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    • 1. Our Solar System Neptune Uranus Mercury Venus Saturn Earth Jupiter Mars
    • 2. Mercury  Closest to the sun  Smallest planet  Rotates once every 59 earth days.  One day on Mercury lasts 176 Earth days.  Very dry, hot, and almost airless Image courtesy of http://zuserver2.star.ucl.ac.uk/~idh/apod/ap011124.html
    • 3. Venus Second closest planet to the sun  Brightest celestial body besides the moon and sun.  Cannot be seen in the middle of the night  Can be observed in the east at sunrise and the west at sunset Image courtesy of www. zuserver2.star.ucl.ac.uk
    • 4. Earth 3rd from the sun  5th largest planet in the solar system  More than 4.5 billion years old Has one natural satellite we call the moon.  Oceans cover 70% of Earth’s surface Image courtesy of www.filer.case.edu
    • 5. Mars Fourth from the sun Only planet whose surface can be seen in detail from the Earth Reddish in color, the atmosphere of Mars is made of carbon dioxide Image courtesy of http://mysite.du.edu/~jcalvert/astro/mars.htm
    • 6. Jupiter The Fifth planet from the sun Largest planet in the solar system Has at least 39 months Image courtesy of http://www.heavens-above.com/jupiter.asp?lat=0&lng=0&loc=B&alt=0&tz=CET
    • 7. Saturn Sixth planet from the sun Has at least 31 moons The surface on Saturn consists of liquid and gas Image courtesy of http://www.heavens-above.com/saturn.asp?lat=0&lng=0&loc=Unspecified&alt=0&tz=CET
    • 8. Uranus Seventh planet from the sun 1st planet discovered with a telescope Atmosphere is a mixture of Hydrogen, Helium, and methane Does not have a solid surface Image courtesy of http://www.astro.keele.ac.uk/~rdj/planets/uranus.html
    • 9. Neptune 8th and farthest planet from the sun The atmosphere is mostly hydrogen and helium Has 8 known moons Image courtesy of http://worldalmanacforkids.com
    • 10. Moon Bigger than Pluto Only object in the Solar System visited by humans. A lunar month is 29.35 days, 1 new moon to the next. The moon’s gravitational pull on Earth is the main cause of the ocean’s tide.
    • 11. Sun Located 93,000,000 miles from Earth Closest star to Earth At least 4.5 billion years old Has a surface temperature of 10,000 degrees and a center temperature of 27,000,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
    • 12. Asteroids The Asteroid Belt is the space between Mars and Jupiter It contains irregularly shaped chunks of debris called asteroids Asteroids made of rock and metal. Mostly nickel and iron
    • 13. Our Solar System The Solar System is the sun together with the eight planets and all other celestial bodies that orbit the sun. Everything in the Solar System orbits or revolves around the Sun in a counter-clockwise direction. The Solar System is estimated to have formed between 4.53 and 4.58 billion years ago. The Sun contains around 98% of all the material in the Solar System Remembering the order of the planets in our Solar System: My Very Excellent Mother Just Served Us Nachos E E A A U A R E R N R R P T A P C U T S I U N T U S H T R U U R E N S N Y R E
    • 14. CHECK YOUR LEARNING! See how many questions you can answer independently. Click the answer you think is correct. If you’re stumped, use the buttons on the right to revisit the pages. This planet is 4th from the sun, reddish in color, with a carbon Dioxide atmosphere . Mercury Jupiter Mars Bigger than Pluto, the only object in the Solar System visited by humans. Mars Moon Mercury Ask me some more!!!
    • 15. CHECK YOUR LEARNING! See how many questions you can answer independently. Click the answer you think is correct. If you’re stumped, use the buttons on the right to revisit the pages. Though this planet is 7th from the sun, it was the 1st planet discovered with a telescope. Not having a solid surface, it’s atmosphere is a mixture of Hydrogen, Helium, and Methane. Neptune Pluto Uranus This planet has 8 moons and is furthest away from the sun. It’s atmosphere is mostly Hydrogen and Helium. Neptune Uranus Pluto Ask me some more!!!
