Presentation on theme: "Done by Jacus Pek Le Xuan Yap Kai Herng. A planet is an object orbiting the sun, has enough mass to assume a spherical shape and most be gravitational."— Presentation transcript:
A planet is an object orbiting the sun, has enough mass to assume a spherical shape and most be gravitational dominant in its area. The term "planets" derives from the Greek πλανήτης, meaning "wanderer", denoting objects whose position changed relative to the stars.
The Greek and Roman god of the Sun, music and healing. A god that retained his Greek name in Roman times. Apollo is a God without a planet to his name, but the Sun was attributed to him
Named “Apollo” after the Greek and Roman god. Apollo does not have a planet named after him but the sun is his representation in the galaxy. It is the closest planet to the Sun, therefore it is the hottest planet in the solar system, it has a mean surface temperature of about 500K. Highest being 509K and lowest is 498K It has minimal axial tilt of about 10 degrees. Meaning it has very minimal temperature fluctuations.
It’s size is about slightly larger than Earth. Diameter = 13,000km Circumference= 40,500km Mass: 6,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 metric tons Surface: 525,000,000 sq km
Any human would burn up on Apollo. Its temperature is a lot higher than the temperature range of humans. Earth’s hottest temperature is about 57.8 degree Celsius compared to Apollo’s 227 degrees Celsius average temperature. Apollo’s gravity is 2 times as much as Earth’s, making everyone twice as heavy and mobility twice as hard.
The latest planet to be discovered on 15 th February, 2011. Apollo was discovery when it was perfectly aligned with Earth and the Sun, casting a shadow on Singapore, darkening the country.
The planet has no rings. The planet is so hot that most matter on it is in liquid state. The planet is abundant in gold, silver, platinum and precious stones, making it the most ‘expensive’ planet in the solar system.
Made mostly of Carbon Dioxide, trapping heat in the planet.
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