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Solar System Travel Brochure ☼
Transcript of Solar System Travel Brochure ☼
When its facing the sun it can be 698 degrees! Good time for some tanning! when its not facing the sun it can be chilly! 238 degrees! Better pack a jacket kids! It will take us about 26 minutes to get there so you better bring something to do for the trip. There are no seasons on Mercury. Both Earth and Mercury were created about 4.5. The only known space craft to come close to Mercury was the Mariner 10 and it only mapped about 45% of the planet. It's to close to the sun to keep or capture any sattelites. Mercury Venus Lets name them! Jupiter Jupiter has over 60 moons probably due to its high gravitatonal force. We don't recommend a trip to Jupiter because it will be extremely tedious to remove the shuttle from Jupiter (if it doesn't get crushed by gravity). It is very stormy, which is why it has the big red spot; it's basically a hurricane. A 7 day 7 night trip would last a little over a day because a rotation on Jupiter is 9.9 hours, and a year is about 12 years on Earth. If you weigh 84 pounds here on Earth, you weigh 198.5 on Jupiter. It is about 17 minutes away with our shuttles. It's about 779 million KM or 5.2 A.U. away from the sun. It's like a rainforest except there's no rain or oxygen. We are only able to have sattelites on Jupiter Saturn Saturn is the second largest planet in the solar system. It is famous for its rings and named after Saturn, the Titan. Saturn's crumbly rings are quite amazing; it is almost like a personal asteroid belt (because all the hottest planets are wearing them). You would weigh about 89.3 pounds on Mars if you weighed 84 pounds here because of the similar gravity forces. It is mostly comprised of hydrogen and helium. It's a lovely place, just bring the basic vacation needs like toothpaste, oxygen, clothes, and sunscreen. Oh yeah, and food. Saturn is one of the coolest planets. It is 9.05 A.U. away from the sun or 1.35 billion K.M. Our shuttles can get there in 3 hours. Uranus Uranus is a fascinating planet that is believed to have been hit by an asteroid or large meteor knocking it on its side, which is why it spins on its side. Uranus is the 7th planet from the sun. Uranus is far from Earth. It'd take an hour to get there. The distance varies because of the elliptical shape of orbit as with all planets. It's about -355 degrees Fahrenheit so you may want to pack a light jacket. It is named for the Greek deity, father of Kronos/Saturn. It has icy rings, and it's atmosphere is mainly comprised of hydrogen. Little known fact: if you shrunk the Solar System to the size of your body, your head being the sun, then Uranus would be exactly where you expect it to be. Sun Neptune Neptune is the 8th planet in the solar system and is named for the Greek god of the sea for its blue color. It is 60x larger than Earth. A day is 16 hours, so a 7 day 7night trip would last more than half a week. A year on Neptune is about 160 earth years. Neptune is rather slow; it hasn't even had a revolution since we discovered it. This planet experiences seasons just like Earth. There have been several attempts to probe Neptune, some were successful. The Kuiper Belt The Kuiper belt is somewhat like an asteroid belt. Several comets stay in a belt around our solar system. It is very interesting. Only our star may be called "The Sun"; therefore, it is just as proper to say that We revolve around Sun instead of THE Sun. Solar System 0 0 _ - - U I
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