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  • 1. The Solar System by Stanford Yu Inner Planets Outer Planets There are 9 planets in the solar system.
  • 2. The traits of inner and outer planets More Gas Bigger Lower Farther Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Outer Planets Less or None Solid Smaller Higher Nearer Mercury Venus Earth Mars Inner Planets Moons Elements Dimension Temperature Distance from Sun Members Type
  • 3. Introduction of Jupiter
  • 4. What does Jupiter mean in Greek? Jupiter is known as Zeus in Greece over threw his father Saturn to become king of the gods. He then split the universe with his brother Neptune and Pluto.
  • 5. Where is it located? Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun.
  • 6. Is it an inner or outer planet?
    • It is an outer planet.
  • 7. Traits of Jupiter Diameter: 142,983 Kilometers
    • Average temperature: -153℃.
    • Moons: at least 62 moons, most
    • of them are small
    • One orbit of sun: 4,332 days
    • It is made of gas.
    • Distance from sun: 777 million
    • kilometers
    Jupiter’s atmosphere is made of hydrogen, helium and methane.
  • 8. Introduction of Earth
  • 9. What does Earth mean in Greek? In astronomy mythology, her Greek name was Gaea. Earth was the mother of the mountains, valleys, streams and all other formations. She was married to Uranus.
  • 10. Where is it located? Earth is the third planet from the Sun.
  • 11. Is it an inner or outer planet?
    • It is an inner planet.
  • 12. Traits of Earth Diameter: 12,755 Kilometers
    • Average temperature: 7.2℃.
    • Moons: has one moon, called
    • Luna
    • One orbit of sun: 365 days
    • It is made of rock.
    • Distance from sun: 150 million
    • kilometers
    Earth’s atmosphere is made of nitrogen, oxygen and argon.
  • 13. Comparison of Earth & Jupiter
    • Full of water, oxygen and lands
    • Temperate climate
    • Only has one moon
    • Smaller size (inner planet)
    • Support living things
    • Has no water and oxygen
    • Very very cold
    • Has at least 62 moons
    • Larger size
    • No living things has been found

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