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Transcript: Mercury Jupiter Earth A solar System is an organization of planets in order revolving around their star or sun. A revolution is when it goes around its full orbit. An "Earth Day" is 24 hours, or one full rotation. Solar System PowerPoint Project Bella Warner 8th 6B Demoted to a dwarf planet in 2006. Its orbit isn't in a circle, and sometimes get closer to the sun than Neptune does. Pluto has five moons, despite its tiny size. Uranus Saturn Conclusion Mercury has no known moons. It is the smallest planet. Closest to the sun. Pluto The only known planet to inhabit life. Is made of approx. 70% water. Only moon is known as the Moon. Known as the "Red Planet." Atmosphere is mainly CO2. Mars has the tallest volcano in the Solar System, the Olympus Mons. Neptune Known for its raging storms. Even though its smaller than Uranus, it has more mass. Atmosphere is made out of hydrogen, helium, and methane. All of the planets are different sizes and have different temperatures. They could be more than what we think they are right now. It appears that out planet, Earth, is the only one with life. Jupiter has 4 rings. 67 moons orbit Jupiter. Biggest planet in The Solar System. Venus Venus doesn't have moons. Second from the sun. The second brightest object in the sky other than the Moon. Atmosphere is made mostly of Hydrogen. Saturn is known for its rings. Four "spacecraft" have visited Saturn. The planet spins in a different direction that Earth and most of the other planets. Sometimes the axis of Uranus points directly at the sun. Uranus is referred to "Ice Giant." Mars Introduction to the Solar System

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Transcript: Prezi Solar System Power Point By Luke Pedersen Period 6 Sun The sun is the center of our solar system, and the planets around the sun use gravity and inertia to orbit it. The sun has sun spots, which are slightly cooler spots on the sun. Solar flares are huge explosions on the sun's surface. These flares can affect telecomunications like phones, televisions, and radios. Electricity can also be affected by solar flares. Inner Planets Mercury Mercury is our first planet in our solar system. Mercury, in diameter, is 4,878 kilometers long. Mercury is 48 milions kilometers away from the sun. It has no moons or rings. In Mercury's atmosphere, 95% of the atmosphere is a thin mixture of helium; the rest is made of hydrogen. Mercury's surface is covered by a dusty layers of minerals (mostly silicates). The terrain is made of plains, cliffs, and craters. Venus Venus is the second planet in our solar system. In diameter, Venus is 12,100 kilometers long. Venus is 108.2 million kilometers away from the sun. Venus has no moons or rings. The atmosphere is made up of 95% carbon dioxide, and then the rest is made of nitrogen, sulfuric acid, and traces of other elements. The surface is a rocky, dusty, waterless expanse of mountains, plains, and canyons. Venus has a 200 mile river of hardened lava. Earth Earth is the third planet in the solar system and is the planet that humans live on. Earth is 12,756 kilometers long in diameter. Earth is 149.6 million kilometers away from the sun. Earth has no rings, but it has one moon. Earth's atmosphere is made of 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and other gases. The surface is covered by 70% water, and also is made of air and solid ground. Earth appears to be the only planet with water. Mars Mars is the fourth planet in the solar system and is the last inner planet. Mars, in diameter, is 6,794 kilometers long. Mars is 277.9 million kilometers away from the sun. It also has no rings, but it does have not one, but TWO moons. The atmoshere is 95% carbon dioxide. The 5%...I have no idea. The surface has canyons, dunes, volcanoes, and polar ice caps of water ice and carbon ice. Outer Planets Jupiter Jupiter is the 5th planet in the solar system and is the largest planet too. In diameter, Jupiter is 142,800 kilometer long. Jupiter is 778.3 million kilometers away from the sun. Jupiter has 62 moons and 4 rings. The atmosphere consists of whirling clouds of colored dust, hydrogen, helium, methane, water, and ammonia. The Great Red Spot is an intense windstorm larger than Earth. The surface is a hot ball of gas and liquid. Saturn Saturn is the 6th planet in the solar system and has the most rings. In diameter, Saturn is 120,660 kilometers long. Saturn is 1,427 million kilometers or 1.427 billion kilometers away from the sun. Saturn has 61 moons and over 1,000 rings. The atmosphere is basically helium and hydrogen. The surface is liquid and gas. Uranus Uranus is the 7th planet in the solar system. Uranus is 51,810 kilometers long in diameter. Uranus is 2,780 million kilometers away from the sun. Uranus has 27 moons and 11 rings. The atmosphere is made of helium, hydrogen, and methane. The surface, well, apparently little is known so.... yeah. Neptune Neptune, in diameter, is 49,528 kilometers long. Neptune is 4,497 million kilometers away from the sun. Neptune has 13 moons and 4 rings. The atmosphere above Neptune is made of helium, hydrogen, methane, and ammonia. The surface is a liquid layer covered with thick clouds and with constant raging storms. Comets, Asteroids, and Meteroids. Asteroids Asteroids are rocky objects with round or irregular up to hundred of thousands of kilometers across, but most are much smaller. Scientists think that the asteroids in the belt between Mars and Jupiter were once an early planet, which broke up early in the solar system. They are in between Mars and Jupitier in a belt. They can last for a few minutes as it passes Earth or burns in Earth's atmosphere. They orbit like every other planet in the solar system, around the sun. But sometimes they fall out of orbit and hurl in unusually orbits. Some occur every month, but they are not extremely rare. Comets Comets are comsic snowballs of frozen gases, rocks, and dust roughly the size of a small town. Some orbit the sun like planet, while others take themselves close to far away from the sun. Scientists believe that comets were formed at the beginning of the solar system. Some orbit the sun from far away to up close. Sometimes close to Earth. When seen from below, comets pass Earth very quickly. Some orbit like every other planet while others orbit the sun from far away to up close. Comets are pretty rare. Some come and don't come back until 76 Earth years has passed! (Halley's Comet) Meteroids Piece of stone-like or metal-like debris that travels in outer space, generally made of comets and/or asteroids. Meteroids are generally made of broken pieces of asteroids. Large meteroids come from the asteroid belt, while smaller

