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THE AMAZING PLANETS. MERCURY. First planet from the sun. Mercury has no moons. Mercury has no rings. One year is 88 days. 59 days is one day on Mercury. MERCURY. Mercury’s largest crater is called Caloris. Mercury has an atmosphere that is very thin.

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    1. THE AMAZING PLANETS

    2. MERCURY • First planet from the sun. • Mercury has no moons. • Mercury has no rings. • One year is 88 days. • 59 days is one day on Mercury.

    3. MERCURY • Mercury’s largest crater is called Caloris. • Mercury has an atmosphere that is very thin. • Mercury is 36 million miles from the Sun. • Mercury orbits the Sun the fastest. • Mercury is the second smallest plant.

    4. VENUS • Second planet from the Sun. • Venus has no moons. • Venus has no rings. • One year is 224.7 days. • One day is 243 days.

    5. VENUS • Venus has an atmosphere. • Venus is 68 million miles from the Sun. • Venus is 7,545 miles across. • A day is 243 Earth days

    6. EARTH • Third planet from the Sun. • Earth has one moon. • Earth has no rings. • One year is 365.3 days. • One day is 24 hours.

    7. EARTH • Earth is 93 million miles from the Sun. • Over 70 percent of Earths surface is covered with water. • Earth is the fifth largest planet in our solar system. • The Earth is slightly pear shaped.

    8. MARS • Forth planet from the Sun. • Mars has two moons. • Mars has no rings. • 687 days is a year. • 24.5 hours is a one day.

    9. MARS • Mars is more than 140 million miles from the Sun. • Mars is 4,218 miles across. • Romans named Mars after their god of war. • Mars has channels.

    10. JUPITER • Fifth planet from the Sun. • Jupiter has at least 16 moons. • Jupiter has 2 rings. • One year is 12 Earth years. • One day is 9.8 hours.

    11. JUPITER • The red spot is a storm. • Jupiter is a gas planet. • Jupiter has no solid ground. • Jupiter’s biggest moon is called Ganymede.

    12. SATURN • 6th planet from the Sun. • Saturn has 21 moons. • Saturn has many rings. • One year is 29.5 Earth years. • One day is 10.7 hours.

    13. SATURN • Wind is more than 1,000 Mph on Saturn. • Saturn has the most moons in the Solar System. • Titan is Saturn’s largest moon. • Titan is the only moon with an atmosphere.

    14. URANUS • 7th planet from the Sun. • Uranus has at least 15 moons. • Uranus has 10 rings. • One year is 84 Earth years. • One day is 17 hours.

    15. URANUS • Uranus is a sideways planet. • Uranus is a gas planet. • Uranus has no land. • Uranus’ smallest moon is 10 miles across.

    16. NEPTUNE • Eighth planet from the Sun. • Neptune has 8 moons. • Neptune has 4 rings. • One year is 165 Earth years. • One day is 16 hours.

    17. NEPTUNE • Neptune has a dark spot. • The Romans named Neptune after their God of the sea. • Neptune is 2.8 billion miles from the Sun. • Neptune is a gas planet.