Mercury • Mercury (element) metal and chemical element. • Mercury (planet) the planet nearest to the sun in the solar system.• Distance from sun: 58 million km • Mercury (mythology), a• Diameter: 4878 km roman god.• Rotation (days): 58.65• Length of year: 0.24• Moons: 0• How hot: 400 degrees Celsius
Venus• Distance from sun: 108 million km 0.7au• Diameter: 12, 102 km • Venus is the 2nd planet from the• Rotation (days): 243r sun.• Length of year: 0.62 • Orbiting the sun every 224.7• Moons: 0 earth days.• How hot: 500 degrees • This planet is named after Celsius Venus, the roman goddess of love and beauty. • About 70% nitrogen.
Mars • Mercury is the 4th planet from the sun. • This planet is named after the roman god of wars.• Distance from sun: 228 • It’s often described as the million km 1.5 au “Red Planet”.• Diameter: 6787km • Until the first flyby of Mars• Rotation (days): 1.03 occurred in 1965, by• Length of year: 1.88 Mariner 4• Moons: 2
Jupiter• Jupiter is the 5th planet from the sun.• It is the largest planet of the solar system.• The Romans named it after the god Jupiter.• This planet is primarily composed of hydrogen, with a quarter of it’s mass being helium. This planet has been explored on several occasions by robotic space crafts, by pioneer and voyager.• Jupiter is cold but there is a rock centre in the middle that is really hot.• When your away from the hot rock centre you will need to be wearing warm clothing.
Jupiter and its Moons • Jupiter is the largest of the planets, with a volume more than 1,300 times greater than that of Earth. Jupiter’s colorful bands are caused by strong atmospheric currents and accentuated by a dense cloud cover. The massive planet, upper right, is shown here with its four largest satellites: Io, upper left, Ganymede, lower left, Europa, center, and Callisto, lower right.
Saturn• Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun.• Saturn is named after the roman god Saturn, equated to the Greek cronus (the titan father of Zeus).• Saturn along with the other gas giants, Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune.• These 4 planets are referred to as the Jovian planets meaning Jupiter like.• Saturn is probably composed of a core of iron, nickel, silicon and oxygen compounds.• This planet has a deep layer of metallic hydrogen, an intermediate layer of, liquid hydrogen and liquid helium, and finally with an outer gaseous layer.
Uranus• Uranus is the 7th planet from the sun.• Uranus has the 3rd planetary radius and 4th largest mass in the solar system.• It was named after the ancient Greek deity of the sky Uranus (ancient Greek oupavos).• The father of cronus (Saturn) and grand father of Zeus (Jupiter).• Uranus is 15 times the mass of earth but not as dense.
Neptune• Neptune is the 8th planet from the sun.• It is named after the roman god of the sea.• Neptune is 17 times the mass of planet earth.• Neptune’s atmosphere is composed of hydrogen and helium, along with traces of hydrocarbons and probably nitrogen.
But the question isWHAT DO WE NEED TOSURVIVE ON ANOTHER PLANET?
What do we need to survive on MERCURY?• Oxygen to breath• Hydrogen to breath• Umbrella
What do we need to survive on VENUS?• Endless supply of food• Water• A space suit for oxygen
What do we need to survive on MARS? • Spacecraft with supplies of: • Power • Cooling • Food • Water • Air • A way to dispose wastes • Recycling air • Recycling water • Recycling carbon
What do we need to survive on JUPITER?• Ugg boots to keep your feet warm, 3 pairs of thick socks worn on each pther to keep it warm to.• Ear muffs to keep your ears warm.
What do we need tosurvive on SATURN? • An oxygen tank. • A space suit. • Water. • Food. • A transportation device. • A pressure suit. • Rope.
What do we need tosurvive on URANUS? • Warm clothing. • Food. • Water.
What do we need tosurvive on NEPTUNE? • Lots of food and water. • Something to keep warm in.
What we need to survive onanother planet links!!
Link for the answers (terrestrial planets)• http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_would_you_need_to _live_on_th_planet_mercury• http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_would_you_need_to _survive_on_venus&isLookUp=1#Q=what%20would%2 0you%20need%20to%20survive%20on%20venus%3F• http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_would_you_need_to _survive_on_mars&isLookUp=1#Q=what%20would%20 you%20need%20to%20survive%20on%20mars%3F
Link for the answers (gas giants)• http://wiki.answers.com/Q/what_would_you_need_to _survive_on_jupiter• http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_a_human_nee d_to_survive_on_Saturn&altQ=What_would_you_nee d_to_survive_on_saturn• http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_a_human_nee d_to_survive_on_uranus• http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_do_you_need_to_su rvive_on_neptune&isLookUp=1#Q=what%20do%20you %20need%20to%20survive%20on%20neptune
Links of information ifound out from Wikipedia!!
Link of information• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/mercury• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/venus• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/mars
Link of information• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/jupiter• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/saturn• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/uranus• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/neptune
Links of pictures• FoldersGroup ProgramMicrosoft Student with Encarta Premium 2009 DVD.lnk
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