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Katelyn Guinan Georgia Eliopoulos Lina RochaOuter Planets Katelyn Guinan Georgia Eliopoulos Lina Rocha
Jupiter Largest planet Has faint ringsAtmosphere is mostly hydrogen and helium; contains storms swirl on the planet Largest storm is the Great Red Spot
Saturn Second largest planetThick atmosphere is mostly hydrogen and helium Has complex ring system Has at least 33 moons, largest moon Titan is bigger than Mercury
Uranus Large gaseous planet with thin dark ringsAtmosphere is hydrogen, helium, and methane Axis of rotation is nearly parallel to orbit Has 27 moons
Neptune Large gaseous planet with rings that vary in thicknessSometimes is farther than Pluto from the Sun Atmosphere of methane causes the bluish-green color
Pluto Small icy-rock planet with thin atmosphereSingle moon, Charon, is half the diameter of the planet There is a debate over whether it is a planet or not
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