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ABOUT ME

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ABOUT ME

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Solar System

The Sun,the nine planets


which revolving round it,
and the satellites which
are revolving round their
respective planets,
constitute the Solar
System'.
Solar system
THE SOLAR SYSTEM

The Sun, a large star, is nearer to our


earth than other stars. We receive
heat and light constantly from the
sun. There are nine large planets
including our earth and nearly one
thousand smaller planets (asteroids)
revolving round the sun in different
orbits. The other planets are Mercury,
Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus,
Neptune and Pluto.
Our solar system
Our Solar System consists of
the Sun, nine planets (and
their moons), an asteroid belt,
and many comets and
meteors. The Sun is the
centre of our Solar System.
The planets, over 61 moons,
the asteroids, comets,
meteoroids, and other rock
sand gas, all orbit the Sun.
The planets
 Mercury
 Venus,
 Earth,
 Mars,
 Jupiter
 Saturn
 Uranus
 Neptune
 Pluto
Mercury
Mercury is the planet closest to the Sun in
our Solar System. This small, rocky planet
has almost no atmosphere. Mercury is a
very elliptical orbit and huge range in
temperature. During the long daytime witch
lasts 58.65 earth day or almost an entire
Mercurian year, witch is 88 days long, the
temperature is hotter than an oven; during
the long night the same length, the
temperature is colder than a freezer.
Mercury
Venus is the second planet away
Venus
from the Sun. It is the hottest planet
in our solar system. This planet is
covered with fast moving Sulphuric
acid clouds which trap heat from the
Sun. Its thick atmosphere is mostly
carbon dioxide. Venus has an iron
core but only a very weak magnetic
field.
This is a planet on which a person
would asphyxiate in the poisonous
atmosphere, cooked in the extremely
Venus
The Earth
The earth is the third planet from the
Sun in our Solar System. It is the
planet we have evolved on and the
only planet in our solar system that is
known to support life. The earth is
about 7,926 miles (12,756 km) in
diameter. The earth is the fifth largest
planet in our Solar System.
Earth
Mars
Mars, the red planet, is the fourth
planet from the Sun and the most
earth-like planet in our Solar
System. It is about half the size
of Earth and has a dry, rocky
surface and a very thin
atmosphere.
Mars
Jupiter
Jupiter is the fifth and largest
planet in our solar system. This
gas giant has a thick atmosphere,
39 known moons, and a dark,
barely visible ring. Its most
prominent features are bands
across its latitudes and a great
red spot (which was caused due
to a storm).
Jupiter
Saturn
Saturn is the sixth planet from
the Sun in our Solar System. It is
the second largest planet in our
Solar System. (Jupiter is the
largest). It has beautiful rings
that are made mostly of ice
chunks (and some rock) that
range in size from the size of
fingernail to the size of a car.
Saturn is made mostly of
hydrogen and helium gas.
Saturn
 Saturn was named
for the Roman god of
agriculture.
 Saturn has 21 rings.
 Saturn is about
74,898 miles in
diameter.
 This is about 9.4
times the diameter
of the Earth.
 Saturn's beautiful
rings are only visible
Uranus
Uranus is the seventh planet from
the Sun in our Solar System. This
huge, ice planet is covered with
cloud and is encircled by a belt of
11 rings and 22 known moons,
Uranus blue colour is caused by
the methane (ch) in its
atmosphere; this molecule
absorbs red light
URANUS
Neptune
Neptune is the eighth planet from the
Sun in our Solar System.
This giant, frigid planet has a hazy
atmosphere and strong winds.
This gas giant is orbited by eight
moons and narrow, faint rings
arranged in clumps.
Neptune's blue colour is caused by
the methane (ch4) in its atmosphere;
this molecule absorbs red light.
Neptune


Pluto
Pluto is the ninth and usually the farthest planet
from the Sun in our Solar System. It is also the
smallest planet in our solar system and the last
to be discovered. It is smaller than a lot of the
other planet's moons, including our moon. Pluto
is the only planet in our solar system that has
not been visited by our spacecraft yet. We only
have blurry pictures of its surface; even the
Hubble space telescope, orbiting the earth can
only get grainy photos because Pluto is so far
from us.
Pluto
The moon
The moon is earth's only
natural satellite. The moon is a
cold, dry orb whose surface is
studded with craters and
strewn with rocks and dust
called regolith. The moon has
no atmosphere. Recent lunar
missions indicate that there
might be some frozen ice at the
poles.
The moon
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