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Solar
System
BasicPlanet.com
Some scientist debate that the solar system was formed in a variety of ways;
however, they estimate that it was formed alm...
BasicPlanet.com
The center of our solar system is the Sun.
The Sun is not a planet, it is a star and it is the closest sta...
Mercury, the closest planet to the
Sun, can range from 800
degrees F in the day, and at
night, temperatures reach -280 F,
...
Venus has a lot of volcanic plains with this
covering almost 70 percent of the planet.
BasicPlanet.com
Venus is considered...
Earth is the third planet from the sun and it is fifth largest planet
in the Solar System. The Earth is the densest of plan...
The reason why Mars is called the Red Planet is because of the
many particles of iron oxide found on the surface of the pl...
The Olympus
Mons in Mars,
is the highest
mountain range
in the Solar
System.
BasicPlanet.com Olympus Mons
Jupiter is the biggest
of all planets found in the
Solar System of today
and the fifth planet found
from the Sun.
BasicPlan...
Jupiter has a
planetary ring
system and has
63 different
moons!
Lo, a satellite of
the planet
Jupiter, is the
biggest natu...
BasicPlanet.com
Saturn
This is going to be made up
of 9 different but continuous
rings which are the main
rings; and there...
Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, is also bigger than Mercury
and it has its own atmosphere. It’s the only moon in the
entire ...
Uranus does have its own
ring system as well as its
own magnetosphere; along
with 27 moons known so far.
Uranus is the col...
Neptune has almost 17 times more mass than that found on
Earth and will be smaller than Uranus which is very close to it.
...
Makemake Ceres Pluto
There are eight planets in the solar system. Pluto is a Dwarf Planet.
There is a huge estimate of may...
FIND US...
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FACEBOOK.COM/BIOEXPEDITION
TWITTER.COM/BIOEXPEDITION
YOUTUBE.COM/BIOEXPEDITION
PINTEREST.COM/BI...
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  1. 1. Solar System BasicPlanet.com
  2. 2. Some scientist debate that the solar system was formed in a variety of ways; however, they estimate that it was formed almost 4.6 billion years ago. BasicPlanet.com
  3. 3. BasicPlanet.com The center of our solar system is the Sun. The Sun is not a planet, it is a star and it is the closest star to earth. The actual distance of the sun from the earth is about 149.6 million kilometers. Although it is a tremendous distance the sun does not appear to us that far away.
  4. 4. Mercury, the closest planet to the Sun, can range from 800 degrees F in the day, and at night, temperatures reach -280 F, but it is not the hottest planet in the solar system. Mercury, the hottest planet? BasicPlanet.com
  5. 5. Venus has a lot of volcanic plains with this covering almost 70 percent of the planet. BasicPlanet.com Venus is considered to be the hottest of all planets in the Solar System due to greenhouse effect.
  6. 6. Earth is the third planet from the sun and it is fifth largest planet in the Solar System. The Earth is the densest of planets also. BasicPlanet.com
  7. 7. The reason why Mars is called the Red Planet is because of the many particles of iron oxide found on the surface of the planet. BasicPlanet.com
  8. 8. The Olympus Mons in Mars, is the highest mountain range in the Solar System. BasicPlanet.com Olympus Mons
  9. 9. Jupiter is the biggest of all planets found in the Solar System of today and the fifth planet found from the Sun. BasicPlanet.com
  10. 10. Jupiter has a planetary ring system and has 63 different moons! Lo, a satellite of the planet Jupiter, is the biggest natural satellite found in the Solar System. BasicPlanet.com Lo
  11. 11. BasicPlanet.com Saturn This is going to be made up of 9 different but continuous rings which are the main rings; and there is also 3 other arcs which aren’t continuous in features.  Saturn, the second largest planet is known because it has a ring system.
  12. 12. Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, is also bigger than Mercury and it has its own atmosphere. It’s the only moon in the entire Solar System to be able to have this. BasicPlanet.com Titan
  13. 13. Uranus does have its own ring system as well as its own magnetosphere; along with 27 moons known so far. Uranus is the coldest planet in the solar system. The planet orbits the Sun only once for every 84 Earth years which is a length period of time to orbit the Sun. 
  14. 14. Neptune has almost 17 times more mass than that found on Earth and will be smaller than Uranus which is very close to it. BasicPlanet.com Neptune is the further planet away from the Sun.
  15. 15. Makemake Ceres Pluto There are eight planets in the solar system. Pluto is a Dwarf Planet. There is a huge estimate of maybe 200 different dwarf planets out there in the Solar System that hasn’t been discovered yet. BasicPlanet.com
  16. 16. FIND US... BASICPLANET.COM FACEBOOK.COM/BIOEXPEDITION TWITTER.COM/BIOEXPEDITION YOUTUBE.COM/BIOEXPEDITION PINTEREST.COM/BIOEXPEDITION COPYRIGHT © 2013 BASICPLANET.COM
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