The temperature on Mars can be very, very cold. On its warmest day, Mars can still be a very cold place. At the top and bottom of the planet are poles just like on Earth. During the Martian winter, ice caps can be seen at the poles.
Space probes have landed on Mars.
Mars has many craters which were formed by meteorites or asteroids hitting it.
Saturn is unusual because of its rings. There are thousands of rings. They are mostly ice mixed with ashes and dust. Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun. Saturn is 888 million miles from the sun. Saturn has more than 17 moons. Saturn would float in a tub of water.
Uranus is 7th planet from the Sun. It is 1.8 billion miles from the sun. They got the name for Uranus because of the famous Greek god. It has 15 moons. The top of Uranus is frozen gas. Those are some facts about Uranus.
Neptune is the 8th planet in the Solar System. Neptune’s distance from the sun is 2.8 billion miles. Neptune has 8 moons. Neptune is a large planet with rings. Later the planet was named Neptune after the Roman god of the sea. You need a telescope to see Neptune.