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A Tour of the Solar System

Animageofeachplanetwillbevisibleon
individualslides.
Eachslidewillalsodescribethegeneral
composition,size,motionandrelativepositionof
eachplanetinthesolarsystem.
Additionalslidesofplanetarysatellites,comets,
andasteroidswillbeincluded.
Hyperlinkstoadditionalslidesandwebsiteswill
providesupplementalinformation.

Abstract
InthisPowerPointpresentation,studentsexplore
thesolarsystem.Therelativepositionofeach
planetinthesolarsystemisillustratedand
studentsexaminetheappearanceofeachplanetas
wellasinvestigateitscomposition,sizeand
motion.Also,planetarysatellites,cometsand
asteroidsarediscussed.Additionalinformationon
thesolarsystemanditscomponentelementsare
availabletostudentsviahyperlinkstoslidesand
additionalwebsites.

EarthsPlaceintheUniverse
1.Astronomyandplanetaryexplorationrevealthe
solarsystemsstructure,scale,andchangeover
time.Asabasisforunderstandingthisconcept:
a.Studentsknowhowthedifferencesandsimilarities
amongthesun,theterrestrialplanets,andthegasgiants
mayhavebeenestablishedduringtheformationofthe
solarsystem.

The Solar System


Notto
scale

PLUTO
(DwarfPlanet)

Mercury,Venus,Earth,andMarsaretheinnerplanets.
Theyarealsoknownasterrestrialplanets.

NEPTUNE
URANUS

SATURN
MARS
EARTH

JUPITER

Jupiter,Saturn,Uranus,
Neptune,andPlutoare
theouterplanets.
Jupiter,Saturn,Uranus,
andNeptunearealso
knownasgasgiantsor
Jovianplanets.

VENUS
MERCURY

SUN

Plutoisabigballofice.

BetweenMarsandJupiterthereisa
largenumberofrocksorbitingthesun.
EachrockisknownasanASTEROID.

COMETSORMETEOROIDS

ThisringofrocksiscalledtheAsteroid
Belt.

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Sun

LinkstoSunsites:
LivefromtheSun
StarDate:TheSun
SolarDataAnalysisCenter

TheSunisastaratthecenterofoursolarsystem.
Itisestimatedtobe4.5billionyearsold.
ItsupportsalllifeonEarththroughphoto
synthesisandistheultimatesourceofallfoodand
fossilfuel.
Itis333,400timesmoremassivethantheEarth
(thismeansthat333,400Earthscanmakeupthe
Sun).
99.86%ofallthemassofthesolarsystemis
foundintheSun.
ThecoreoftheSunis16millionC.
ThesurfaceoftheSunis7000C
Ittakesseveralhundredthousandyearsfor
photonstoescapefromthedensecoreandreach
thesurface.
TheSungeneratesenergytheequivalentof100
billiontonsofTNTexplodingeverysecond.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT
NUCLEAR FUSION

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Nuclear Fusion in the Sun


TheSunisbasicallyahugeballofhydrogengasheldtogetherbythegravity
createdbyitsownmass.Undertheintensepressurecreatedatthecentreofthe
Sunbygravity,hydrogennucleiarefusedtogethertoproduceheliumnuclei.
Verysimplystated,fourhydrogennucleiarefusedintooneheliumnucleus,
howeveroneheliumatomhaslessmassthanfourhydrogenatoms.Thefusion
processreleasesenoughenergytoaccountforthelostmass.
TheenergyreleasedbynuclearfusionintheSun'scoreheatstheSun.Thehot
Sunradiateslightintospace,warmingtheEarthandtheotherplanets.
About1300wattspersquaremeterreachestheEarth'sorbit,ofwhichabout1000
wattspersquaremeterreachestheEarth'ssurface(onaclearday).
VIDEO
NUCLEAR FUSION IN THE SUN

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Nuclear Fusion in the Sun


Video

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Mercury

LinkstoMercurysites:
ExploringthePlanetsMercury
MissionstoMercury
NASAPlanetaryPhotojournal:Mercury

