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Solar System Project. Getting ready to make a scale model. Solar System Project This is going to be a 4 part project!. Part 1 – Paper Part 2 – Poster Part 3 – Scale model Calculations and mini-poster Part 4 – Putting up the Scale Model!. Needed Stuff 1. Name of Object Symbol (*)

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    1. Solar System Project Getting ready to make a scale model

    2. Solar System Project This is going to be a 4 part project! • Part 1 – Paper • Part 2 – Poster • Part 3 – Scale model Calculations and mini-poster • Part 4 – Putting up the Scale Model!

    3. Needed Stuff 1 • Name of Object • Symbol (*) • Legend of Objects Name (origin) – Other names • Who Discovered it – and When – and how (**) • Is it easy to see – or you need a telescope * - some don’t have symbols **– Earth “wasn’t discovered”

    4. Needed Stuff 2 • Picture • Draw it yourself – or color picture from the web - Pictures of the surface – if anything landed there! (*) * Some have not been landed on – only:Venus, Earth, Moon, Mars, Eros, Titan

    5. Needed Stuff 3 • Type of Object • Rocky – Gassy - Icy • Composition • Atmosphere • Planet – surface and interior • Description • What is it like • Cold, hot, stormy… DAG 400 - ALUN

    6. Needed Stuff 4 • Mass (in kilograms) • Size – Diameter (in kilometers) • Distance from the Sun (in kilometers) • Eccentricity (circular orbit or serious ellipse) • Where is it now? Can you see it now? (ec) Quaoar

    7. Needed Stuff 5 • Moons – Names and Descriptions • (Size – Shape – Anything interesting) (*) • Rings (*) Tails (*) • Spacecraft that have visited that object (ec) * Some don’t have moons or rings

    8. Mercury Venus Earth Mars Eros Gaspra / Mathilda / Ida Vesta Halley’s Comet Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Ceres Quaoar Eris Luna Project Topics

    9. Project Topics • 1- Mercury • 2 - Venus • 3 - Earth • 4 - Mars • 5 - Eros • 6 - Gaspra / Mathilda / Ida • 7 - Vesta • 8 - Halley’s Comet • 9 - Jupiter • 10 - Saturn • 11 - Uranus • 12 - Neptune • 13 - Pluto • 14 - Ceres • 15 - Quaoar • 16 – Eris • 17 - Luna

    10. Any Questions??? • Oh, you want to know how it is going to be graded…

    11. Grading System • Name of Object 5 • Symbol (*) • Legend of Objects Name (origin) – Other names 10 • Who Discovered it – and When – and how (*) • Is it easy to see – or you need a telescope • Picture 10 • Draw it yourself – or color picture from the web • Pictures of the surface – if anything landed there • Type of Object 10 • Rocky – Gassy - Icy • Composition • Atmosphere • Planet – surface and interior • Description 5 • What is it like • Mass (in kilograms) 10 • Size – Diameter (in kilometers) • Distance from the Sun (in kilometers) • Eccentricity (circular orbit or serious ellipse) • Moons – Names and Descriptions 5+ • (Size – Shape – Anything interesting) (*) • Rings (*) • Tails (*) • Spacecraft that have visited that object • Where is it now? • Can you see it now? (ec) 55 points + Some things will nothave symbols, moonsrings, tails and the like – obviously it won’t be heldagainst you.