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Transcript of Outer Space
Moving forward we see our home,
This is Earth, where humans roam.
Here there is a lot of land and sea,
It has one moon, that at night we can see!
We will be exploring the planets one by one,
Starting with Mercury because it is the closest to the sun.
It is mostly made of iron, you see,
This makes it as heavy as can be.
Even though Mercury has no moons,
We can still see it from our rooms!
Venus, the next planet we will meet,
Is considered Earth’s twin, which is really neat.
Venus is the second planet from the sun,
It spins in the opposite direction just for fun.
Next on our adventure is Mars,
This planet is red and half the size of ours!
Mars has two moons that orbit it,
And the highest mountains, we’re sure of it.
Jupiter is the next on our list,
It is the largest planet, and cannot be missed!
Jupiter is a gas giant and spins so fast,
With over 50 moons, it has the most mass.
Saturn is mostly known for its rings of ice,
Exploring this planet is really nice.
Titan is Saturn’s largest moon by far,
Saturn is the sixth planet among the stars.
Next is Uranus, the coldest planet yet,
It is an icy gas giant, the first that we’ve met.
The rings of Uranus are made up of dust,
We would weigh less here, which is a plus.
The last planet in our solar system is Neptune,
And sadly this is almost the end of my tune.
Neptune is the farthest planet from the sun,
It is blue in color, and has storms that aren’t fun.
The Size of the Planets
What it takes to be an astronaut....
GARRETT E. REISMAN (PH.D.)
NASA ASTRONAUT (FORMER)
Astronaut from Parsippany, NJ
-Great student in math and science
-enjoys doing experiments
Pluto is the only dwarf planet to have once been considered a major planet. It was once thought of as a ninth planet and the one most distant from the sun.