(Planet)

Relativeposition:1stplanetoutfromthesun.
Appearance:ResemblesEarth'sMoon,scarred
bythousandsofimpactcraters.Thereare
areasofsmoothterrainaswellascliffs,some
soaringamilehigh,formedbyancient
impacts.
Generalcomposition:Rockymaterial.Itisa
terrestrialplanet.
Density:5.43g/cm3
Atmosphere:Almostnoatmosphere.Thevery
littleatmospherethatexistsiscomposed
chieflyofoxygen,sodium,andhelium.
Size:.054thevolumeoftheEarth
Planetarysatellites(Moons):None
Rotation:58.65days(veryslowrotation)
Revolution:88daystogoaroundtheSunonce.
Temperatures:High:467Conthesunnyside
oftheplanet.Low:183Conthedarkside
oftheplanet.

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Venus

LinkstoVenussites:
ExploringthePlanetsVenus
MissionstoVenus
StarDate:Venus

(Planet)

Relativeposition:2ndplanetoutfromthesun.
Appearance:Itiscoveredbythick,rapidlyspinning
clouds.Duetoitsthickcloudlayerreflecting
sunlight,itisthebrightestplanetinthesky
Generalcomposition:Rockymaterial.Itcontainsan
ironcoreandamoltenrockymantle.Thecrustisa
solid,rockymaterial.Itisaterrestrialplanet.
Density:5.24gm/cm3
Atmosphere:Consistsmainlyofcarbondioxide,
nitrogen,anddropletsofsulfuricacid;itcontains
almostnowatervapor.Thisthickatmospheretraps
immenseamountsofheatinalargescalegreenhouse
effect.
Size:.88thevolumeoftheEarth
Planetarysatellites(Moons):None
Rotation:243days(retrograde)
Revolution:225Earthdays.Itsdayislongerthanits
year.
Temperature:450C.ItshotterthanMercurydueto
thegreenhouseeffect.Itisactuallyhotenoughto
meltlead.

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Earth

(Planet)
Relativeposition:3rdplanetoutfromthesun.
Appearance:TheEarthlooksblueandgreen
fromspacewithcloudsmovingthroughthe
atmosphere.ThesurfaceoftheEarthis70%
waterand30%land.
Generalcomposition:Rockymaterial.Itisa
terrestrialplanet.Ithasanickelironcore
withamoltenmantleandsolidrockycrust.
Density:5.52gm/cm3
Atmosphere:Mostlyoxygen(21%)andnitrogen
(78%).Someargon,carbondioxide,and
watervapor.
Size:40,000km(24,8000miles)aroundatthe
equator.
Planetarysatellites(Moons):1TheMoon
Rotation:23hours,56miutes(1day)
Revolution:365.25days
Temperature:Meansurface15Cto20C

LinkstoEarthsites:
ExploringthePlanetsEarth
MissionstoExploreEarth
StarDate:Earth

Specialfeature:Earthsustainslifeasweknowit.
Waterexistsinallthreestates(solid,liquid,and
gas)ontheEarth.Thereisadelicatebalance
betweenitsoceans,air,land,andlife.

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The Moon

LinkstoMoonsites:
MissionstotheMoon
StarDate:Moon
CollectingMoonRocks

TheMoonistheEarthsonlynaturalsatellite.

TheMooncontainsnowaterandhasno
atmosphere

Itshasabout1/6themassoftheEarth,
thereforeithas1/6thegravitationalpullofthe
Earth.

Itis384401kmfromtheEarth.

Ittakes27.32daystoorbittheEarthonce.

ThegravitationalpulloftheMoonis
responsiblefortheEarthstides.

ThesurfaceoftheMooniscoveredwith
cratersandflatlands.Thecratersaredueto
repeatedmeteoritebombardmentswhilethe
dark,flatlandsaretheresultofancientlava
flows.

