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Johnson Planets

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Latesheca Johnson

on 4 March 2013

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Sun Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun. Venus is the second planet away from the Sun. Earth is the third planet away from the Sun. Earth has one moon. Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun. Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun. Saturn is the sixth planet away from the Sun. . Uranus is the seventh planet away from the sun. Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr 6th Grade
Earth Science
6.E.1 Understand the earth/moon/sun system, and the properties, structures, and predictable motions of celestial
bodies in the Universe. Science Standard Latesheca Johnson Planets Neptune is the eight planet away from the Sun. Neptune The Planets Earth's moon is called Luna. You can see the moon without a telescope or binoculars. The moon also orbits the Earth. It takes 27 days to orbit. The number of hours of daylight and the intensity of the sunlight both vary in a predictable pattern that depends on how far north or south of the equator the place is.
This variation explains why temperatures vary over the course of the year and at different locations. How does the relative motion and relative position of the sun affect Earth? Watch this video to learn about why we have seasons. Watch this video to learn more about Earth's moon. 6.E.1.1 Explain how the relative motion and relative position of the sun, Earth and moon affect the seasons, tides, phases of the moon, and eclipses.

6.E.1.2 Explain why Earth sustains life while other planets do not based on their properties (including types of surface, atmosphere and
gravitational force) and location to the Sun. You will now pick a planet to research and you will decide as a group on the specifications of the project.
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