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Planets

  1. 1. Planets. By K E!
  2. 2. Moons- • 1 Day length- • 24 hours Year length- • 365 days Did you know- • The Diameter of the Earth is 12,756 km Earth.
  3. 3. Moons- • None Day length- • 58.646 Earth days Year length- • 58.646 Earth days Did you know- • Although it is the second smallest planet, it is heavier than Mars and about the same weight as Earth
  4. 4. Venus. Moons- • None Day length- • 243.01 Earth days Year length- • 224.7 Earth days Did you know- • Planet Venus is named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty.
  5. 5. Mars. Moons- • 2 Day length- • 24.6 Earth hours Year length- • 1.88 Earth years Did you know- • Temperatures on Mars vary from a maximum of 0 degrees C (32 degrees F) to minimum -100 degrees C (-148 degrees F)
  6. 6. Moons- • 63 Day length- • 9.84 Earth hours Year length- • 11.86 Earth years Did you know- • Like Saturn, Jupiter has rings, though they are much smaller, fainter, and darker
  7. 7. Moons- • 18 Day length- • 10.2 Earth hours Year length- • 29.46 Earth years Did you know- • Saturn is flattened at the poles, due to a fast rotation on its axis.
  8. 8. Uranus. Moons- • 27 Day length- • 17.9 Earth hours Year length- • 84.01 Earth years Did you know- • Voyager 2 is the only spacecraft to have visited Uranus.
  9. 9. Neptune Moons- • 13 Day length- • 16.12 hours Year length- • 164.79 years Did you know- • Neptune is a gas planet, composed of hydrogen, helium, methane, with traces of ammonia and water.
  10. 10. Pluto. Moons- • 3 Day length- • 6.387 Earth days Year length- • 248.54 Earth years Did you know- • Pluto is cold: -233° C (-390° F), just 40° C (72° F) above absolute zero. At this temperature, all elements would be frozen but neon, hydrogen, and helium.

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