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Bronte Heslehurst

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When you see a star you think you are seeing what it looks like now. Wrong! The stars we are seeing are tens to hundreds to thousands of years of what they looked liked before. Also when we see a white star, it is at least as big as the sun. Stars Planets Mercury Mercury is the innermost and smallest planet in the Solar System, Venus Venus is the second-closest planet to the Sun Earth We don't need a description 'cause we live on it. Mars Mars is the home of "Olympus Mons", the largest volcano found in the solar system. It stands about 27 kilometers high with a crater 81 kilometers wide. Jupiter Jupiter is so big that you could fit all the other planets in the solar system inside it. The red spot of Jupiter is the biggest, most violent storm in the known universe -- that spot is at least three times the size of earth! Saturn Saturn is the second biggest planet, but it’s also the lightest planet. If there was a bathtub big enough to hold Saturn, it would float in the water!
The ring that surrounds Saturn could be the remnants of a moon that was shattered by Saturn's gravity. Uranus Uranus’ axis is at a 97 degree angle, meaning that it orbits lying on its side! Talk about a lazy planet. Neptune Neptune was discovered in 1846 (over 150 years ago). Since that time it has still yet to make a complete orbit around the sun, because one Neptune year lasts 165 Earth years!
Like Jupiter, Neptune has a dark spot caused by a storm. Neptune's spot is smaller than Jupiter's -- it is only about the size of the planet earth. Pluto Note: Pluto is no longer considered a planet -- instead, astronomers call it a dwarf planet or planetoid. The first man on the moon was Neil Armstrong U.S Space Shuttle By Bronte Heslehurst Hope U liked it Blackholes a black hole is a region of space from which nothing, including light, can escape.
If you hover over a black hole you will return younger then the people you left. Wormholes a wormhole is "shortcut" through spacetime. Dwarf Stars A white dwarf is very hot when it is formed but since it has no source of energy, it will gradually radiate away its energy and cool down.
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