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Matahari Planet Satelit semulajadi(bulan

)
Asteroids Meteoroid Komet
The constituents of the Solar System are (jasad-jasad yang terdapat didalam
sistem solar adalah):

a) Matahari

b) Satelit semulajadi


c) Asteroids



d) Meteoroids


e) Komet


f) Planet

The bigger object in the Solar System (objek
terbesar dalam Sistem Solar)
An object that moves around a planet (objek yang
bergerak mengelilingi planet)
A rocky object that moves around the Sun (objek
batuan yang bergerak mengelilingi matahari)
A piece of stone or metal that floats and travels in
outer space (kepingan batu atau logam yang
terapung dan bergerak di angkasa lepas)
Lump of ice, frozen gases and dusts which moves
around the Sun (Gumpalan ais, gas beku dan habuk-
habuk yang bergerak mengelilingi matahari)
9 planets in the Solar System (terdapat 9 planet
dalam Sistem Solar)
Mercury (Utarid) Venus Earth (Bumi)
Mars (Marikh) Jupiter (Musytari) Saturn (Zuhal)
Uranus Neptune (Neptun) Pluto
The Positions of The Planets From The Sun
(Urutan kedudukan planet-planet dari matahari)
Orbit A path taken by a planet to move around the Sun (Laluan
bagi setiap planet untuk bergerak mengelilingi matahari).
Science
Year 4
NATURAL SATELLITE
1- A natural satellite is an object that moves around a planet.
2- Example : Moon is Earth’s only natural satellite. It moves
around the Earth.
Info : All planets have their own natural satellites except for
Mercury and Venus.
3- Each natural satellite is much smaller than its planet.
Science
Year 4
NATURAL SATELLITE
Planet Number of Natural Satellite
Mercury 0
Venus 0
Earth 1
Mars 2
Jupiter 63
Saturn 48
Uranus 27
Neptune 13
Pluto 3
Science
Year 4
MAN-MADE SATELLITE
MEASAT 1 & 2 MEASAT 3
Science
Year 4
FUNCTIONS OF SATELLITE
Science
Year 4
1- An asteroid is a rocky object that moves around the Sun.
ASTEROIDS
2- Asteroids have different shapes and sizes.
3- Their size can be up to several 100km across but they are
usually smaller than planets.
4- Most asteroids lie in a belt between the planets Mars and
Jupiter.
5- This area is known as asteroid belt.
6- More than 100,000 asteroids are found in this asteroid belt.
Info: scientists think that asteroids may be the remains
of planet, which broke up early in the Solar System.
Science
Year 4
METEOROID
2- There are millions of meteoroids in the Solar System. Most of
them are small.
Info: Sometimes, a meteoroid may enter the Earth’s atmosphere.
When this happens, the meteoroid will begin to heat up and
start to glow. This is called meteor.
3- A meteor looks like a bright streak of light across the night
sky.
4- It also called a ‘shooting star’.
1- A meteoroid is a piece of stone or metal that floats and
travels in outer space.
A meteorite crater
Meteor
Info: Most meteors burn up before they strike the surface of the
Earth.

A meteor that strikes the Earth is called a meteorite

A meteorite can make a hole or a crater in the ground when it
hits it.
Science
Year 4
COMETS
1- Comet is lump of ice, frozen gases and dusts which moves
around the Sun.
2- A comet does not give off light. But when it gets close enough
to the Sun, it will glow and form a long tail.
3- Its tail can sometimes be millions of kilometres along.
4- Example : Halley’s Comet.
It can be seen from Earth every 76 years