Chapter 7 Our Planetary System. Earth, as viewed by the Voyager spacecraft. 7.1 Studying the Solar System. Our goals for learning What does the solar system look like? What can we learn by comparing the planets to one another? What are the major features of the Sun and planets?.By ellie
Chapter 7 Our Planetary System. Earth, as viewed by the Voyager spacecraft. 7.1 Studying the Solar System. Our goals for learning What does the solar system look like? What can we learn by comparing the planets to one another? What are the major features of the Sun and planets?.By hollie
Chapter 6 Formation of Planetary Systems Our Solar System and Beyond. The solar system exhibits clear patterns of composition and motion. These patterns are far more important and interesting than numbers, names, and other trivia. Planets are very tiny compared to distances between them. Sun.By baakir
Exploring Our Solar System and Its Origin. Sun. Over 99.9% of solar system’s mass Made mostly of H/He gas (plasma) Converts 4 million tons of mass into energy each second. Mercury made of metal and rock; large iron core desolate, cratered; long, tall, steep cliffsBy amelia
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Other clues to the formation of the Solar System. Inner planets are small and dense Outer planets are large and have low density Satellites of the outer planets are made mostly of ices Cratered surfaces are everywhere in the Solar System
Titanium Isotopes Provide Clues to Lunar Origin. The Moon may have formed by the impact of a Mars-sized object with Earth. Planetary accretion models suggest that the impactor and Earth would have had different isotopic compositions…
Solar System. At-Home-Project. Board Games Examples for Your At-Home-Research Project!. Be Creative!. Recycle an old board game!. Teaching your peers how to play your colorfully and exceptionally challenging game is exciting!.
Solar System. Molly Finnegan. Click on each planet to learn more!. Credits. http://www.siec.k12.in.us/west/proj/space/solar1.htm http://www.siec.k12.in.us/west/proj/space/solar2.htm
SNC1D. SOLAR SYSTEM. The Layout of the Solar System. Large bodies in the Solar System have orderly motions planets orbit counterclockwise in same plane orbits are almost circular the Sun and most planets rotate counterclockwise most moons orbit counterclockwise.
Solar System. Inner planets. Outer planets. Solar Nebular Theory. How did the solar system begin?. The solar system began as a huge cloud of dust and gas called a ________________. Nebula. Gravity. _________________ caused the cloud to condense and form the sun and its nine planets.
Solar system. Saturn. Saturn was the Greek god of agriculture. He was called Cronus by the Greeks. In many ways Saturn is similar to Jupiter. But it is much smaller. It is the second largest planet in our solar system. Jupiter.
Solar System. The Eight Planets and Other Objects. Mercury. The smallest planet Largest temperature fluctuations Planet closest to the sun Heavily cratered. Venus. The Second planet from the Sun Named after the Roman Goddess of Love! Very hot temperatures. Earth. AKA Home!
Solar System. Mercury. Distance From The Sun 57,900,000 km Diameter 4879 km Temperature 167 o C Length of Day 59 Earth days Length of Year 88 Earth days. Venus. Distance From The Sun 108,000,000 km Diameter 12,104 km Temperature 464 o C Length of Day 243 Earth days
Solar System. J. Wunderlich, Ph.D. Image from http://www.mapsharing.org/MS-maps/map-pages-space-map/2-solar-system-planets-map.html. Universe born 14 billion years ago. Image from http://science.howstuffworks.com/big-bang-theory1.htm. Galaxies formed 1 billion years after Big Bang.