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  • 1. By: Christina Reber The Sun Saturn Earth Pluto Neptune Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter Uranus The Solar System
  • 2. Mercury
    • Closest planet to the sun.
    • Second smallest planet.
  • 3. Venus
    • The “Jewel of the Sky”
    • Surface temperature of about 900 °F
  • 4. Earth
    • Third planet from the sun.
    • Only planet known to harbor life
  • 5. Mars
    • Fourth planet from the sun
    • Commonly referred to as the Red Planet. The rocks, soil, and sky have a red or pink hue.
  • 6. Jupiter
    • Fifth planet from the sun
    • Largest planet in the Solar system
  • 7. Saturn
    • Sixth planet from the sun
    • Second largest planet in the Solar System
  • 8. Uranus
    • Seventh planet from the sun
    • Third largest planet
    • Has at least 22 moons
  • 9. Neptune
    • Has eight moons
    • Methane gives Neptune its blue cloud color
  • 10. Pluto
    • To be or not to be?....That is the question.
    • Usually the farthest planet form the sun
    • Pluto has an icy surface made of 98 % nitrogen