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    Planet Slideshow Planet Slideshow Presentation Transcript

    • Earth Ms. Shapiro
    • Location
      • Earth is the third planet from the Sun
      • It distance from the sun is 93 million miles
      • Earth’s closest neighbors are Venus and Mars
    • Features
      • It is the fifth largest planet
      • It has one moon
      • The temperature on Earth ranges from between -127°F to 136°F
      • Its atmosphere is made up of mostly nitrogen and oxygen, which makes it suitable for life as we know it
      • 70% of the Earth is made up of water. The rest is covered by mountains, volcanoes, plains, and valleys
    • Revolution and Rotation
      • It takes the Earth 24 hours to rotate on its axis, completing one day
      • It takes the Earth 365 days to revolve around the Sun, completing one year
    • Interesting Facts
      • The Earth’s season’s are caused by the tilt of the Earth’s axis
      • The Earth's rotation is slowing down very slightly, about one second every 10 years.