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Title: Venus


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Venus
By Ramona T. Natalie T.
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FACTS
Venus s atmosphere is about 96 carbon
dioxide Venus is the 2nd planet from the
sun Venus is earths twin
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-Interesting-
Venuss surface is composed of basalt and
granite rocks. Venus makes an average
temperature of 464 degrees C. Venus has sulfur
dioxide droplets in its upper atmosphere. (sulfur
dioxide- a chemical compound)
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More About Venus
Venus appears to be the brightest object in the
sky
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Uranus
  • Lindsey McCain
  • Devon Barnett
  • Rene Crocker

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Facts About Uranus
  • Discovered by Sir William Herschel in 1781.
  • Nearly 3 billion kilometers from the sun.
  • Has at least 24 moons and 11 thin rings
  • Orbital period 84 years
  • Diameter 4 times Earths
  • Density 24 of Earths
  • Surface Gravity 91 of Earths

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Rotation of Uranus
  • Has a very distinctive unusual rotation
    orientation
  • Rotation rate discovered in 1986.
  • It was discovered when Voyager 2 passed by
    Uranus.
  • Rotates about every 17 hours.
  • Almost parallel to the plane of its orbit.

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Atmosphere
  • One of the gas giants.
  • Atmosphere contains mainly hydrogen and Helium
  • Contains significant amounts of Methane, giving
    it a blue-green color.
  • Average Cloud-top temp -214 degrees Celsius.
  • Temperature is much higher below the clouds
  • Core is made up of rock and melted elements. Its
    temperature 7,000 degrees Celsius.

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Moons
  • Four largest moons ( Oberon, Titania, Umbriel,
    Ariel) discovered by 1800s. Miranda discovered
    in 1948.
  • Uranus has at least two dozen small moons,
    discovered recently by spacecraft and or biting
    observations.

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Jupiter
  • By
  • Collin Porter
  • Lyndsey Todd

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Jupiter 1
  • Contains over 70 of the mass in the Solar System
    outside the side.
  • It is about 11 times the radius and 300 times the
    mass of Earth.
  • Unlike the inner planets, Jupiter is not a solid
    body, instead is a ball of gas and liquid (mostly
    hydrogen and helium.)

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Jupiter 2
  • Its the fifth planet from the sun.
  • Is the largest planet in the solar system.
  • Jupiters orbital period is almost 12 years.
  • It has at least 60 moons .
  • Hydrogen and helium make up 92 of Jupiter.
  • Jupiter was formed 4.5 billion years ago.
  • Orange, Gray, Blue, and white bands spread out
    parallel to the equator.

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Jupiter
  • You can see the orange, gray, blue and white
    bands around Jupiter.

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Jupiter 3
  • The average temperature of Jupiters outer
    atmospheric layers is-160 c.
  • Jupiter has more intense lightening and thunder
    storms than Earth.
  • Jupiters most distinctive feature is its Great
    Red spots.
  • Wind speed on Jupiter is 540 km/h
  • Jupiter has intense pressure and temperature as
    high as 30,000 c.

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Mars
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Fourth Planet From the Sun
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Along with Mercury Venus and Earth Mars is
considered an inner planet
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It is a terrestrial planet as well because its so
similar to Earth
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Mars Orbit
  • http//www.windows.ucar.edu/tour/link/mars/mars_o
    rbit.html

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  • Diameter 4,220 miles
  • Gravity .375 that of Earth
  • Temperature Average -81 degrees F

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  • Length of Year 687 Earth Days
  • Length of Day 24 hours 37 minutes

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  • Average Distance from Sun 142 million miles
  • Average Speed in Orbiting Sun 14.5 miles per
    second

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  • Atmosphere mostly carbon dioxide some water
    vapor
  • Tilt of Axis 25 degrees

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  • Mars Moons.
  • Phobos
  • Deimos

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Mercury
  • By Juval Leon
  • Joshua Leon

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Basic Info.
  • Mercury was named after a roman GOD.
  • Orbit
  • Rotations
  • Composition
  • Surface
  • Water
  • Temperature

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Orbit
  • Mercury has a elliptical orbit it is 46 million
    km from the sun.
  • Mercury moves the around the sun faster than any
    other planet.

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Rotations
  • Mercury rotates once about every 59 earth days.
  • Because this planet moves around the sun so
    promptly.

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composition
  • Mercury is the second densest large form in the
    solar system.
  • Mercury has a large iron core which is partially
    molten.

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Surface
  • The surface consist of cratered terrain and many
    deep craters similar to the ones in the moon.

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Water
  • Scans of mercury made by earth-based radar
    indicate that craters at mercurys poles contain
    water ice.

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Neptune
  • By Quintin Smith DuBz
  • Will Robinson SuRgEn

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About Neptune
  • Some interesting facts about Neptune is that
    Neptune is the 8th planet from the sun. Similar
    to Uranus (Size Mass.)
  • 164 years of an orbital period.
  • 16 hours of amount of rotation.
  • 13 known moons and 4 rings.

Tritons crusty outer surface.
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Founding of Neptune
If you wanted to know the size difference from
Earth to Neptune, here it is.
  • Noticed variations of the orbit. Neptune was
    discovered in the 1800s by John Couch Adams,
    Urbrain Leverrier or Johann Galle.
  • Neptune was named after the Roman god, . God of
    sea.

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Neptunes atmosphere
  • Neptune's atmosphere is made out of three
    elements…Hydrogen, Helium and Methane.
  • Neptunes temperature is -225 C
  • Fastest wind speed on Neptune is 1,000 (km/h)

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SATURN The sixth planet from the sun
  • Hunter Sears
  • Danny Moreno
  • Per.5

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The structure of Saturn is unlike most other
planets in our solar system. Saturn's rings are
its most distinguished features. Three of
Saturn's rings can be seen from Earth. The shape
of Saturn is a sphere. The temperature on Saturn
is an average of -176 degrees. The surface of
Saturn is very rocky.
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MOONS
Saturn has over 60 moons. Saturns biggest and
most popular moon is Titan. Only 52 of Saturn's
moons have names Enceladus, one of Saturn's
moons, may harbor water in its southpole the
Saturnian's system is the most diverse in the
solar system
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Pictures of Saturn
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Saturns Rings
  • Most particles in Saturn's rings are water ice
  • There is also dust and chemicals in the rings
  • In 1610 Galileo became the first person to
    observe Saturns rings.

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Saturn Facts
  • 2nd biggest planet in Solar system
  • Average distance from sun is 1,429,400,000 km
  • Orbital period 29 Years, 167 Days, 6.7 Hours
  • A 100 pound object on Earth would weight 116
    pounds on Saturn.
  • Saturn has no solid surface. It is a giant ball
    of gas, but it does have a solid inner core.
  • Titan is larger than the planet Mercury.
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