Solar System PowerPoint

Transcript: 1. Known for its raging storms 2. Even though its smaller than Uranus, it has more mass 3. Atmosphere is made up of hydrogen, helium and methane _________________ ___________ _____________ Solar System PowerPoint Project 1. The planet spins in a different direction that Earth and most of the other planets. 2. Sometimes the axis of Uranus points directly at the sun 3. Uranus is referred to "Ice Giant." Conclusion ___________ Saturn ________________________ Mars 1. A Solar System is an organization of planets in order revolving around their star or sun. 2. A revolution is when it goes around its full orbit. 3. An "Earth Day" is 24, or one full rotation. All of the planets are different sizes and have different temperatures. They could be more than what we think they are right now. it appears that our planet Earth, is the only one with life. Mercury ____________ Earth _______________ Venus 1. Demoted to a dwarf planet in 2006 2. Its orbit isn't a circle, and sometimes gets closer to the sun than Neptune does. 3. Pluto has five moons, despite its tiny size. Neptune 1. The only known planet to inhabit life. 2. Is made of approx. 70% water. 3. Only moon is known as the Moon. _______________________________ Ben Peloquin 63A. 1. Known as the "Red Planet." 2. Atmosphere is mainly CO2. 3. Mars has the tallest volcano in the Solar System, the Olympus Mons. Jupiter Introduction to the Solar System Pluto _________________ Uranus 1. Atmosphere is made mostly Hydrogen 2. Saturn is known for its rings. 3. Four "spacecraft" have visited Saturn. Venus doesn't have any moons. Second from the sun. The second brightest object in the sky other than The Moon. __________ ______________ 1. Mercury has no moons. 2. It is the smallest planet. 3. Closest to the sun. 1. Jupiter has 4 rings. 2. 67 moons orbit Jupiter. 3. Biggest planet in The Solar System _____________