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Mars

(Planet)
Relativeposition:4thplanetoutfromthesun.
Appearance:Marsappearsredduetotheiron
oxideinitssoil.Ithaspolaricecapsthat
growandrecedewiththeseasons,andithas
duststorms,whichcausegiantdunes,wind
streaks,andwindcarvedfeatures.
Generalcomposition:Rockymaterial.Itisa
terrestrialplanet.
Density:3.94gm/cm3
Atmosphere:Mostlycarbondioxide,nitrogen,
andargon.
Size:.149timesthevolumeoftheEarth.
Planetarysatellites(Moons):2Moons
Rotation:24hours,33minutes.
Revolution:686.67days.
Temperature:87Cto5C

LinkstoMarssites:
MissionstoMars
MarsExplorations
StarDate:Mars

SpecialFeatures:Marshasthelargestvolcanicmountaininthesolarsystem,OlympusMons(27
kmhighand600kmacross);volcanoesinthenorthernTharsisregionthataresohugetheydeform
theplanet'sroundness;andagiganticequatorialriftvalley,theVallesMarineris.Thiscanyon
systemwouldstretchfromNewYorktoLosAngeles;theGrandCanyoncouldfitintooneofthe
sidecanyonsofthisgreatchasm.

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Moons of Mars
Phobos

Deimos

Gougedbyagiantimpactcraterandbeatenby
thousandsofmeteoriteimpacts,Phobosisona
collisioncoursewithMars.Itmaycollide
withMarsin50millionyearsorbreakupinto
aring.

Itisalsoheavilycrateredwithasmalllumpy
appearance.

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Jupiter

(Planet)

Relativeposition:5thplanetoutfromthesun.
Appearance:Itissometimescalledaminisolar
systembecauseofitsnumerousmoonsand
severalrings.Jupiterappearsstripedbecause
lightanddarkbeltsarecreatedbystrongeast
westwinds.
Generalcomposition:Itisagasgiant,meaningitis
mostlymadeofgases.Jupiter'scoreisprobably
notsolidbutadense,hotliquidwitha
consistencylikethicksoup.
Density:1.76gm/cm3
Atmosphere:Mostlyhydrogen,heliumandmethane.
Size:1316timesthevolumeoftheEarth.Itisthe
planetwiththehighestgravityinthesolar
system.
Planetarysatellites(Moons):63Moons;someof
themhavebeennamedandsomehave
alphanumericdesignations.
Rotation:9hours,54minutes
Revolution:11.86Earthyears
Temperature:108C
LinkstoJupitersites:
ExploringthePlanetsJupiter
MissionstoJupiter
StarDate:Jupiter

SpecialFeature:TheGreatRedSpothasexistedforatleast100years,andperhapslonger.
ItisahurricanelikestormonJupiter.(Galileoreportedseeingasimilarfeaturenearly400
yearsago).ThreeEarthscouldfitacrosstheGreatRedSpot.

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Saturn

(Planet)

Specialfeature:Saturn'sringsystemis
themostextensiveandcomplexinour
solarsystem;itextendshundredsof
thousandsofkilometersfromtheplanet.
Theringsaremostlywatericewith
particlesranginginsizefromafew
micrometerstoseveraltensofmeters.

LinkstoSaturnsites:
ExploringthePlanetsSaturn
MissionstoSaturn
StarDate:Saturn

Relativeposition:6thplanetoutfromthe
sun.
Appearance:Saturnhasalargesystemof
rings,andtheyellowandgoldbandsin
itsatmospherearecausedbysuperfast
windscombinedwithheatrisingfromits
interior.
Generalcomposition:ItisaGasgiant,
meaningitismostlymadeofthegases
hydrogenandhelium.
Density:.70gm/cm3(Thislowdensitymeans
thatSaturncouldfloatonwateriftheir
wasabodyofwaterbigenough).
Atmosphere:Mostlyhydrogenandhelium.
Size:755timesthevolumeoftheEarth.
Planetarysatellites(Moons):60Moons;
somehavebeennamedandothershave
alphanumericdesignations
Rotation:10hours,38minutes
Revolution:29.45Earthyears
Temperature:139C

