Inner Planets
Outer Planets
PLANETS
2nd smallest planet
Fastest planet
Many craters
Low force gravity
Earth’s twin
Blanketed with dense clouds
Slightly yellow color
Brightest planet
Red planet
Olympus Mons
Polar caps
Largest planet
One moon has volcanoes
Liquid hydrogen and helium towards the middle
Great Red Spot
Ringed planet
2nd largest
Lowest density
Most numbered moon planet
Blue-green color
Similar to Uranus
Solid rock surface
No dense atmosphere
What’s the difference between
comets, meteoroids, meteor,
meteorites and asteroids?
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The 9 Planets

  1. 1. Inner Planets Outer Planets PLANETS
  2. 2. 2nd smallest planet Fastest planet Many craters Low force gravity
  3. 3. Earth’s twin Blanketed with dense clouds Slightly yellow color Brightest planet
  4. 4. Red planet Olympus Mons Polar caps
  5. 5. Largest planet One moon has volcanoes Liquid hydrogen and helium towards the middle Great Red Spot
  6. 6. Ringed planet 2nd largest Lowest density Most numbered moon planet
  7. 7. Blue-green color
  8. 8. Similar to Uranus
  9. 9. Solid rock surface No dense atmosphere
  10. 10. What’s the difference between comets, meteoroids, meteor, meteorites and asteroids?
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