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Uranus, Neptune, And Pluto

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Rheana Khabra

on 5 March 2013

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli The reason why I chose this book is Why was I interested? I was interested in my book because it had a lot of information and the reading was satisfying for my level. I also really liked the illustrations in my book. SIX FACTS THAT I'VE LEARNED FROM READING THIS BOOK....... 1. Uranus takes close to 17 hours to rotate one time on its axis.

2. Most of Uranus's moons are named after different characters from some of the most famous plays written by William Shakespeare.

3. If you were to visit the planet Pluto you would only see its moon, Charon from one side.

4. Uranus was discovered on March 13, 1781 by William Herschel a young musician and astronomer.

5. Pluto was discovered at the end of the 1800's by Percival Lowell an American astronomer.

6. Neptune was discovered on September 23, 1846 by Johann Galle who used his telescope to find the planet. Other books that I would want to read I would recommend this book to people who would want to learn about the three planets Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto, because that is the main topic of my book. This book has lots of interesting facts and I would say it had basically all the information I needed. BY: ROBIN KERROD Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto copyright date: 2000 When I first saw the cover of the book I thought it would be really interesting. I never knew much about the planets Uranus, Neptune and Pluto so I decided I wanted to learn about them. I was flipping through the pages and it looked like my kind of book. Because........ 1. Asteroid: A small, rocky body that circles the Sun or another heavenly body. 2. Gravity: The attraction, or pull, that a heavenly body has on objects on or near it. 3. Probe: A spacecraft that travels from earth to explore bodies in the solar system. 4. Ring system: A set of rings around a giant planet, made up of rocky and icy particles. 1. Mercury and Venus By: Robin Kerrod Why? Because the cover looked really interesting. 2. The Sun By: Robin Kerrod Why? Because i didn't know much about the sun. 3. Asteroids, Comets, and Meteors By: Robin Kerrod Why? Because I didn't think anyone else would have the same book so it would be different. T A BIG THANKS TO....... www.google.ca for the information and amazing images My book Written by: Robin Kerrod The glossary of my book helped me for the definition of the 4 words I picked.
The really useful facts about each planet.
And the whole book for mostly all of my information. Four words I got from my Book with the definition Prezi done By: Rheana of....... "Interesting Facts About Neptune." Universe Today. 07 October 2008. Web. 02 Mar.2013. Why Would I Recommend This Book To Others? www.universetoday.com/.../10-interesting-facts-abou... www.google.com/images
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