Solar System PowerPoint Project

Transcript: Conclusion Solar System PowerPoint Project Uranus Venus doesn't have any moons. Second from the sun. The second brightest object in the sky other than The Moon. All of the planets are different sizes and have different temperatures. They could be more than what we think they are right now. It appears that our planet, Earth, is the only one with life. A Solar System is an organization of planets in order revolving around their star or sun. A revolution is when it goes around its full orbit. An "Earth Day" is 24 hours, or one full rotation. Mercury Pluto Atmosphere is made mostly of Hydrogen. Saturn is known for its rings. Four "spacecraft" have visited Saturn. Earth Known for its raging storms. Even though its smaller than Uranus, it has more mass. Atmosphere is made of hydrogen, helium, and methane. The only planet to inhabit life. Is made of approx. 70% water. Only moon is known as the Moon. Justina DeVito PPT to Prezi 63B Mars The planet spins in a different direction that Earth and most of the other planets. Sometimes the axis of Uranus points directly at the sun. Uranus is referred to "Ice Giant." Introduction to the Solar System Jupiter has 4 rings. 67 moons orbit Jupiter. Biggest planet in The Solar System. Venus Saturn Known as the "red Planet." Atmosphere is mainly C02. Mars has the tallest volcano in the Solar System, the Olympus Mons. Demoted to dwarf planet in 2006. Its orbit isn't a circle, and sometimes gets closer to the sun than Neptune does. Pluto has five moons, despite its tiny size. Mercury has no known moons. It is the smallest planet. Closest to the sun. Jupiter Neptune

Solar System PowerPoint

Transcript: The planet spins in a different direction that earth and most of the other planets. Simetimes the axis of Uranus points directly at the sun Uranus is referred to "Ice Giant" The only known planet to inhabit life. Is made of approx. 70% water. Only moon is known as the Moon Solar System PowerPoint Project Calvin Korney 75A Earth Jupiter Jupiter has 4 rings. 67 moons orbit Jupiter. Biggest planet in the solar system. Known as the "Red Planet". Atmosphere is manily C02 Mars has the tallest valcano in the solar system, Olympus Mon. Mercury Pluto Atmosphere is made mostly of hydrogen. Saturn is known for its rings. Four "spacecraft" have visited retrun Uranus Neptune Introduction to the Solar System Saturn Known for its raging storms. Even though its smaller than Uranus, it has more mass. Atmosphere is made of hydrogen, helium, and methane. Demoted to a dwarf planet in 2006 Its orbit isn't in a circle, and sometimes get closer to the sun than Neptune does. Pluto has five moons, despite its tiny size. Conclusion Mars Venus Venus doesn't have any moons. Second from the sun. The second brightest object in the sky other than The Moon. Mercury has no known moons. It is the smallest planet. Closest to the sun. A Solar System is an organization of planets in order revolving around yhir star or sun. A revloution is when it goes around its full orbit. An "Earth Day" is 24 hours, or one full rotation. All of th planets are different sizes and have different temperatures. They could be more than what we think they are right now. It appears that our planet, Earth, is the only one with life

