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  • 1. Solar System
  • 2. The Sun
  • 3.  The Sun, a huge sphere of mostly ionized gas, supports life on Earth.  The Sun is 332,900 times more massive than Earth and contains 99.86 percent of the mass of the entire solar system.
  • 4. Planets
  • 5. Mercury
  • 6.  Mercury is the nearest planet from the Sun.  Its orbit period was 88 days and so one side was permanently facing away from the Sun.  Its diameter is 4878 km.  Its distance from Sun is 57.8 million km.
  • 7. V E N U S
  • 8.  Venus is the second planet from the sun.  Its name comes from roman goddess of beauty & love.  Its diameter is 12,104 km.  Its average distance from the sun is 108.2 million km.
  • 9. Earth
  • 10.  The Earth is the third closest planet to the Sun.  It is the only planet where the live happens.  It consists Nitrogen (around 78%), followed by Oxygen(21%) and 1% of other gases.  Its diameter is 12,756 km.
  • 11. Mars
  • 12.  Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun.  It is also known as Red Planet.  It has the largest volcanic mountain in the Solar System.  Mars has two natural satellites:- Phobos and Diemos.
  • 13. Jupiter
  • 14.  Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun.  It is the largest planet of the solar system.  Its four largest moons are:- IO, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto.  Its magnetic field is 20000 times than the earth.
  • 15. Saturn
  • 16.  Saturn is the second largest planet of the solar system.  Saturn (the Roman God of Agriculture) has a diameter of 120,000 km.  It has more than 30 moons.  Its volume is 755 times than the volume of the earth.
  • 17. U R A N U S
  • 18.  Uranus is the seventh planet of the solar system.  It is the first planet which is found with the aid of the telescope.  It has the 27 moons.  Miranda is the strangest looking moon.
  • 19. NEPTUNE
  • 20.  Neptune is both the smallest and the furthest from the Sun.  It is the last major gaseous outpost before Pluto and the Kuiper Belt.  Neptune is the Roman God of the Sea.  Its distance from the sun is the 4,500 million km.
  • 21.  Pluto is the coldest dwarf planet.
  • 22.  It is the largest dwarf planet.  It has diameter of 3,000 km.  It is about 10 billion miles from Sun.
  • 23.  It is discovered on January 1, 1801.  Its name is derived from the Roman Goddess.
  • 24.  Makemake is a creator god of Rapa Nui (Easter Island).  It is the third largest known dwarf planet in the Solar System
  • 25.  Asteroids are found between belt of Mars and Jupiter.  There are more than 90,000 asteroids.
  • 26.  Meteors are also called Shooting Stars.  10,000 tons meteors are fall on the earth each day.
  • 27.  Comets take 30 million years to take a trip around the Sun.  Each comet has a tiny part nucleus.
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