 light years away 26.8 million years to get there. creating a faster way cryostasis If you are interested in buying a house on Kepler 452b please call Keppy lerner at 347-452-KEPB 347-452-5372 Or email Kep452b@planethomes.com New planet- New Start Nicer warmer winter nice shade "Is it safe?" WHAT IS KEPLER 452b LIKE? "Could this be the new Earth?" A little bigger than Earth a year is 384.843 days A day would be pretty similar time wise its warmer "What can I expect?" LIFE ON KEPLER Rock formations valcanoes loads of things for the family Large land areas nice and roomy perfect for a big family and large pets. GETTING TO YOUR NEW HOME WELCOME TO KEPLER 52b The new Earth STARTING YOUR TRIP TO KEPLER 452b
Transcript: Planet The color of our planet is Our planet is Rings by Location to the sun Color Length of orbit Our planet has moons. Our planet has rings. Our planet's orbit is long. Interesting Facts: Moons Our planet is from the sun. Solid/Gas Our planet
Transcript: Jupiter Venus Planet Presentation Mars Orbital Period; 687 days Saturn It all creates the Solar System Mercury m Density:1.64 g/cm Orbital Period:60,200 Number of moon's:13 Is a Gas Giant Interesting fact:Neptune is the smallest of the ice giants. Number of moons; 2 Uranus Density: 5.51 g/cm Orbital Period: 365 days Number of moons: 1 Is a Terrestrial Planet Interesting fact: Earth is the only planet not named after a god. Earth Density: 5.20 g/cm Orbital Period: 225 days Number of moons: 0 Is a Terrestrial Planet Interesting fact:A day on the surface of Venus (solar day) would appear to take 117 Earth days. Interesting Fact: One day Mars will have a ring. Neptune Density:0.69 g/cm Orbital Period:10.859 Number of moons:60 Is a Gas Giant Interesting Fact:Saturn’s upper atmosphere is divided into bands of clouds. Density: 5.43 g/cm Orbital Period: 88 days Moons: 0 Is a Terrestrial Planet Interesting fact: Your weight on Mercury would be 38% of your weight on Earth. By: Yailin & Priscilla Density; 3.93 g\cm Density:1.27 g/cm Orbital Period:31,000 Number of moons:27 Is a Gas Giant Interesting Fact:Uranus’ moons are named after characters created by William Shakespeare and Alexander Pope. Density:1.33g/cm Obital Period:27.322 Number of moons:63 Is a Gas Giant Interesting Fact:The ancient Babylonians were the first to record their sightings of Jupiter. Is a Terrestrial Planet
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