The Planets. Adam Caughhorn Mary Felton Melinda Michael. The Solar System. The sun is a star. There are 8 planets. -Mercury -Venus -Earth -Mars -Jupiter -Saturn -Uranus -Neptune 4 Gaseous planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus,
Well the Sun's a hot star,
Mercury's hot, too.
Venus is the brightest planet,
Earth's home to me and you.
Mars is the red one,
And Jupiter's most wide.
Saturn's got those icy rings,
And Uranus spins on its side.
Neptune's really windy,
And Pluto's not one by law.
Well we wanted to name the planets,
And now we've named them all.
-Fourth Planet from the sun, 141.6 million miles away from the sun
-It has 2 moons
-1 year is 686.98 Earth days
-The planet is 4,222 miles long
-The temperature is -189.67F-98.3F
-Mars has a striking red appearance
-Mars is the god of War
-It has the biggest mountain in the solar system, Olympus
-Fifth planet from the sun, 507 million miles away from the sun
-It has 18 named moons
-1 year is 11.862 Earth years
-The planet is 88,729 miles long
-The temperature is -243.67F
-Jupiter is King of the gods, and the god of sky and thunder
-It is heavier than all the other planets put together
-It has a great red spot where a storm moves counter-clockwise
-Sixth planet from the sun, 890 million miles away from the sun
-It has 46 known moons (as of May 4th, 2005)
-1 year is 29.456 Earth years
-The planet 74,600 miles long
-The temperature is -301.27F
-Saturn is the god of agriculture
-Saturn appears pale yellow with a hint of orange
-Saturn has 7 rings titled A-G
- Spins on an angle of 98 degrees