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PLANETS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM

7TH GRADE
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Allison Bicker

on 1 November 2012

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Transcript of PLANETS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM

THE PLANETS OF THE MILKY WAY THE UNIVERSE MERCURY VENUS EARTH MARS JUPITER SATURN URANUS NEPTUNE PLUTO FACTS Mercury has no moons.
Mercury can be up to 900 degrees when its facing the sun.
The climate of Mercury is one of extremes. One moment you would be struggling to stay warm, then as the Sun rises you would begin to be comfortable, but that feeling will only last a few minutes. As the Sun illuminates the day side of the planet, temperatures will begin to rise to over 900 degrees.
Aliens wouldn't be carbon based life forms but would have some type of mineral type muscle/skin/bones and wouldn't need to eat food in the way we would think, they would probably get nourishment from the suns radiation and heat. FACTS http://www.universetoday.com Venus has no moons.
The average temperature on Venus is 860 degrees Fahrenheit.
Venus has severe winds that blow at speeds greater than 100 m/s; although, the winds don’t reach down to the surface of the planet. It has sulfuric acid clouds which send down torrents of sulfuric acid rain.
Aliens would need to be heavy to keep themselves on the ground, be able to reflect heat, have a self cooling system, able to convert chemicals in the atmosphere into water and oxygen unless it survives on other gases or liquids, and to be strong enough to withstand the air pressure. FACTS Earth has one moon.
The average temperature on earth is 59 degrees Fahrenheit.
As the Sun warms the equator more than the poles, climate varies with latitude.
For an alien to live on Earth it would need to have human characteristics. http://www.universetoday.com FACTS http://www.universetoday.com/ Mars has two moons.
Mars' temperature can be as low as -130 degrees Fahrenheit.
The climate of Mars is very cold.
Aliens on Mars must have skin that would keep them very warm. http://www.universetoday.com/ FACTS Jupiter has at least 63 known moons.
Jupiter's average surface temperature is -229 degrees Fahrenheit.
Jupiter is very windy.
An alien would need to be able to fly and use echolocation to to see due to the fact there's no light. http://www.universetoday.com/ FACTS There are 60 known moons orbiting Saturn.
At the top of the clouds it can be -238 degrees Fahrenheit and on the surface it can be 21092 degrees Fahrenheit.
The cimate is very windy with lots of storms.
Aliens would have gills for breathing lots of gas. http://www.universetoday.com/ FACTS Uranus has 27 known moons.
The temperature on Uranus is -457.87 degrees Fahrenheit.
The climate of Uranus is below freezing, very windy, and has very strong surface pressure.
Aliens would need some kind of special lungs to be able to breath and they would need some kind of thick skin or fur to keep warm. http://www.universetoday.com/ FACTS Neptune has 13 known moons.
Neptune's temperature can be as low as -360.67 degrees Fahrenheit.
Neptune gets little sunlight and it has an internal source of heat, thought to be from radioactive minerals deep in the planet.
If aliens were to live on Neptune they would need to stay very warm and be used to seeing in the dark. Pluto is no longer a legitimate planet. http://www.universetoday.com/
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