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Plus if it had moon will be pulled by the sun’s graved.The Sun is Important: The sun is one star compared to the size of the galaxy but it’s the most important to us. The Sun is ImportantMercury: Mercury Facts About Mercury : Facts About Mercury The diameter of Mercury is 4,880 kilometers. Mercury is 36 million miles from the sun. The temperature is 425 degrees F to -175 degrees F. Mercury’s Moons: Mercury’s Moons Mercury has no moons.Mercury’s Orbit: Mercury’s Orbit It takes only 3 months to orbit the sun.Craters on Mercury : Craters on Mercury Mercury is covered with craters, the round shallow holes created when asteroids crashed into the planet.Mercury : Mercury I hope you enjoyed our show.VENUS: VENUS Diameter: Diameter The diameter is 7,520 miles Orbiting the Sun: Orbiting the Sun It takes Venus 225 earth days to orbit around the sunThe Average Temperature: The Average Temperature Venus’s average temperature is 737 degrees.Who Venus is named after?: Who Venus is named after? Venus is named after the roman goddess of love Venus’s Nick Names: Venus’s Nick Names Venus’s nick names are the whipping star and the dragon star Venus’s Moons: Venus’s Moons Venus is one of the planets with no moons.Earth: Earth Facts About Earth: Facts About Earth Do you Know What the Earth’s diameter is? It is 12,763 miles. Earth is the third planet from the sun and the fifth largest. Earth’s Average Temperature is 60 F Do you know the miles between the Earth and the sun? It is 92 million miles. How Long Does It Take Earth To Orbit the Sun?: How Long Does It Take Earth To Orbit the Sun? 365 DaysSatellites and Rotation: Satellites and Rotation What are Earth’s Satellite ?...It is the moon. Did you know how long is one rotation on it’s axis?..... It is 24 hours. Earth’s Moon: Earth’s Moon Facts about the Moon: Facts about the Moon The diameter of the moon is 3476 km. The temperature is 261 degrees Fahrenheit in the day and at night it drops to 279 degrees Fahrenheit. There is no atmosphere on the moon.Orbits the Earth: Orbits the Earth It takes 28 days for the moon to orbit the Earth. First person to land on the moon: First person to land on the moon The first person to land on the moon was Neil Armstrong and his first words were “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”Interesting Facts About The Moon: Interesting Facts About The Moon I find the most interesting subject is the temperature because it could get 261degrees and 279 degrees Fahrenheit. Mars: Mars Mars, The Red Planet: Mars, The Red Planet The diameter of Mars in miles is 4,212.The temperature range on Mars is 65 F to -190 F The name red planet comes from the presence of iron oxide (rust). The average distance from the sun is 141,680,000 miles. Mars Space Missions : Mars Space Missions Some of the space missions that have visited Mars are Pathfinder ,and Sprit and Opportunity. Moons: Moons The names of the satellites that orbit Mars are Phobos and Deimos. Interesting Mars: Interesting Mars What we found interesting about mars is that there are rovers on mars that are taking pictures of Mars and sending them back to earth. Actual Mars Photos: Actual Mars Photos Next 4 slidesMars Rover And Picture: Mars Rover And Picture Jupiter: Jupiter Missions : Missions The U.S. space missions to Jupiter were Voyager 1 and 2, Pioneer 2 and Galileo. Satellites/Moons: Satellites/Moons Jupiter has at least 12 moons. Some of the names are Amalthea, Lo, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto.Facts about Jupiter: Facts about Jupiter Did you know Jupiter’s diameter is 88,750 miles. Also Jupiter is not a land planet, it is a gas planet. The average temperature is -150c.Interesting Fact: Interesting Fact The most interesting fact in my opinion about Jupiter is the great red spot. It is a storm that has been going on for hundreds of years.Some Facts About Saturn: Some Facts About Saturn The diameter of Saturn is 120,536 km. The average temperature on Saturn is 180 degrees below zero Celcius. Saturn is not a land planet. It is 886,740,000 miles away from the sun...How Long Does It Take Saturn To Orbit The Sun And How Many US Space Missions Have Visited Saturn?: How Long Does It Take Saturn To Orbit The Sun And How Many US Space Missions Have Visited Saturn? It takes 29.46 earth