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Noelle S.

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on 17 October 2014

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The sun is 4.6 billion years old
The temperature inside the sun can
reach 15 million degrees Celsius

Light from the sun reaches the Earth
in about 8 minutes

Mercury is the smallest and
closest to the sun
Mercury is 35,980,00
miles away from the sun
Mercury is the most iron rich
planet in the solar system
A day on Venus last
longer than a year
Venus rotates counter
Venus is the second brightest
object in the night sky
The Earths rotation
is gradually slowing
Earth has a powerful
magnetic field
There is only one natural
satellite of the planet earth
Mars is home to the tallest
mountain in the universe
Mars takes its names from
the roman God of war
On Mars the sun appears about half
the size as it does in earth
Jupiter has the shortest
day of all planets
Jupiter has a thin
ring system
Jupiter's interior is made of rock,
metal, and hydrogen compounds
Saturn has 150 moons
Saturn is the flattest planet
Saturn orbits the sun
once every 29.4 Earth years
Uranus turns on it's axis once
every 17 hours 14 minutes
Uranus is the
coldest planet
Uranus has two sets of rings
of very thin set of dark
colored rings
Neptune spins on its
axis very rapidly
Neptune is the smallest
of the ice giants
Neptune has a very
active climate
pluto is named after the
greek god if the underworld
Pluto has 5
known moons
Pluto may be the
largest dwarf planet
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