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Planet Presentations Room 10 . Venus. Chris Koertge Angelica Eggleston Courtney Shotts. Important Facts.

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    1. Planet Presentations Room 10

    2. Venus Chris Koertge Angelica Eggleston Courtney Shotts

    3. Important Facts Venus is the second planet in our solar system. Venus is 67,230,000 miles away from the sun. All the way around Venus is 7,521 miles wide. The atmosphere is carbon dioxide. On Venus, it gets to be 900 degrees F. Venus has no moons. It takes 224 Earth days for one year. For the rotation of the sun it is 243 Earth days.

    4. Name and Symbols The Romans named for the goddess of love and beauty

    5. More to Know The temperature on Venus is 900 degrees. The atmosphere on Venus is carbon dioxide Venus has 0 moons. Venus has 0 rings

    6. Mars Brianna Duff Desiree Heldman Frank Hendricks

    7. Important Facts Mars is the fourth planet in the solar system. Mars is a red color because it has iron in the soil. Mars has long canals in the soil. That means that water once flowed on Mars. The water froze in the polar ice caps. Mars is half the size of Earth. A meteorite from Mars on Earth that had fossil’s in it.

    8. Name and Symbols Mars was named after the Roman god of war.

    9. More to Know Mars is the only planet whose surface can be seen in detail from the earth.Mars has two satellites, Deimos and Phobos.Its atmosphere is Carbonioxcide.

    10. Jupiter Brice Brenneman Reva Lauth Samantha McGaha

    11. Important Facts It is the fifth planet form the sun. It is eleven times bigger than earth. It is 483,600,000 miles away from the sun. Earth would fit inside of Jupiter 1,000 times. Jupiter in diameter is 88,846 miles. A day there is 9 hours and 55 minutes. A year is 12 Earth years. Jupiter is our biggest known planet. It contains a storm that has lasted for hundreds of years. It is known as the great red spot.

    12. Name and Symbols Jupiter was named after the Roman messenger of gods.

    13. More to Know The layers of dense clouds around Jupiter appear in auto to graph the planet taken by the Voyager 1 space phobe. The large oval shaped mark on the clouds is the Great Red spot. The spot is believed to be an in tease atmospheria disturbance. Satellites and ring.Jupiter has 16 Satellite

    14. Mercury Cassie Hesik Megan Bilecki Michael Swain

    15. Important Facts Mercury is 35,980,000 miles away from the sun.It is the first planet from the sun.The diameter is 3,031 miles.The length of year is 88 Earth days.The temperature is 280 degrees to 800 degrees. The atmosphere is sodium, helium, hydrogen and oxygen. There are no satellites. Mercury’s surface appears to much like the moon. It reflects only 6% of sunlight

    16. it receives, about the same as the Moon’s surface reflects. Mercury’s rotation moves around the Sun on its axis. Its rotation is slower than any other planet except for Venus.

    17. Name and Symbols

    18. More to Know • Surface: • Atmosphere: • Number of Moons: • Other interesting facts:

    19. Pluto Dominique McGordon Patrick Meijer Matt Eckert

    20. Important Facts Pluto is the ninth planet in our solar system. It is the smallest planet,even smaller than Earths moon.It is so far away from the sun that it is very very cold.Pluto is like a frozen snowball of gas,water,and rocks.Pluto has an unusual orbit.It does not make a perfect orbit around the Sun like the other planets do. Sometimes it crosses into the orbit of Neptune. There is only one moon that orbits Pluto.

    21. Name and Symbols Pluto was named after the Greek and Roman god of the lower world.

    22. More to Know Pluto has one moon and the atmosphere on Pluto is very cold.The surface on Pluto is rocky and cold.The temperature on Pluto is about-387 degrees to-369 degrees.

    23. Earth Keturah Johnson Jason Simmons Hayley Shelton

    24. Important Facts The Earth the is third planet from the Sun. The distance from the Earth to the sun is 92,960,00. To go around the sun is 24,901,000 miles.

    25. Name and Symbols Earth was named after the greek Earth Goddess.

    26. More to Know The surface on Earth has water, air and land. The atmosphere on Earth is just solid air. The Earth has one moon.

    27. Neptune Megan Fultz Stephanie Johnson J.C. Hines

    28. Important Facts Neptune It is the eighth planet from the sun. Neptune is 2,798,000 miles from the sun. Neptune’s year is as long as 165 earth years. Neptune rotates every 16 hours and 7 minutes.

    29. Name and Symbols Neptune was named after the Roman god of sea.

    30. More to Know The surface is made of gas. It’s the 8th planet from the sun.It has at least 15 moons.

    31. Uranus Shane Steinebach Antonio Segraves Julie Davis

    32. Important Facts Uranus is the seventh planet from the sun. It is 1,785,000,000 miles away from the sun. One day is seventeen hours. It is four times times the size of Earth. One year is 84 Earth years. It’s diameter is 31,763 miles. Uranus is the third largest planet in our solar system.

    33. Name and Symbols Uranus was named after the Greek god of the sky.

    34. More to Know The temperature on Uranus is 357. It is 1,702,100,000 miles long. It has at least 11 rings. It has 15 moons. The rings are made of mud fainer than those of Saturn. The surface is Hydrogen helium methane.

    35. Saturn William Sylvia Jessica Thayer Joe Fields

    36. Important Facts Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun .The size of Saturn is 74,898 miles {120,536 kilometers.} Saturn is 888,222,000 miles from the sun.It takes Saturn about 29 ½ earth years to rotate around the sun. It takes Saturn 10 hours and 39 minutes to rotate on its axis.

    37. Name and Symbols Saturn was named after the Roman god of farming.

    38. More to Know Saturn is a gas planet. It has 9 rings.It is is full of poisons.