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All About… The Solar System!. By: Valeria Grimary Munoz. I ndex :. Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto. Index. Mercury. Mercury is the innermost & smallest planet of our Solar System. Temperature ranges from -183 C to 427 C

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all about the solar system

All About… The Solar System!

By: Valeria Grimary Munoz

i ndex

Index:

Mercury

Venus

Earth

Mars

Jupiter

Saturn

Uranus

Neptune

Pluto

mercury

Index

Mercury

Mercury is the innermost & smallest planet of our Solar System.

Temperature ranges from -183 C to 427 C

It takes 87.9 days to orbit & has no moons.

Named after the Roman God Mercury.

venus

Index

Venus

Venus is the second planet of our solar system. & takes 224.7 earth days to orbit the sun.

Its called the sister planet because in some ways it is very similar to Earth.

Hottest planet of our solar system; it reaches to 460 °C & −220 °C.

Named after the Roman Goddess of love & beauty.

earth

Index

Third Planet of our solar system.Referred as the ‘Blue Planet’ or Latin name ‘Terra’365 days to rotate.Earth has human LifeLargest of the four innermost planets.

Earth

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Index

Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in the SolarSystem. The planet is named after the Roman god of war, Mars. It is often described as the "Red Planet",

Mars

jupiter

Index

Jupiter

Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun & the largest planet within our Solar System.

Romans named the planet after the Roman God Jupiter.

It has 64 moons.

saturn

Index

Saturn

Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun & the second largest planet of our Solar System.

Named after the Roman God Saturn.

It is 9 times larger than the earth.

Has 62 moons & a lot of rings.

uranus

Index

Uranus

Uranus is the seventh planet from the sun.

Named after the ancient Greek deity of the sky Uranus.

Has rings

First planet discovered by telescope.

n e p t u n e

Index

Neptune

It is the eighth planet from the sun.

Named after the Roman God of the Sea.

12 moons

Similar to Uranus.

Discovered September 23, 1846.

pluto
Pluto

Only dwarf planet in our Solar System.

Ninth planet from the Sun.

Coldest planet.

Farthest from the Sun.

4 moons