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Solar System

Solar System Consist Of:


Planets
Moon
Asteroids
Comets

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Planets
A planet is a large
round heavenly body
that orbits a star and
shine with a light
reflected from the
star. We know of the
nine planets that orbit
the sun on our solar
system. Since in 1992
astronomers have also
discovered many
planets orbiting other
star
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What are the nine planets?
HINT: My Educated Mother Just Sent Us Nine Pizza
Mercury
Venus
Earth
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Pluto

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Mercury
Me/re/cu/ry <<MUR
kyuhr ee>>
noun
The smallest in the
solar system after
Pluto and the one
nearest to the sun. its
takes 88 days to
complete at a mean
distance of almost
36,000,000v miles
mercury goes around
the sun about four
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time while the earth is
going around ones
Venus

Venus is the sixth largest planet in the solar


system and the second in distance from the
sun. Venus us the brightest planet of the solar
system and the one that comes closest to the
earth.

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Earth
Age: At least 4 ½ billion years
Mass: ,600,000,000,000,000,000,000 (6.6 sextillion tons) (6.0
sextillion metric tons)
Surface features: highest land - Mount Everest, 29,035 feet (8,850
meters) above sea level, Lowest land - shore of the dead sea, about
1,310 feet (399 meters) below sea.
Temperature: Highest 136 °F (59 °C) At Asia, Libya.
Lowest - 128.6 °F (-86 °C) Vostok station in Antarctica
average surface temperature, 59 ° F (15 °C)
Chemical makeup of the earth's crush (In
percent of the crust's weight): Oxygen 46.6,
Silicon 27.7, Aluminum 8.1, iron 5.0, calcium 3.6,
sodium 2.8, potassium 2.6 magnesium 2.0, and other
elements totaling 1.6 7
Mars
The mars odseey probe
shown in this
illustration orbiting
mars, found evidence
of water ice beneath
the surface of mars in
2002. The probe
launched in 2001, also
analyze the chemical
composition of the
planet's surface.

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What is the planet called?

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Jupiter

Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system its


diameter is 88,846 miles (142,984 kilometers),
more than 11 times that of the Earth and about
one-tenth that of the sun. It would take more than
1,000 Earth to fill up the volume of the giant
planet. When viewed from the Earth Jupiter a
appear brighter than most star. It is usually the
second brightest planet after - Venus

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Saturn

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Uranus
U|ra|nus <<yu RAY uh-
>>
noun

One of the larger planets


in the solar system and
the seventh in distance
from the sun

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Neptune
Latin, related to
nebula cloud mist

In Neptune's outermost ring, 39,000 miles (63,000


Kilometers) from the planet, material mysteriously
clumps into the three bright, dense acre
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Pluto
Is Pluto is a planet?
Yes Pluto is a planet.
The body that decides
the classification of
objects in the solar
system the
International
Astronomical Union
(UAI) has no plans to
change Pluto's status
as a planet and has
decided against
assigning it a minor
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planet number