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Solar System

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Erik Swanston

on 6 May 2010

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SPACE Closest planet to the sun! Mercury The smallest planet in the solar system. Venus The hottest planet from the sun due to greenhouse effect. No moons revolve around it. Planet with liquid water which is needed in order for life to exist!! Earth Has one orbiting moon, "Moon" Also known as the "red-planet" Mars Has two orbiting moons, Phobos and Diemos. Largest planet in the solar system. Jupiter Has 64 moons, four largest moons
"Io, Europa, Ganymade, Callisto" SUN! Massive Giant Star! - Millons of Degrees Hot Saturn Has 63 moons oribiting it. Has rings that revolve around it Uranus Revolves on its side unlike the other planets Moons orbit it vertically unlike the moons of other planets. Neptune It is the last planet in the solar system. Its the coldest planet. Endless Possibilites, of Discovering
Something New ... Mainly composed of metals, rock, silica, and carbon. Asteroids Centre of our solar system and all planets revolve around it. Landscape has craters which is similar to the moon. Mountianous landscape with many craters. Has a large storm (2x the size of earth) called the Great Red Spot. Comets Composed of ice, dust and rocks. Meteoroid Are small bits of rock which have travelled long distances through the solar system. The Milky Way Galaxy It is a spirial galaxy
We live in this galaxy, since it houses earth. Meteorites are meteors that have survived the fall through Earth`s atmosphere, eventually have collided with the planet. Meteorite Crater Meteors These are meteoroids that have been trapped by the planet and are pulled down towards it. Usually light up due to the immense heat and friction with the air. Known as the "terrestrial planets" Known as the "gas gaints"
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