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A review of planet information from the 6th grade unit

A review of planet information from the 6th grade unit

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  • 1. Planets
    • A Techie Project
    • March 2009
    • D. Greer
  • 2. The Inner Planets
  • 3. Where did you find this information?
    • Notes from the Movie with Malcolm and Stanley
    • Planet Research
    • Homework Sheets
    • Class Room Discussions
  • 4. Solar System
    • Sun
    • 8 Planets
    • 60 Moons
  • 5. Inner Planets Terrestrial Planets
    • The four inner planets
    • Solid
    • Rocky Surface
    • Small
  • 6. Mercury
    • closest planet to the sun
    • smaller than Earth
    • no atmosphere
    • has no moons
  • 7.
    • hottest plant
    • rotates in opposite direction of other planets called retrograde
    • 90 times the air pressure of Earth
    • atmosphere made up of mostly carbon dioxide with sulfuric acid.
    Venus
  • 8. Retrograde
    • opposite direction
    • Latin word “retro” - backwards
    • Venus & Uranus spin clockwise
  • 9. Earth
    • Atmosphere made includes the gases nitrogen, oxygen, clouds of water droplets.
    • 3 layers: crust, a mantle, and core
    • 150 million Km from the sun
  • 10. greenhouse effect
    • Carbon dioxide in a planets atmosphere traps in the sun’s heat.
  • 11.  
  • 12.
    • called the red planet, its surface covered in red dust
    • day is a little longer than Earth’s
    • has 2 moons
    • Atmosphere made up mostly of carbon dioxide
    • 1 % the pressure of Earth
    • tilted on its axis
    • 2 moons , Phobos & Deimos
    Mars
  • 13. Inner Planet Credits
    • Teaching Resources-Astronomy Section 2.2
    • Sun - http://helios.gsfc.nasa.gov/sun_sm.g if
    • Solar System - http://www.eaas.co.uk/images/charts/inner_solar_system.gif
    • Mercury - http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/image/0801/mercury02_messenger.jpg
    • Venus - http://www.fortunecity.com/millennium/rollingacres/1250/nature/n07a-nasa-magellin-venusBG.jpg
    • Earth - http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/41832000/jpg/_41832606_earth_nasa.jpg
    • 2nd Global Warming Slide - http://ncas.org/uploaded_images/greenhouseeffect_nasa-726459.jpg
    • Global Warming - http:// www.stopglobalwarming.com.au/images/scientific_evidence/global_warming_greenhouse_effect.jpg
    • Mars - http://nai.arc.nasa.gov/seminars/88_Manga/mars.jpg
  • 14.  
  • 15.  
  • 16. Asteroid Belt
    • Asteroids are irregular shape
    • separates the inner and outer planets
  • 17. Outer Planets
    • Gas like
    • Gas Giants
  • 18. Jupiter
    • made of gasses
    • 16 moons
  • 19. http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpegMod/PIA10249_modest.jpg February 28, 2007 New Horizon Image
  • 20. Jupiter 2.28.07
  • 21. Jupiter
    • The plume appears blue due to scattering of light by small particles in the plume.
    • This montage (previous picture) appears on the cover of the Oct. 12, 2007 issue of Science magazine. Credit: NASA/JHU/APL.
    • This & Previous Screen: http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/192016main_100907_11.jpg
  • 22. Saturn
    • The rings are made up of snowy rocky balls
    • planet is lighter than water
  • 23. Uranus
    • Gaseous
    • lays on it side,
    • one of the poles
    • leans towards sun
  • 24. Neptune
    • Blue Planet
    • Methane Gas
    • Great Winds
    • Wind Speeds of 840 Km/h
  • 25. Full-Disk Neptune NASA Information
    • Date: 08.20.1989
    • This picture of Neptune was produced from the last whole planet images taken through the green and orange filters on the Voyager 2 narrow angle camera.
    • The images were taken at a range of 4.4 million miles from the planet ,
    • 4 days and 20 hours before closest approach.
    • The picture shows the Great Dark Spot and its companion bright smudge; on the west limb the fast moving bright feature called Scooter and the little dark spot are visible. These clouds were seen to persist for as long as Voyager's cameras could resolve them. North of these, a bright cloud band similar to the south polar streak may be seen.
  • 26. Pluto
    • Double planet with Charon
    • Solid
    • -212 C
  • 27.
    • Distant Worlds: Pluto and its moons are so distant and small even the Hubble Space Telescope can't resolve them clearly.
  • 28. NASA Hot Topic
    • Pluto and its companions are unlike the terrestrial and gas giant planets. Scientists believe Pluto and its companions in the Kuiper Belt are the planetary embryos from which the larger planets developed. The mission, of the New Horizons spacecraft, is a unique chance to study the early stages of planetary evolution and get a closer look at the region of space where many comets originate.
    • NASA Official: Hashima Hasan
    • http://astronomy2009.nasa.gov/topics_feb.htm
    • Last Updated: February 17, 2009
  • 29. New Horizons
    • New Horizons would cross the entire span of the solar system -- in record time
    • Conduct flyby studies of Pluto and its moon, Charon, in 2015.
    • The seven science instruments on the piano-sized probe would shed light on the bodies' surface properties, geology, interior makeup and atmospheres.
    • NASA 03.09.05
  • 30. Kuiper Belt
    • The "third zone" of the solar system known as the Kuiper Belt
    • Populated by smaller, icy objects different than the rocky inner planets or the outer gas giants.
  • 31. Outer Planet References
    • Solar System - http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/173094main_spitzertwostars-516.jpg
    • Asteroid Belt - http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/multimedia/gallery/Asteroid_Belt.jpg
    • Asteroid Belt - http:// www.nasa.gov/centers/jpl/images/content/160310main_spitzer-20061010-browse.jpg
    • Outer Planets - http://www.travisairmuseum.org/assets/images/Earth_s-Solar-system.jpg
    • Jupiter - http://pds.jpl.nasa.gov/planets/images/browse/jupiter/jupiter.jpg
    • Saturn - http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/image/0302/saturn98_nicmos_c1.jpg
    • Uranus - http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/9701/oberon2_usgs_big.gif
    • Neptune -http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/multimedia/gallery/Neptune_Full.jpg
    • Pluto - http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/multimedia/gallery/PIA00827.jpg
    • Pluto Hot Topic - http://astronomy2009.nasa.gov/topics_feb.htm
    • New Horizon - http:// www.nasa.gov/missions/solarsystem/newhorizons-eis.html
    • Kuiper Belet - http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/110944main_comet2.jpg
  • 32. Gravity & Inertia
    • Schoolhouse Rock: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIJeZ4MIXgI
    • next page:
    • Discovery Streaming Video -Junior Space Scientist: Riding in the Sky
    • Segment - Space Facts: Gravity, Orbiting, Inertia, and Weightlessness 2:13 minutes
  • 33. Inertia
  • 34. Space Rock
    • Meteoroid - While Traveling in Space
    • Meteor - When in the Atmosphere
    • Meteorite - When on the Surface
  • 35.
    • Discovery Education - Meteoroids, Meteors, and Meteorites A segment of Cosmic Collisions
  • 36. “Live long and Prosper”
    • picture - http://www.startrek.com/imageuploads/200307/spock01/200x150.jpg
    • Origin
    • An abbreviated version of a traditional Jewish religious blessing. The phrase, accompanied by a hand gesture, came to a wider public in the Star Trek TV series. It was used there by the character Mr. Spock (actor Leonard Nimoy, himself Jewish) as the greeting of the Vulcan people. http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/234750.html