Solar system project sf

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Solar system project sf

  1. 1. The planets• Mercury• Uranus• Venus• Mars• Earth• Saturn• Jupiter• Pluto• Neptune
  2. 2. Mercury• Mercury is the closest planet to theSun.Mercury’s unique location, orbit around the sunand makes it behave totally different than theother planets.
  3. 3. Uranus!!!• On Uranus you would weigh 62 pounds!• Uranus is a gas giant.• Uranus spins on its side, unlike any other planets.• Uranus’s gravity is not at all strong like the earth.
  4. 4. Venus• Venus is the most fascinating planet , which isSimilar size to earth very different to all of theother planets.On venus its surface is very dry.
  5. 5. Mars!!!!• Mars is known as the red planet,Has a dusty, rocky surface and thinatmosphere. Mars, is the fourth planet from thesun.
  6. 6. Earth!!!• Earth is third planet from the sun. It has a natural satellite, the moon and is the fifth largest planet in the solar system.• Earth, is the only planet on the solar system to have water in it’s three states of matter: as a solid (ice),a liquid (sea ,rain etc) and as a gas (clouds).• Earth, is almost five billion years old although life (resembling life as we know it), has only existed on the planet for the last 150 million to 200 million years.
  7. 7. Saturn!!!• Saturn is so big ,that earth can only fit into it 750 times.• Saturn is a slightly smaller version of Jupiter, with similar, but less distinctive, surface patterns.• Saturn’s rings orbit, the sun in different tilts, they sometimes appear like “ears” sticking out of the planet.
  8. 8. Pluto!!!• Pluto is the planet with the lowest gravity, in the solar system.• One of Plutos moons, Charon is not much smaller than Pluto it’s self.• Pluto was the only, planet to have been discovered in the twentieth century, even though it is not recognised as a planet.
  9. 9. Neptune!!!• The strongest winds, in the solar system have been recorded on Neptune, at speeds up to 2,000 kilometres per hour.• Triton orbits Neptune, in the opposite direction to planets rotation.• It is the only large moon in the solar system, to do this.

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