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Introduction

Mercury is the closest planet


to the Sun and the smallest
one in the Solar System—it’s
only a bit larger than the
Moon. The planet’s name has
nothing to do with the liquid
metal, since Mercury was
actually named after the
Roman messenger god
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Mercury Neptune Jupiter


Mercury is the Neptune is the Despite being red,
closest farthest planet from Mars is a cold place.
planet to the Sun the Sun and the It’s full of iron oxide
and the fourth-largest by dust, giving the
smallest one in the diameter in the Solar planet its reddish
Solar System cast
System
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Theory 1

Mercury is the closest planet to


the Sun and the smallest one
in the Solar System

Theory 2

Venus has a beautiful name


and is the second planet from
the Sun
Schedule

Venus has a Saturn is the


beautiful ringed
name planet

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Mercury is Despite
the smallest being red,
planet Mars is cold
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Research Analysis
Venus is the second Jupiter is the biggest
planet from the Sun planet
in the Solar System

Data Study Comparison


Despite being red, Saturn is composed
Mars is actually a mostly of hydrogen
cold place and helium
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Results Analysis

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Jupiter is a gas giant and


the biggest planet in the
Solar System
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Mercury Venus Mars


Mercury is the Venus is the second Despite being red,
closest planet to the planet from the Sun Mars is actually a
Sun cold place

Jupiter Saturn Neptune


It’s the biggest Saturn is composed Neptune is the
planet in the Solar mostly of hydrogen farthest planet from
System and helium the Sun
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