years to orbit the sun No humans have ever traveled to Saturn, but we have send unmanned probes such as Voyager 2.The Satellites of Saturn: The Satellites of Saturn Saturn has many moons. Some of their names are Titan, Diane, Tethys, Rhea, and Lapetus. Saturn is the planet with the most moons/ Interesting Fact About Saturn: Interesting Fact About Saturn Saturn’s rings are a mile thick.This Is The Description of Saturn’s Rings: This Is The Description of Saturn’s Rings Saturn’s rings are made of ice from the size of a grain of sand to the size of a fridge.Slide52: Neptune UranusFacts About Uranus: Facts About Uranus The diameter of Uranus is 32,190 miles. Uranus’s average temperature is -300 F. Uranus is not a land planet, it is a gas planet. It’s 1,784 million miles from the sun. More Facts About Uranus: More Facts About Uranus It takes Uranus 30,684 earth days to orbit the sun. The only space mission to visit Uranus is Voyager 2. Uranus’s Moons: Uranus’s Moons Uranus has 27 known moons. Here are 4 of them, Titania, Umbreil, Oberon, and Ariel. What We Found Interesting About Uranus: What We Found Interesting About Uranus Eight of Uranus’s moons are named after Shakespearian characters. The names are Bianca, Cressida, Desdemona, Juliet, Portia, Rosalind, Belinda, and Puck.Neptune: Neptune The diameter of Neptune is 31,000 miles. Its average temperature is -370 F. Neptune is not a land planet, it is a gas planet. It is about 2.8 billion miles away from the sun. More Facts About Neptune: More Facts About Neptune Neptune is 2,793,100 miles from the sun. The only space mission to visit Neptune is Voyager 2. Neptune’s Moons: Neptune’s Moons Neptune has 13 known moons. Here are four of them, Naiad, Thalassa, Despina, and Galatea. What We Found Interesting About Neptune: What We Found Interesting About Neptune Neptune is the fourth largest planet in the solar system. PLUTO: PLUTO The outermost planet…The Diameter of Pluto: The Diameter of Pluto The Diameter of Pluto is 1,860 miles (2,300 km).Temperature of Pluto : Temperature of Pluto Is -350 degrees FDistance from the Sun: Distance from the Sun The distance is 3,706,780,000 miles.Is Pluto a land Planet: Is Pluto a land Planet Yes Pluto is a land planet.The Space Mission: The Space Mission The New Horizon was just launched by the U.S to Pluto. It should reach Pluto in about 15 years.Pluto orbit’s of the Sun…: Pluto orbit’s of the Sun… It takes Pluto 248 earth year’s to orbit the Sun. You would never have a birthday if you lived on Pluto!Pluto’s Satellites: Pluto’s Satellites There is 1 moon, Charon, but Scientists discovered 2 more moons very recently.Opinion’s: Opinion’s We thought that Pluto is interesting because it has 2 more moons that were recently discovered and it is the coldest planet. Do you think Pluto should be a planet ? Some scientists think it should not be considered a planet, but we do.What Are Comets?: What Are Comets? Comets are frozen dust and gases, and have been described as large dirty snowballs with icy centers that orbit the sun.Names of Famous Comets: Names of Famous Comets Halley’s Comet, Biela’s Comet, Bennetts Comet, Hal Bop and the Arend Roland Comets are famous comets. Comets Have Tails Because…..: Comets Have Tails Because….. Comets tails are made of dust particles that fly off because of the speed.A comets tail can be up to 10,000 miles long!What Is The Difference Between a Comet and a Meteor?: What Is The Difference Between a Comet and a Meteor? A comet is a dirty snowball and a meteor is a piece of rock.Icy Facts: The comet’s tail always points away from the sun. Halley’s comet only comesonce every 76 years. Icy Facts Meteors: MeteorsWhat Is A Meteor?: What Is A Meteor? A meteor is a rock flying through space.Could Earth Be Hit By A Meteor?: Could Earth Be Hit By A Meteor? Yes. But most meteors burn up in Earth’s atmosphere.How Do Meteors Affect Planets And Moons?: How Do Meteors Affect Planets And Moons? Most other planets have thin atmospheres so the affect of meteor crashing would make a big crater.Slide80: 1.Meteor showers have names! (ex. Lyrids and Perseids) 2.Scientists have collected over 10,000 meteorites for study! The Difference: The Difference A comet is a dirty snowball in orbit. A meteor is a piece of rock flying through space. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.