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Do Now 10/28/13. 1) How many planets do we have in our solar system? 2) How was our solar system formed?. 8 Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn Uranus, Neptune – Pluto is now considered a dwarf planet.

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Do Now 10/28/13
  • 1) How many planets do we have in our solar system?
  • 2) How was our solar system formed?

8 Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn Uranus, Neptune

– Pluto is now considered a dwarf planet

The Nebula Theory - A supernova condensed a nebula cloud, forming out sun, then our solar system

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Do Now 10/28/13
  • 1) Name 3 cell organelles and their functions
  • 2) What are 2 differences between a plant and animal cell?
  • 3) What are these (answer to #2) organelles functions?
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Do Now 10/29/13
  • 1) What does Mercury’s surface look like?

2) Which Planet has iron Oxide in its soil?

3) Which planet is 800°F during the day and -290° at night? WHY?

Covered in craters because no atmosphere to protect it

Mars

Mercury-extremely thin atmosphere cannot retain heat

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Do Now 10/30/13 – HW on desk please

Only planet to have life, has ozone, protective atmosphere, plate tectonics, strong electromagnetic field

  • 1) Name a Characteristic Unique to Earth
  • 2) Name 2 things unique regarding Venus’s Rotation
  • 3)Does Mercury have an atmosphere? Why or why not?
  • 4) Name 2 characteristics of Mars

Its rotation – 243 days (24hrs is ours) is longer than its revolution - 224 (365 days is ours)

The sun rises in the west and sets in the east

No because it is so close, the solar winds blast it away

Reddish color due to iron oxide, atmosphere is mostly co2, thought to have had water at one time, 4th planet from the sun, smaller than earth, has a mountain larger than Everest, has a canyon bigger than the grand canyon

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Uranus

  • 1) Which planet was impacted by a planet-sized asteroid that knocked its tilt to 98°?
  • 2) Which moon of Jupiter is covered in active volcanoes and COULD have plate tectonics?
  • 3) What are Saturn’s rings made of?
  • 4) How is Uranus’s revolution different from that of the other planets?

Io

Rock, dust, ice

Its reverse from all other planets, retrograde movement

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Revolution is the time it takes for the object to go around the Sun and orbit is the path that the objects follow to go around the Sun

  • 1) What is the difference between an orbit and revolution?
  • 2) Why does Neptune occasionally becomes further out than Pluto in its orbit?
  • 3) Which planet has 27 moons?
  • 4) Which planet experiences dangerous, planet-wide dust storms?

Because of Pluto’s elliptical orbit

Uranus

Mars

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Carbon dioxide ice

  • 1) What type of ice does Mars has on its poles?
  • 2) Which dwarf planet is found in the Asteroid Belt?
  • 3) Pluto’s surface is made up of ______________ and ______________.

Ceres

Methane ice

rock

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Hurricane

  • 1) Jupiter’s Great Red spot is a ______________ larger than Earth.

2) What is the turning on an axis called?

3) Which dwarf planet is a large, round asteroid?

Rotation

Ceres

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  • 1) What is the number of moons for each of our well know planets, including Pluto. List in order from distance from Sun.
  • 2) What is the main composition (made up of) of the Outer Planets?
  • 3) What is the only planet that has a density less than 1.00, which means it would float in saltwater!
  • Mercury- 0 6. Saturn -55
  • Venus-07. Uranus-27
  • Earth-1 8. Neptune - 14
  • Mars-2 9. Pluto - 5
  • Jupiter-63
  • Hydrogen & Helium
  • Saturn
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Saturn

  • 1) Which planet has a diameter of 74,898 miles?
  • 2) The tilt (in degrees) of Venus is:
  • 3) Which moon has the synchronous rotation and revolution, similar to our Moon?
  • 4) How many dwarf planets are classified in our solar system? What are their names?

2.6º

Triton, Neptune’s largest moon

FIVE- Ceres, Pluto, Eris, Makemake, Haumea

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Neptune

  • 1) Which planet has six thin rings?
  • 2) Which planet has a gravity of 1.07, compared to Earth?
  • 3) Pluto is 3.8 ___________ miles from the Sun.
  • 4) Which is the most reflective moon in our solar system?

Saturn

billion

Callisto

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Do Now 11/15/13

1) Which is the largest moon in our solar system?

2)Which planets/moon have H2O water in all three phases (solid, liquid, gas)?

3) What is an object that gets caught in the gravitational pull of a planet?

Ganeymede

Earth

Satellite (moon)

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  • ** Solar System Test Thurs/Friday
  • 1)Titan is _______________’s moon.
  • 2)Triton is _______________’s moon.
  • 3)What is the only planet with 4 distinct seasons?
  • 4) How is the Asteroid Belt theorized to have been created?**Hint think of Saturn’s rings

Saturn

Neptune

Earth

  • Is believed to have been another terrestrial planet that had an planet-sized asteroid impact when it was solid and was shattered by impact.
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Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars : inner planets, rocky

  • 1) List the terrestrial planets, and 2 characteristics of terrestrial planets
  • 2) How many moons does each planet have?
  • 3) Explain in detail why Venus is so hot? What EFFECT causes this heating of the surface?

Mercury – 0 Jupiter - 63

Venus – 0 Saturn – 55

Earth – 1 Uranus – 27

Mars – 2 Neptune - 14

The excessive amount of CO2, causes the greenhouse effect to be extremely strong, all the hear from the sun is kept on the planet and cannot escape back into space