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Universe

  1. 1. Hi! I am your tour guide  I will take you around the universe....Well not around the whole universe! Its too big you see?Just some important places...!We will be travelling at light speed
  2. 2. Diameter: 1,391,000million kilometersRadius: 695,500 km
  3. 3. Natural satellites: 0 Orbit period: 87.969 days Length of day: 4222.6 hours Average radius: 2439.7 km Average diameter: 4879.4 kmSurface gravity: 3.7 m/s2
  4. 4. radius = 6,052 km diameter of 12,102 km225 days to complete one revolution aroundthe Sun. All of the planets rotate counter-clockwise, but Venus turns clockwise on its axis. Even stranger, a day on Venus lasts 243 days, which is longer its year.
  5. 5. Surface gravity (m/s2) 9.798 Escape velocity (km/s) 11.186 mass of Earth = 5.97219 × 1024 kilograms Volume (1010 km3) 108.321 Mean density (kg/m3) 5515No. of satellites = 1Length of day (hrs) 24.0000Sidereal orbit period (days) 365.256Tropical orbit period (days) 365.242 Equatorial radius (km) 6378.1
  6. 6. Satellites 2 Surface area 144,798,500 km2 Axial tilt 25.19° Volume 1.6318×1011 km3 Escape velocity 5.027 km/s Equatorial surface gravity 3.711 m/s²Mass 6.4185×1023 kg
  7. 7. CERES About half the mass of the belt is contained in the four largest asteroids, Ceres, Vesta, Pallas, and Hygiea. These have mean diameters of more than 400 km. HYGIEA
  8. 8. Average orbital speed 13.07 km/sEquatorial radius •71,492 ± 4 kmSatellites 67Escape velocity 59.5 km/sMass •1.8986×1027 kgSurface area •6.1419×1010 km2Mean density 1.326 g/cm3
  9. 9. Volume •8.2713×1014 km3Mean density 0.687 g/cm3Equatorial radius •60,268 ± 4 kmAverage orbital speed 9.69 km/sSatellites ABOVE 50Mass •5.6846×1026 kgSurface area •4.27×1010 km²
  10. 10. Mean density 1.27 g/cm3Mass (8.6810 ± 0.0013)×1025Volume 6.833×1013 km3Surface area 8.115 6×109 km2Equatorial radius 25,559 ± 4 km Average orbital speed 6.81 km/sSatellites 27Orbital period around the Sun 84 Earth years
  11. 11. Mean density 1.638 g/cm3Mass 1.0243×1026 kgVolume 6.254×1013 km3Equatorial radius 24,764 ± 15 kmSatellites 13Average orbital speed 5.43 km/s
  12. 12. I think that’s it for now. I’m tired. Bye!Okay I WANT TO SEE THE MILKYWAY GALAXY !!
  13. 13. The Andromeda Galaxy is the nearest spiralgalaxy to our Milky Way galaxy, but not theclosest galaxy overall. It gets its name from thearea of the sky in which it appears, theconstellation of Andromeda, which was namedafter the mythological princess Andromeda.The Andromeda Galaxy is the largest galaxy ofthe Local Group, which also contains the MilkyWay, the Triangular Galaxy, and about 30 othersmaller galaxies. Although the largest, theAndromeda Galaxy may not be the mostmassive, as recent findings suggest that theMilky Way contains more dark matter andcould be the most massive in the grouping
  14. 14. Surrounded by several smaller satellitegalaxies, the Milky Way is part of the LocalGroup of galaxies, which forms asubcomponent of the Virgo Super cluster.
  15. 15. What? The whole universe? That’s Fine. impossible! SHOW At Okay. ME least how THE much ever UNIVERSE! you can!
  16. 16. The VAST UNIVERSE!
  17. 17. Well, that’s it for now. See you later!
  18. 18. WAIT!
  19. 19. What ? WAIT!
  20. 20. Why areyou in a hurry?
  21. 21. THE END

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