    • 16. CHECK YOUR LEARNING! See how many questions you can answer independently. Click the answer you think is correct. If you’re stumped, use the buttons on the right to revisit the pages. This planet is 6th from the sun with at least 31 moons. The surface of this planet consists of liquid and gas. Neptune Saturn Venus The 5th largest planet in our solar system is 3rd from the sun. It’s more than 4.5 billion years old. It has one natural satellite and oceans cover 70% of it’s surface . Venus Mars Earth Ask me some more!!!
    • 17. CHECK YOUR LEARNING! See how many questions you can answer independently. Click the answer you think is correct. If you’re stumped, use the buttons on the right to revisit the pages. Select the answer that shows the order of the planets, beginning with the Planet closest to the sun and ending with the planet farthest from the sun. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune Mercury, Earth, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune Mercury, Venus, Mars, Earth, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune This planet is the second closest planet to the sun. From Earth, it is the brightest celestial body besides the moon and sun. It cannot be seen in the middle of the night; however, it can be observed in the east at sunrise and the west at sunset Mercury Venus Mars Ask me some more!!!
    • 18. CHECK YOUR LEARNING! See how many questions you can answer independently. Click the answer you think is correct. If you’re stumped, use the buttons on the right to revisit the pages. The Fifth planet from the sun. This planet, which is the largest in the solar system, has at least 39 months. Jupiter Saturn Mars The smallest planet in the solar system is also the closest to the sun. The planet rotates once every 59 earth days. This planet is very dry, hot, and almost airless. Venus Mercury Mars Ask me some more!!!
    • 19. Congratulations! Use the below links to take your learning further. (Clicking on the links will open a new browser window.) Games Play the Solar System Switch-a-roo Create your own Solar System Solar System Memory Game Activities and Projects EXIT Make a Star - Finder Build a Moon Habitat Build a Bubble-Powered Rocket
    • 20. Mercury  Closest to the sun  Smallest planet  Rotates once every 59 earth days.  One day on Mercury lasts 176 Earth days.  Very dry, hot, and almost airless Go back where I came from! Image courtesy of http://zuserver2.star.ucl.ac.uk/~idh/apod/ap011124.html
    • 21. Venus Second closest planet to the sun  Brightest celestial body besides the moon and sun.  Cannot be seen in the middle of the night  Can be observed in the east at sunrise and the west at sunset Go back where I came from! Image courtesy of www. zuserver2.star.ucl.ac.uk
    • 22. Earth 3rd from the sun  5th largest planet in the solar system  More than 4.5 billion years old Has one natural satellite we call the moon.  Oceans cover 70% of Earth’s surface Go back where I came from! Image courtesy of www.filer.case.edu
    • 23. Mars Fourth from the sun Only planet whose surface can be seen in detail from the Earth Reddish in color, the atmosphere of Mars is made of carbon dioxide Go back where I came from! Image courtesy of http://mysite.du.edu/~jcalvert/astro/mars.htm
    • 24. Jupiter The Fifth planet from the sun Largest planet in the solar system Has at least 39 months Go back where I came from! Image courtesy of http://www.heavens-above.com/jupiter.asp?lat=0&lng=0&loc=B&alt=0&tz=CET
    • 25. Saturn Sixth planet from the sun Has at least 31 moons The surface on Saturn consists of liquid and gas Go back where I came from! Image courtesy of http://www.heavens-above.com/saturn.asp?lat=0&lng=0&loc=Unspecified&alt=0&tz=CET
    • 26. Uranus Seventh planet from the sun 1st planet discovered with a telescope Atmosphere is a mixture of Hydrogen, Helium, and methane Does not have a solid surface Go back where I came from! Image courtesy of http://www.astro.keele.ac.uk/~rdj/planets/uranus.html
    • 27. Neptune 8th and farthest planet from the sun The atmosphere is mostly hydrogen and helium Has 8 known moons Go back where I came from! Image courtesy of http://worldalmanacforkids.com
    • 28. Moon Bigger than Pluto Only object in the Solar System visited by humans. A lunar month is 29.35 days, 1 new moon to the next. The moon’s gravitational pull on Earth is the main cause of the ocean’s tide. Go back where I came from!

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