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Danny planets is a presentation on the solar system. It was for my son for his grade 2 classroom presentation. We worked on it together.

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  • 1. *PLANETS
  • 2. * Contains the nine planets and other smaller objects * The first four planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars * They are smaller and rocky * The next four planets are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune * They are larger planets and are very gaseous in nature. * All the objects in the Solar System orbit the Sun. *
  • 3. * THE SOLAR SYSTEM
  • 4. * Is about the same size as the Moon. * Is the closest planet to the Sun. * It is about 58 million kilometers from the Sun. * Makes one complete orbit around the Sun every 87.97 days. * Is covered with mountains, craters, ridges and valleys. * Has no satellites. *
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  • 6. * Is the closest planet to the Earth. * It is about the same size as the Earth. * Is the second planet from the Sun. * It is about 108 million kilometres from the Sun. * It completes one rotation in about 243 days and 24 minutes. * Has no satellites. *
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  • 8. * Is the planet that we live on, our planet. * Is the third planet from the Sun. * It is about 150 million kilometers from the Sun. * Makes one complete orbit around the Sun every 365.27 days. * Is mostly covered by water (75%). * Has a total of 1 satellite (the Moon). *
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  • 10. * Is sometimes called the Red Planet. * Is the fourth planet from the Sun. * It is about 228 million kilometres from the Sun. * Makes one complete orbit around the Sun every 686.98 days. * Has seasons similar to our planet, but they last much longer. * Has a total of 2 satellites (or moons). *
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  • 12. * Is the largest of all the planets. * Is the fifth planet from the Sun. * It is about 780 million kilometres from the Sun. * Makes one complete orbit around the Sun every 11.86 years. * Is one of the brightest planets. * Has a total of 16 satellites. *
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  • 14. * Is the second largest of all the planets. * Is the sixth planet from the Sun. * It is about 1.4 billion kilometres from the Sun. * Makes one complete orbit around the Sun every 29.46 years. * Is known for the many rings that go around it. * Has a total of 21 satellites. *
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  • 16. * Is composed mainly of hydrogen and helium gases. * Is the seventh planet from the Sun. * It is about 2.9 billion kilometres from the Sun. * Makes one complete orbit around the Sun every 84 years. * Can sometimes be seen with the naked eye. * Has a total of 15 satellites (or moons). *
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  • 18. * Is very similar to Uranus in size. * Is the eighth planet in order from the Sun. * It is about 4.5 billion kilometres from the Sun. * Makes one complete orbit around the Sun every 164.79 years. * Has a weather system that is very active. * Has a total of 8 satellites (or moons). *
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  • 20. * Is the smallest planet. * Is the ninth planet from the Sun. * It is about 5.9 billion kilometres from the Sun. * Makes one complete orbit around the Sun every 248 years. * Is sometimes known as a double-planet because it has a moon (Charon) that orbits it. * Has a total of 1 satellite (or moons). *
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