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1 SPACESPACESPACESPACE The Infinite Frontier

2 The Surface Of Mercury

3 Mercury's Period Of Time 1 year on Mercury is 88 Earth days and 3.3hours. 1 day is 176 Earth days.

4 Mercury In Full View

5 Mercury's Temperatures Low temperatures on Mercury can drop to F not facing the Sun. It can reach over F facing the Sun.

6 Craters On Mercury

7 Mercury’s Surface The surface is Rocky and covered with craters. The surface of Mercury is so hot, no life could live on it.

8 Mercury's South Pole

9 Other Interesting Facts About Mercury Mercury is named after the Roman God of commerce. Mercury’s magnetic field is strong enough to deflect solar wind. Mercury's core could possibly be made of a liquid substance.

10 Mercury’s atmosphere It’s atmosphere is made up of hydrogen, helium, oxygen, sodium, calcium, and potassium.

11 The Creators Of The Slide Show:

12 MERCURY MERCURY Here is a great view of mercury

13 Mercury Who or what is the planet name after? Who or what is the planet name after? Roman god of commerce. Roman god of commerce.

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15 Mercury How far is the sun is your planet? How far is the sun is your planet? 27 million miles! Dist across the planet? Dist across the planet? 4880 km 4880 km

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17 How long is one year on your planet? How long is one year on your planet? 88 days How long is one day on your planet? How long is one day on your planet? 176 earth days

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19 How many moons are there? How many moons are there? Mercury has NO moons! Mercury has NO moons!

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21 What are the gases? What are the gases? Hydrogen and helium. What is the temperature? What is the temperature? 360 o F

22 Created By Alan Childers

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24 Mars Facts A year on Mars is 687 Earth days. A year on Mars is 687 Earth days. A day on Mars is 24 Earth hours. A day on Mars is 24 Earth hours. Mars has 2 moons, Phobos, & Deimos Mars has 2 moons, Phobos, & Deimos

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26 Mars Facts Mars was named after the Roman God of War, Ares. Mars was named after the Roman God of War, Ares. Mars is 137 million miles from the Sun. Mars is 137 million miles from the Sun. It is 4,070 miles across Mars. It is 4,070 miles across Mars.

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28 Mars Facts The gases that are present in the atmosphere are 95% Carbon Dioxide, 3% Nitrogen, 1.6% Argon & contains traces of Oxygen & Water. The gases that are present in the atmosphere are 95% Carbon Dioxide, 3% Nitrogen, 1.6% Argon & contains traces of Oxygen & Water. The terrain of Mars is rocky and has a lot of dirt, it has the largest volcano in our Solar System. The terrain of Mars is rocky and has a lot of dirt, it has the largest volcano in our Solar System.

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30 Mars Facts The Temperature on Mars is -55 o C, -67 o F. The Temperature on Mars is -55 o C, -67 o F. The surface of Mars is made of Gas, Volcanoes & Rock. The surface of Mars is made of Gas, Volcanoes & Rock. Mars also has very large Dust Storms Mars also has very large Dust Storms

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34 Mars facts The distance across the planet in diameter is 6,794 KM. 1 year on Mars is 687 Earth years Mars is 227,940,000 KM from the sun Mars is 227,940,000 KM from the sun

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36 More facts about Mars Mars’s service is 95% Carbine Dioxide,3% Nitrogen, 1.6% Argon, Oxygen and water People call Mars the red planet It takes 24 hours and 37 minutes to rotate around the Sun

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38 Facts about Mars! A day on Mars is 24.6 hours It’s named after the Roman God of War and Agriculture

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40 Mars facts Mars has two moons their names are Deimos and Phobos Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Argon are the gases in the atmosphere The maximum temperature on Mars is 36 0 C [98 0 F] and the minimum temperature is C [ F]

41 The Dust storm on Mars

42 More facts about mars Mars is made up of Nickel, Iron, and it is rocky The mass is 10% of Earth and the volume is 15% of Earth The mass is 10% of Earth and the volume is 15% of Earth

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44 This project was presented by * Torrie Brogan Torrie Brogan and and Tori Abplanalp Tori Abplanalp *

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47 ► Mars has two Moons. Deimos and Phobos. ► The warmest temperature is o ► A full year on Mars is 686 days

48 If you Look Closely You can See the Difference Of the two Pictures.

49 Mars has the biggest volcano in the universe. Mars has the biggest volcano in the universe. Mar’s orbit goes in the asteroid belt. Mar’s orbit goes in the asteroid belt. Mars is named after the Roman god of war and Agriculture. Mars is named after the Roman god of war and Agriculture.

