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Solar System<br />By. Mya Seaton, Saniya Williams, Kennedy Williams, and Andrei Istrate<br />
Mercury<br />Mercury is the first planet from<br />the Sun. Mercury is about the size<br />of the Earth’s moon. It is cove...
Venus<br />Venus is about the same size as<br />Earth.  Clouds made of sulfuric acid<br />make the planet difficult to stu...
Earth<br />Earth is the largest of the inner planets.<br />It’s the only planet known to have life<br />and the only one w...
Mars<br />Mars is nicknamed the red planet<br />Because it looks fiery red from earth.<br />Mars is very small. Its diamet...
Jupiter<br />Jupiter is the  Largest planet in the <br />Solar system. It has a Diameter that is <br />More than 11 times ...
Saturn<br />Saturn has 31 moons. It’s atmosphere <br />Is mostly hydrogen and helium. <br />Saturn has no known solid surf...
Uranus<br />Uranus is a gas giant. Uranus <br />Rotates on its side as it orbits the <br />Sun. Uranus has 27 moons.<br />
Neptune<br />Its  atmosphere is mainly hydrogen and helium.<br />
Pluto<br />Pluto is a dwarf planet. <br />It has a rocky core.<br />
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  1. 1. Solar System<br />By. Mya Seaton, Saniya Williams, Kennedy Williams, and Andrei Istrate<br />
  2. 2. Mercury<br />Mercury is the first planet from<br />the Sun. Mercury is about the size<br />of the Earth’s moon. It is covered with<br />craters just like the Moon. Even<br />though it’s the planet closest to<br />Sun, it’s still about 58 million<br />kilometers(36 million mi) from the<br />Sun.<br />
  3. 3. Venus<br />Venus is about the same size as<br />Earth. Clouds made of sulfuric acid<br />make the planet difficult to study<br />from Earth. Venus surface is made<br />of volcanoes, mountain ranges,<br />highland regions, craters, and lava<br />plains.<br />
  4. 4. Earth<br />Earth is the largest of the inner planets.<br />It’s the only planet known to have life<br />and the only one whose surface is made<br />mostly of water. Earth’s distance from<br />The Sun helps the planet maintain a<br />Temperature that supports life.<br />
  5. 5. Mars<br />Mars is nicknamed the red planet<br />Because it looks fiery red from earth.<br />Mars is very small. Its diameter is only<br />Half of earth’s. Venus has dust storms<br />That can last for months. Mars may <br />Have had liquid water found on its<br />Surface.<br />
  6. 6. Jupiter<br />Jupiter is the Largest planet in the <br />Solar system. It has a Diameter that is <br />More than 11 times the earth. Jupiter has<br />63 moons.<br />
  7. 7. Saturn<br />Saturn has 31 moons. It’s atmosphere <br />Is mostly hydrogen and helium. <br />Saturn has no known solid surface.<br />Saturn has rings that are visible <br />From earth through a telescope.<br />
  8. 8. Uranus<br />Uranus is a gas giant. Uranus <br />Rotates on its side as it orbits the <br />Sun. Uranus has 27 moons.<br />
  9. 9. Neptune<br />Its atmosphere is mainly hydrogen and helium.<br />
  10. 10. Pluto<br />Pluto is a dwarf planet. <br />It has a rocky core.<br />
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