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Uranus

LinkstoUranussites:
ExploringthePlanetsUranus
MissionstoUranus
StarDate:Uranus

(Planet)

Relativeposition:7thplanetoutfromthesun.
Appearance:Ithasabluegreencolorfromthe
methanegasabovethedeeperclouds.
Methaneabsorbsredlightandreflectsblue
light.Itdoeshaveasmallsystemofrings.
Generalcomposition:ItisaGasgiant,meaningit
ismostlymadeofthegaseshydrogenand
helium,withasmallamountofmethaneand
tracesofwaterandammonia.Ithasnosolid
surface,butitdoescontainaliquidcoremade
mostlyoficymaterials(water,methane,and
ammonia)
Density:1.30gm/cm3
Atmosphere:Mostlyhydrogen,helium,and
methane.
Size:52timesthevolumeoftheEarth.
Planetarysatellites(Moons):27Moons
Rotation:17hours,11minutes
Revolution:84.02Earthyears
Temperature:197C
Specialfeature:Uranusaxisistiltedsothatitseemstorotateonitsside.
Thistiltgivesitseasonsthatlastovertwentyyears.

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Neptune

LinkstoNeptunesites:
ExploringthePlanetsNeptune
MissionstoNeptune
StarDate:Neptune

(Planet)

Relativeposition:8thplanetoutfromthesun.
Appearance:Neptunehasabluecolorbecauseofthe
methaneinitsatmosphere.Themethanereflects
bluelightwhileitabsorbsredlight.Ithasasmall
systemofringsandperiodicallyGreatDark
Spots(hurricanelikestorms)appear.
Generalcomposition:ItisaGasgiant,meaningitis
mostlymadeofthegaseshydrogen,helium,and
methane.Ithasnosolidsurface,butitsliquid
coreiscomposedofwaterandothermelted
ices.
Density:1.76gm/cm3
Atmosphere:Mostlyhydrogen,helium,andmethane.
Size:44timesthevolumeoftheEarth.
Planetarysatellites(Moons):13Moons
Rotation:16hours,4minutes
Revolution:164.79Earthyears
Temperature:200C
Specialfeatures:NeptuneisactuallythefarthestplanetfromtheSunfora
20yearperiodoutofevery248EarthyearsduetoPlutosunusual
ellipticalorbit.

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Pluto

Charon

(Dwarf Planet)
Relativeposition:9thplanetoutfromthesun.
Appearance:Alargefrozenballofice.
Generalcomposition:Rockycoresurroundedby
waterice.
Density:2.0gm/cm3
Atmosphere:Frozenmostofthetime.Whenit
isclosesttotheSunthebrightlayeroffrozen
methane,nitrogen,andcarbonmonoxide
thawsoutandgivesitathinatmosphere.
Size:.005thevolumeoftheEarth.Itisthe
planetwiththelowestgravityinthesolar
system.
Planetarysatellites(Moons): 3

LinkstoPlutosites:
MissionstoPluto
PlutoPortal
StarDate:Pluto

1.Charon
2.Hydra
3.Nix

Rotation:6.39days(retrograde)
Revolution:247.9Earthyears
Temperature:233C

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Asteroids

LinkstoAsteroidssites:
MissionstoAsteroids
TheNinePlanets:Asteroids
StarDate:Asteroids

Asteroidsareeitherrockyormetallicobjects
thatorbittheSun.Theyaretoosmallto
consideredplanetsbutaresometimescalled
planetoids.

Theycanbeanywherefromthesizeofa
pebbleuptoa1000km(620miles)in
diameter;theasteroidCeresisanexampleof
anasteroidthatisthislarge.

TheyhavebeenfoundinsideEarthsorbitand
allthewayoutpastSaturnsorbit.Most
asteroids,however,arelocatedintheasteroid
beltwhichexistsbetweentheorbitsofMars
andJupiter.

