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Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
Material and compositions of moons sam e.
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  • 1. By Sam Ephron
  • 2.  The Moon  The Earth’s 1st and only Moon Titan  The 15th Moon of Saturn Phobos  Mars’s second moon
  • 3.  Our Moon has Five Layers The Top Layer is the Crust The 2nd Layer is the Mantle The 3rd Layer is the Outer Core The 4th Layer is the Liquid Core The 5th Layer is the Solid inner Core
  • 4.  The Crust is the surface of the Moon  It consists of regolith and hardened lava  Regolith consists of:  40% Oxygen  20% Silicon  12% Iron  8.5% Calcium  7.3% Aluminum  4.8% Magnesium  4.5% Titanium  0.33% Sodium  0.2% Chromium  0.16%Manganese  0.11% Potassium  540 ppm Sulfur  200 ppm Carbon  100 ppm Nitrogen  40 ppm Hydrogen  428ppm Helium
  • 5.  The Mantle is the inside of the Moon that is not the Core  The Mantle contains ○ Some olivine ○ some orthopyroxene ○ It is also richer in iron then earth
  • 6.  All parts of the Core consist of the same thing The Outer Core is a state that is somewhat Fluid state  The Outer Core consists of ○ Iron ○ Some other metals
  • 7.  The Middle Core is Liquid  The Middle Core consists of ○ Iron ○ Some other metals
  • 8.  The Inner Core is solid  The Inner Core is mainly solid because of how cold the moon is  The Inner Core consists of ○ Iron ○ Some other metals
  • 9.  The Moon is 238,900 miles from Earth The Moon’s day is 27.3 Earth days The temperature of the moon is between -170 to 110 °C There are 1,500 Moonquakes every year The Moon also drifts one centimeter away from Earth every year
  • 10.  The Moon  The Earth’s 1st and only Moon Titan  The 15th Moon of Saturn Phobos  Mars’s second moon
  • 11.  The first layer of Titan is the Atmosphere The second layer of Titan is frozen liquid Hydrogen The third layer is Liquid water The fourth layer is high-pressure ice The fifth layer is the SilicateCore
  • 12.  Titan’s Atmosphere is so thick that it prevented us from learning about Titan’s surface for a while Something unknown is recycling methane in Titan’s Atmosphere
  • 13.  Titan’s second layer consists of liquid hydrogen  The temperature of Liquid Hydrogen is between -200°C and -258°C
  • 14.  Titan’s third layer is water  Water consists of ○ 66.6∞ Hydrogen ○ 33.3∞ Oxygen
  • 15.  The Fourth layer is high pressure ice  High pressure ice is gas that is put under so much pressure that it behaves like a solid ○ It consists of  Methane
  • 16.  Titan’s Core consists of Silicate  Silicate consists of ○ 80% Oxygen ○ 20% Silicon
  • 17.  It originally thought the biggest moon in the solar system The surface pressure of Titan would feel like the bottom of a swimming pool Titan is larger than Mercury Titan has many lakes and mountains like Earth Titan is 3,200 miles wide In 1655 Christiaan Huygens Discovered Titan Titans atmosphere is 124 miles deep Titan is the second biggest moon in our solar system
  • 18.  The Moon  The Earth’s 1st and only Moon Titan  The 15th Moon of Saturn Phobos  Mars’s second moon
  • 19.  Phobos consists of a C-type rock similar to the blackish carbonaceous chondrite asteroids
  • 20.  Phobos surface is basically dust because it has been hit by thousands of asteroids One of the most prominent features is the 6 mile wide Stickney crater
  • 21.  It orbits Mars three times a day Phobos has no atmosphere Asaph Hall discovered Phobos on August 17th, 1877 Asaph named Phobos, Phobos for the son of Ares, the Greek counterpart of the Roman god, Mars Phobos means fear or panic Every one-hundred years Phobos drifts 1.8 miles closer to Mars
  • 22.  Green, Dan, and Simon Basher.Astronomy / Out of This World! New York: Kingfisher, 2009. Print. Naik, Abhijit. "What Is the Moon Made of." Buzzle.com. Buzzle.com, 18 Feb. 2010. Web. 30 Apr. 2012. <http://www.buzzle.com/articles/what-is-the-moon-made- of.html>. Knight, J. D. "Titan, Moon of Saturn - The Solar System on Sea and Sky." Sea and Sky. Sea and Sky. Web. 30 Apr. 2012. <http://www.seasky.org/solar-system/saturn-titan.html>. "The Physical Moon and Its History." Moon Origins, Facts and Phenomena. Web. 27 Apr. 2012. <http://www.moonlightsys.com/themoon/facts.html>. "Lunar Regolith." The Moon Miner. Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://www.moonminer.com/Lunar_regolith.html>.
  • 23.  "Hydrogen : Hydrogen, Liquid And Solid." Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Quid United Ltd. Web. 27 Apr. 2012. <http://chemistry.proteincrystallography.org/article21.html>. Hamilton, Calvin J. "Saturns Moon Titan." Views of the Solar System. Calvin J. Hamilton. Web. 25 Apr. 2012. <http://www.solarviews.com/eng/titan.htm>. "The Habitable Zone." PBS. PBS. Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://www.pbs.org/lifebeyondearth/alone/titan.html>. "Solar System Exploration: Planets: Mars: Moons: Phobos: Overview." Solar System Exploration. NASA. Web. 24 Apr. 2012. <http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/profile.cfm?Object=Mar_ Phobos>.
  • 24.  Moon Layers cut away, http://astrobob.areavoices.com/2012/01/01/lunar-anatomy- from-skin-to-guts/, April 23,2012 Titan Cut away, http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-5IzhBFczuiI/TxSAuPx- YQI/AAAAAAAAQtY/4-8dDr0JD_g/s1600/titanocean.png, April 23, 2012 Moon surface, http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_YuR6V_Yr7Bk/TJR- pinSsFI/AAAAAAAAGGg/btpd-QqJYoc/s1600/moon.jpg, April 24, 2012 Silicate molecules, http://chemcases.com/silicon/images/f19_042.jpg, April 23, 2012

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