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Get Ready to Blast Off!. A First Grade Journey Into Space. Step 1: Astronaut Training. Moon Walk Swimming Challenge Sight Test Eating Contest. Countdown to Blastoff!. 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1… BLASTOFF!. The Sun . The sun is a star. 8 planets orbit the sun.

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get ready to blast off

Get Ready to Blast Off!

A First Grade Journey Into Space

step 1 astronaut training
Step 1: Astronaut Training
  • Moon Walk
  • Swimming Challenge
  • Sight Test
  • Eating Contest
countdown to blastoff
Countdown to Blastoff!

10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1… BLASTOFF!

the sun
The Sun
  • The sun is a star.
  • 8 planets orbit the sun.
  • It takes about 8 minutes for light from the sun to get to Earth.

Photo from www.planetsforkids.org

mercury
Mercury
  • Mercury has no moons.
  • Mercury can be seen low in the west after sunset or the east before sunrise.
  • Mercury has no atmosphere and cannot have life.

Photo from www.planetsforkids.org

venus
Venus
  • Venus is the brightest planet.
  • Venus is a little smaller than Earth.
  • Venus has no moons.
  • Venus’ temperature is around 860 degrees!

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earth
Earth
  • Earth is the only planet that has oxygen, liquid water, and life.
  • The Earth’s atmosphere is what makes it so special.

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Mars
  • Mars is also called the Red Planet.
  • Scientists have found 43,000 crater marks on Mars!
  • Mars has 2 moons.

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jupiter
Jupiter
  • Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system.
  • Jupiter is the stormiest planet in the solar system.
  • Jupiter has 64 moons.

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saturn
Saturn
  • Saturn has rings, 3 of them can be seen through a telescope.
  • Saturn has 18 moons.
  • It takes Saturn 29 ½ years to go around the Sun one time!

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uranus
Uranus
  • Uranus cannot be seen without a telescope.
  • Uranus has 27 moons.
  • Uranus has very faint rings.

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neptune
Neptune
  • Neptune has 13 moons.
  • It takes Neptune 165 years to go around the Sun one time!
  • Neptune is the third largest planet.

Photo from www.planetsforkids.org

pluto dwarf planet
Pluto (Dwarf Planet)
  • Pluto was found in 1930.
  • It was named a planet, but in 2006 they changed it to a Dwarf Planet.

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