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Asteroid Belt

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Comets

Cometssmall,fragile,irregularshapedbody
composedofamixtureofnonvolatilegrains
andfrozengases.ComponentsofCometscan
beseenbyclickingonthelink.

Theirorbitsareelliptical(oval)orparabolic
(Ushaped).Theorbitbringstheminvery
closetotheSunandswingsthemfaroutinto
space,sometimesoutpastPluto.Exampleof
acometsorbit.

AscometsapproachtheSun,radiationfrom
theSunevaporatestheiceandgases,creating
thelonetail.TheclosertotheSun,thelonger
thetailofthecomet.Thetailofthecomet
alwaysfacesawayfromtheSunbecauseof
thesolarwindcomingfromtheSun.

LinkstoCometsites:
AsteroidandCometImpactHazards
ThePlanetarySocietysNearEarthObjectsPage
MissionstoComets

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Components of Comets

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Example of a Comets Orbit


Comet2P/Encke

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Meteors, Meteoroids, and


Meteorites

Meteoritesamplethatisfromthe
crustoftheasteroidVesta
Linkstometeoritesites:
ANSMET:AntarcticSearchforMeteorites
Asteroids,Comets,andNASAResearch
MeteoritesfromAntarctica
MeteoritesfromMars

Meteoroidsasteroidsthatareonacollision
coursewithEarth.

Meteorstreakoflightcreatedwhena
meteoroidstrikesouratmosphereathigh
velocityandfrictioncausesthechunkofspace
mattertoburnup.

MeteoritewhatisleftthatstrikestheEarths
surfaceifthemeteoroiddoesnotburnup
completely.

92.8%ofallmeteoritesarecomposedof
silicate(stone),and5.7%arecomposedof
ironandnickel;therestareamixtureofthe
threematerials.

Stonymeteoritesarethehardesttoidentify
sincetheylookverymuchliketerrestrial
rocks.

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Vocabulary
1.

GreenhouseEffectwarmingofaplanetssurfaceasaresultofatmosphericgasestrappingheat.Carbondioxideisone
ofthesegreenhousegases.

2.

PhotonaquantumofvisiblelightorotherformofelectromagneticradiationcomingfromtheSun.Aparticleoflight.

3.

Retrogradethismeansthattheplanetisspinningbackwardscomparedtotheotherplanets.

4.

Revolutiononecompletecirclemadearoundsomething.Theorbitmadebyaplanetorsatellitearoundanotherbody.

5.

Rotationtheturningmotionofaplanetspinningonitsaxis.

6.

Staraglowing,hot,gaseousmassinspacesuchastheSunranginginsizefromthatofaplanettolargerthanthe
Earthsorbit.Itgeneratesenergybythermonuclearreactions.

7.

TerrestrialsimilarincompositionanddensitytoEarth.RelatingtoEarth.Earthlike.

8.

Volumeamountofspaceanobjecttakesup.

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Vocabulary (p.2)
9.

DwarfPlanetacelestialbodythat(a)isinorbitaroundtheSun,(b)hassufficientmassforitsself
gravitytoovercomerigidbodyforcessothatitassumesahydrostaticequilibrium(nearlyround)shape,
(c)hasnotclearedtheneighborhoodarounditsorbit,and(d)isnotasatellite.

10.

Planetacelestialbodythat(a)isinorbitaroundtheSun,(b)hassufficientmassforitsselfgravityto
overcomerigidbodyforcessothatitassumesahydrostaticequilibrium(nearlyround)shapeand(c)has
clearedtheneighborhoodarounditsorbit.

11.

PlutoidscelestialbodiesinorbitaroundtheSunatasemimajoraxisgreaterthanthatofNeptunethat
havesufficientmassfortheirselfgravitytoovercomerigidbodyforcessothattheyassumeahydrostatic
equilibrium(nearspherical)shape,andthathavenotclearedtheneighborhoodaroundtheirorbit.

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