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Mars and jupiter lesson
Mars and jupiter lesson
Mars and jupiter lesson
Mars and jupiter lesson
Mars and jupiter lesson
Mars and jupiter lesson
Mars and jupiter lesson
Mars and jupiter lesson
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  • 1. Mars and Jupiter<br />By Sarah Davenport<br />
  • 2. Mars<br />Mars<br />Mars is the fourth planet from the sun. <br />It is beside our planet Earth!<br />
  • 3. Mars<br />Mars has a diameter of 6,792 km across. <br />That is 53% of the Earth’s diameter.<br />This means if you put TWO Mars together, it would be a little bigger than ONE planet Earth!<br />
  • 4. Mars<br />The daytime temperature of Mars is 80⁰F on a good summer day.<br />The daytime temperature of a nice winter day is about -200⁰F<br />The air temperature rarely gets above 32⁰F<br />
  • 5. Mars<br />Mars has a dusty surface!<br /> It is covered with a thin layer of iron dioxide. <br />This gives Mars it’s red color!<br />
  • 6. Mars<br /><ul><li>Mars is the planet that is most likely to have obtained life.
  • 7. In the early days of exploration of planets, </li></ul>people were afraid of Martians attacking the Earth! <br /><ul><li>The book The War of the Worlds was made about this and Americans were scared!</li></li></ul><li>Jupiter<br /><ul><li>Jupiter is the fifth planet </li></ul>from the sun.<br /><ul><li> Its surface looks striped because of </li></ul>the clouds that cover it. <br />
  • 8. Jupiter<br /><ul><li>Jupiter is the largest planet in</li></ul> our solar system. <br /><ul><li>Its average temperature is -235⁰F.
  • 9. Why do you think it is so cold on Jupiter? </li></li></ul><li>Jupiter<br />Jupiter acts as a vacuum and collects comets, asteroids, and meteorites! This can prevent some of these dangerous things from hitting our planet Earth! <br />

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