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Enoc J. (Solar System)

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Transcript of Enoc J. (Solar System)

The Sun
The Sun is 92,960,000 miles away!
The Sun`s temperature goes up to 5500 Celsius!!!!!!
The sun is so big 1,000,000 earth`s can fit inside.
Mercury
The temperature reaches up 427 Celsius!!
The Assyrian`s astronomers discovered mercury.
Mercury is the smallest planet.
Venus
Venus rotates counter-clockwise.
Venus is the hottest planet.
Venus is known as the morning star and evening star.
Earth
Only 3% of Earth`s water is fresh.
Earth was once believed to be the center of the universe.
70% percent Earth`s surface is covered in water.
Mars
Egyptian astronomers discovered Mars.
Mars is home to the tallest mountain in the solar system.
Only 18 missions to Mars have been successful.
Jupiter
Jupiter is the biggest planet.
Jupiter is known as the gas giant.
The Great Red Spot is a huge storm on Jupiter.
Saturn
Saturn has 62 known moons!
Saturn orbits the Sun once every 29.4 Earth years!
Saturn is made mostly of hydrogen.
Uranus
Uranus is the Coldest Planet.
Uranus has two sets of rings of very thin set of dark colored rings.
Uranus makes one trip around the Sun every 84 Earth years.
Neptune
Only one aircraft has flown to Neptune.
Neptune has a very thin collection of rings.
Neptune was discovered by Urbain Le Verrier & Johann Galle.
Pluto
Pluto was reclassified from a planet to a dwarf planet in 2006.
Pluto is named after the Greek god of the underworld.
Pluto was discovered on February 18th, 1930 by the Lowell Observatory.
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