The Solar System
Contents of the Solar System•   The Sun•   8 Planets•   Asteroids•   Satellites•   Comets•   Stars
The Sun•   A Star•   Made of many different scorching gases•   Center of our solar system•   Allows for life on Earth•   8...
The 8 Planets  •   Mercury  •   Venus  •   Earth  •   Mars  •   Jupiter  •   Saturn  •   Uranus  •   Neptune
Mercury•   First planet from Sun•   Craters•   Temperature: -279/801 F•   87. 97 days per orbit•   No moons•   3032 miles ...
Venus  •   Volcanic activity  •   Permanent greenhouse effect  •   7519.834 miles diameter  •   224.70 days orbit  •   No ...
Earth•   Only known planet with life•   Water•   7917.512 miles diameter•   365.26 day orbit•   One moon (Luna)
Mars (Red Planet)           •   Cold desert world           •   Olympus Mons           •   Dust Storms/Water           •  ...
Asteroids•   Rocky Remains•   Formation of Solar System•   Size•   90,000 asteroids•   Asteroid belt
Jupiter•   Largest Planet•   Failed Star•   Great Red Spot•   88846 mile diameter•   4331 day orbit•   63 moons
Saturn         • Rings         • Hydrogen and Helium           ball         • Fast winds/Extensive           Heat         ...
Uranus•   Color/Methane gas•   Rotational axis•   31764 mile diameter•   30687 day orbit•   27 Moons
Neptune     •    Mathematic Predictions     •    Color/ Methane gas     •    Hurricane-like storms     •    30776 mile dia...
Comets•   Rock and Ice•   Small Town/Size•   Approach Sun/Tails•   Dust and gas trail•   Sun Illuminates
•   http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Comets•   http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/space/s...
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Solar system

  1. 1. The Solar System
  2. 2. Contents of the Solar System• The Sun• 8 Planets• Asteroids• Satellites• Comets• Stars
  3. 3. The Sun• A Star• Made of many different scorching gases• Center of our solar system• Allows for life on Earth• 864,000 miles wide• Red Giant/White Dwarf
  4. 4. The 8 Planets • Mercury • Venus • Earth • Mars • Jupiter • Saturn • Uranus • Neptune
  5. 5. Mercury• First planet from Sun• Craters• Temperature: -279/801 F• 87. 97 days per orbit• No moons• 3032 miles diameter
  6. 6. Venus • Volcanic activity • Permanent greenhouse effect • 7519.834 miles diameter • 224.70 days orbit • No moons
  7. 7. Earth• Only known planet with life• Water• 7917.512 miles diameter• 365.26 day orbit• One moon (Luna)
  8. 8. Mars (Red Planet) • Cold desert world • Olympus Mons • Dust Storms/Water • 687 day orbit • 4222 mile diameter • 2 Moons
  9. 9. Asteroids• Rocky Remains• Formation of Solar System• Size• 90,000 asteroids• Asteroid belt
  10. 10. Jupiter• Largest Planet• Failed Star• Great Red Spot• 88846 mile diameter• 4331 day orbit• 63 moons
  11. 11. Saturn • Rings • Hydrogen and Helium ball • Fast winds/Extensive Heat • 74989 mile diameter • 10759 day orbit • 52 Moons
  12. 12. Uranus• Color/Methane gas• Rotational axis• 31764 mile diameter• 30687 day orbit• 27 Moons
  13. 13. Neptune • Mathematic Predictions • Color/ Methane gas • Hurricane-like storms • 30776 mile diameter • 60190 day orbit • 13 Moons
  14. 14. Comets• Rock and Ice• Small Town/Size• Approach Sun/Tails• Dust and gas trail• Sun Illuminates
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