solar system powerpoint

Transcript: Solar System Jordan Miller Solar System Research Project In this powerpoint i will explain the Sun ,the Terrestrial planets ,the Gas giants planets and ect. after my powerpoint is done you should leanr a lot of new things about the Solar System Solar System Research Project The Sun It's between the Sagittarius and Perseus Arms of the Milky Way. The Sun is located in the inner rim of the Orion Arm, which is thought to be an offshoot of the Sagittarius Arm. The sun is mostly composed of the elements hydrogen (H) and helium (He). By mass the composition of the sun is 75 percent hydrogen and 25 percent helium. the layers, mainly the photosphere, the chromosphere and the corona. Role of Gravity in Solar System. Planet Earth is held in its orbit around the Sun by the force of gravity , because the Sun has such a great mass, it exerts a very powerful gravitational pull The Sun A terrestrial planet, telluric planet, or rocky planet is a planet that is composed primarily of silicate rocks or metals there are four terrestrial planets which are mercuny, venus, mars, and earth The Terrestrial Planets The Terrestrial Planets Earth Earth Earth is located in one of the spiral arms of the Milky Way (called the Orion Arm) which lies about two-thirds of the way out from the center of the Galaxy.Earth size is 12,742 km , 149,598,262 km form the sun. Earth, of course, has just one moon Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and is the second smallest planet in the solar system.often described as the “Red Planet” due to its reddish appearance.Mars 6,779 km, and 227,943,824 km from the sun. Mars has two moons, Phobos and Deimos. Mars Mars Mercury Mercury Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun. Mercury 4,879 km, and is 57,909,227 km from the sun. mercury has no moons. Venus 12,104 km, and 108,209,475 km form the sun. and has no moons, so it has the nicknames Morning and Evening Star Venus Venus A gas giant is a large planet composed mostly of gases, such as hydrogen and helium, with a relatively small rocky core. the gas polanets of the solar system are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune The Gas Giant Planets The Gas Giant Planets Jupiter Jupiter 139,822 km, and 778,340,821 km form the sun. jupiter has 69 moon soame of the moons are Euprope , Ganymede, Lo, lasllisto, and adrastea. Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest in the Solar System. . One of Jupiter's most famous features is the Great Red Spot. It is a giant spinning storm, resembling a hurricane. Jupiter Saturn Saturn is the second largest gas gaint planet .Mostly made up from hydrogen and helium .Approximately 760 earth can fit inside Saturn . the planet's densty is less than that of water. 1.4 billion kilometer from the sun Saturn Uranus The atmosphere of Uranus is composed mostly of hydrogen and helium, the atmosphere also contains methane , methane in Uranus atmosphere made's red light and, give the planet a blue-green color. the rotation is tilted about 98 degrees . the planet has 27moons Uranus Neptune Neptune is amost a twin to Uranus because, their almost the same size and, also have a atmosphere made up of hydrogen and helium and with some methane . the color of the planet is a bluish color cause by the absorption of the red light by methane. Neptune from the Sun is 2,795,084,800 miles. Neptune has 14 moons some are Triton, Laomedeia, S/2004 N 1, Proteus, Nereid, Despina, Halimede, Neptune Galilean moons are the fur largest moons of Juptier theses moons are Lo, Europa, Ganymede, and Calliso Galilean Moons Galilean Moons Europa ana Lo Lo is the thrid larrgest of jupiter's moons .Lo has a iron core and stretched and squeezed by the gravitational of jupiter . Lo is more volcally active than any other ogject in the solar system Lo Europa Europa is the second closet Galilean moon to Jupiter and, it is the fourth largest moon of Jupiter . it has a rocky structure and may have a small, metetalic core. Europa's distance from the sun is about 485 million miles. Ganymede Ganymede is the largest and most massive moon of Jupiter and in the solar system Ganymede is the ninth largest object in the solar system Callisto Callisto is the farthest Galilean moons from jupiter and it is the second largest of juipters moons. it is about the size of mercury . it compostion ias 60 percent rock and 40 percent ice , Callisto is the most heavity craterd object in the solar system meteors are small bodies of mater from outer space that once was a meteroid until it entered earth atmospher meteors are often called shooting starts Meteors Meteors stony meteorite most common meteorite made of silicate minerals, just like rocks of earth . some stony meteorites also contain small amounts of oraganic matter Stony Meteorite iron meteorite Iron meteorites are composed of iron and nickel comes from asteroids Iron meteorite an Astersoid is a small, irregularly shaped, rocky object that orbits the sun most Asteroids are located between the orbit of mars and jupiter Asteroids Comets

Solar System PowerPoint Project

Transcript: Conclusion All of the planets are different sizes and have different temperatures. They could be more than what we think they are right now. It appears that our planet, Earth, is the only one with life. Solar System PowerPoint Project * The planet spins in a different direction that Earth and most of the other planets. * Sometimes the axis of Uranus points directly at the sun * Uranus is referred to "Ice Giant." Saturn Mars * A Solar System is an organization of planets in order revolving around their star or sun. * A revolution is when it goes around its full orbit. * An "Earth Day" is 24 hours, or one full rotation. Mercury * Denoted to a dwarf planet in 2006 * Its orbit isn't in a circle, and sometimes get closer to the sun than Neptune does. * Pluto has five moons, despite its tiny size. Earth * The only known planet to inhabit life. * Is made of approx 70% water. * Only moon is known as the moon Kaitlyn Whitman PPT to PREZI * Known as the "Red Planet" * Atmosphere is mainly CO2. * Mars has the tallest volcano in the Solar System, the Olympus Mons. Jupiter Neptune Introduction to the Solar System Uranus * Venus doesn't have any moons. * Second from the sun * The second brightest object in the sky other than The Moon * Atmosphere is made of mostly Hydrogen. * Saturn is known for its rings. * Four "spacecraft" have visited Saturn. Venus Pluto * Mercury has no known moons. * It is the smallest planet. * Closest to the sun. * Jupiter has 4 rings. * 67 moons orbit Jupiter. * Biggest planet in The Solar System. * Known for its raging storms. * Even though its smaller than Uranus, it has more mass. * Atmosphere is made of hydrogen, helium, and methane.

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