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  •  Solar system : Is a collections of celestial object which consist of . . . Sun Asteroid Planets Comet Satellite Meteor With the sun as the center of their orbits Menu
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  •  Interior Planet : Planets, which were located in the earth's orbit around the sun.(Mercury and Venus)  Planet Out: Planets, which were located outside the earth's orbit around the sun. Back to Menu (Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune) Example of Example of Interior Planets Exterior Planets View slide
  • MERCURY  Mercury, one of the planets in the solar system. Mercury orbits closest to the Sun of all the planets, at an average distance of approximately 58 million km. The surface temperature at noon reaches 400°C, while at night reaches 200°C. Figure
  • Venus  Venus, one of the planets in the solar system, the second in distance from the Sun. Except for the Sun and the Moon, Venus is the brightest object in the sky. Venus Surface temperature reaches 450°C, so there’s no water or sea.  Venus is often called East Star, Dawn Star, Morning Star because sometimes it looks shiny in the east at sunrise  Venus is often called West Star, Evening Star, Night Star, because sometimes it appears at Sunset in the west Figure
  • Earth  Earth (planet), one of nine planets in the solar system, the only planet known to harbor life, and the “home” of human beings.  The Earth made up of several layer : Earth’s Crust Earth’s Mantle Outer core of Earth Inner core of Earth Figure
  • Mars  Mars, one of the planets in the solar system, it is the fourth planet from the Sun and orbits the Sun at an average distance of about 228 million km (about 141 million mi), and the average temperature in Mars reaches -60°C  Name of Mars comes from the god of War of Roman people  Mars has the largest and highest mountain in the solar system that’s Olympus Mons which is 27 km high and 600 km in diameter Back Content Planet Figure
  • Jupiter  Jupiter, fifth planet from the Sun and the largest planet in the solar system, Jupiter’s diameter is about 143 thousand km or 11 times the earth’s diameter ( about 1300 times the earth’s diameter )  Jupiter is made up of dense gasses such as hydrogen and helium. Jupiter’s surface is covered by a rotating gas cloud, the temperature in upper part of Jupiter cloud is about 140°C Figure
  • Saturn  Saturn, sixth planet in order of distance from the Sun, and the second largest in the solar system  Saturn has a ring that consist of collection of dust and pebbles that’s covered by ice  Its Surface temperature reaches -176°C Figure
  • Uranus  Uranus, Uranus was found by William Herschel, a British astronomer on March 13th 1781. Seventh planet from the Sun.  Uranus revolves outside the orbit of Saturn and inside the orbit of Neptune  Uranus has a solid core that’s made up of metal and is surrounded by the layers o gas and ice. Its temperature is very cold (-241°C). Uranus looks navy blue Figure
  • Neptune  Neptune, eighth planet from the Sun and fourth largest in diameter.  Neptune was found in 1844 as a result of cooperation between Leverier (French), Adams (English), and Galle (Berlin/German).  The condition of Neptune is similar to Uranus so these two planets are called twin planets the surface temperature reaches -120° Figure
  • Natural satellite Artificial  Satellite is a celestial object that orbits a planet and together with the planet revolves around the sun Back to Menu
  • Natural Satellite  Natural Satellite is a Satellite that has naturally existed in the solar system Video
  • Artificial Satellite  Artificial Satellite is a Satellite that is made by human and designed to move in a path that has been determined and serve a certain purpose example : to collect and send data or information required Video
  • Asteroid  Asteroid are celestial object that are smaller than planets, they are made up of rocks and iron, and have diameters ranging from several meters to hundreds of kilometers  Cluster of hundreds of thousands of asteroids called the Asteroid Belt Video Back to Menu
  • Comet  Comet are celestial objects that revolves around the sun forming an oval orbit.  Comet consist of a collection of freezing dust and gasses, but if they pass close the sun, the will melt and vaporize  Comet is often called a hairy star, because when the comet moves, at the back part of it there’s a gas spurt like a tail, the length can reach millions of kilometers and if the comet near with the sun, its tail can be more long Video Back to Menu
  • meteor  Meteor are celestial objects that move at high velocity entering Earth’s sky  When the meteor move to Earth’s surface, they cause friction with the Earth’s atmosphere , the friction produce heat, so meteor are burnt out completely  But there are also meteors that are not burnt out, so they reach Earth’s Surface, called Falling Star  Meteor that enter the Earth’s Atmosphere called Meteoroid  Meteor that reach the Earth’s Surface called Meteorites (in Arizona, has diameter 1.3 km the depth 175 m), this Meteoric Crater is called Barriger Creater Video Barriger Creater Back to Menu Video 1 Video 2
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