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Our Solar System

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ethan lilien

on 3 March 2017

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Transcript of Our Solar System

OUR SOLAR SYSTEM
MERCURY
Halley's


Comet
The orbital path of Halley, outlined in blue, against the orbits of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, outlined in red.
Venus
Earth
Jupiter
Saturn
(Our favorite dwarf planet)
Pluto
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Mars
Mercury is the closet planet to the Sun at 35.98 million miles.
Uranus
Neptune
Path of the inner planets
Venus´ atmosphere is composed of 96% c02, nitrogen and other gases.
Path of the outer planets
Mars is the most similar to Earth out of the terrestrial planets.
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Largest planet in the solar system.
It's mass is more than 300 times Earth's mass.
Asteroids
Earth is the only atmosphere containing 21 % oxygenn
The average surface temperature on Uranus is about -300 degrees F.
Asteroids are left over from the formation of our solar system which took place 4.6 billion years ago.
Meteoroid: They are chunks of stone and debris in space.
Meteor: If a meteoroid enters the Earth's atmosphere and vaporizes, it becomes a meteor, which is often called a shooting star.
It is around 92.96 million miles away from the sun
This comet follows a path and we can see it very rarely.
Meteor
Saturn has a density of 0.687 grams/cubic cm. Saturn is the least dense planet in our solar system.
Neptune can produce storms like Jupiter. For example. The Great Dark Spot, a storm the size of Earth.
7.5 billion km from Earth, Pluto is located in the Kuiper Belt
Olympus Mons
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