50 Mars and its Volcano Region Mars Biggest Volcano

51  The atmosphere of Mars Is Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen and Argon.  The surface of Mars Is Made out of Nickel and Iron.  One day on Mars is 24hours and 37minutes.

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53 Mars is 229 million kilometers(142miles) from the sun. Mars is 229 million kilometers(142miles) from the sun. The distance across Mars is 6,794 kilometers. The distance across Mars is 6,794 kilometers.

54 (Mars full view)

55 Created By: Darreyn Burritt

56 Saturn

57 FACTS Saturn has 34 moons Saturn has 34 moons The temperature on Saturn is -184 degrees The temperature on Saturn is -184 degrees The surface on Saturn is made up of Gas The surface on Saturn is made up of Gas The interesting fact about Saturn is its RINGS The interesting fact about Saturn is its RINGS The distance across Saturn is 120,536km. And approximately (888 million miles) The distance across Saturn is 120,536km. And approximately (888 million miles) The gases that’s presents the atmosphere are Hydrogen, Helium, and, Methane. The gases that’s presents the atmosphere are Hydrogen, Helium, and, Methane.

58 ` Saturn and its ring around it.

59 This is a picture of Saturn’s moon and the different sides of it.

60 About Saturn Saturn is 1,429 million km. from the sun Saturn is 1,429 million km. from the sun The terrain of Saturn is Rocky. The terrain of Saturn is Rocky. One day on Saturn is 10 hrs. and 39 min. One day on Saturn is 10 hrs. and 39 min. One year on Saturn is 29.5 earth years One year on Saturn is 29.5 earth years

61 Saturn and its rings facing Earth

62 Saturn The surface on Saturn is Liquid chemicals Saturn was named for “THE GOD OF AGRICULTURE”.

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64 Jupiter’s North Pole

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66 A day on Jupiter= 9 hours and 55 minutes on Earth time. A day on Jupiter= 9 hours and 55 minutes on Earth time. A year on Jupiter= about 12 Earth years. A year on Jupiter= about 12 Earth years. If Jupiter were hollow you could fit 1000 Earths inside of it. If Jupiter were hollow you could fit 1000 Earths inside of it.

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69 Jupiter’s temperature can get to as low as C on the side that’s not facing the Sun and F on the side that faces the Sun. Jupiter’s temperature can get to as low as C on the side that’s not facing the Sun and F on the side that faces the Sun. Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System. Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System. Jupiter is the 5 th planet from the Sun. Jupiter is the 5 th planet from the Sun.

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72 Facts The red spot on Jupiter is actually a storm that has been raging for about 400 years. The red spot on Jupiter is actually a storm that has been raging for about 400 years. Inside Jupiter’s core is rocky soil and very hot metallic liquid hydrogen. Inside Jupiter’s core is rocky soil and very hot metallic liquid hydrogen.

73 By Jackson Eads and Devon McMillan

74 Ultraviolet view Ultraviolet image of many comet impacts on Jupiter.

75 The Great Red Spot: An Ancient Storm On Jupiter.

76 Jupiter Fun Facts The planet is named after the roman king of gods (mythology) It is 466 million miles from the sun

77 Aurora Crowns On Jupiter’s North Pole.

78 Jupiter’s Moon, Io, In Ultraviolet.

79 Jupiter Fun Facts Hydrogen and helium are the gases in the planet’s atmosphere The average temperature is minus c

80 Jupiter’s Northern And Southern Auroras.

81 Jupiter’s New Red Spot.

82 Jupiter Fun Facts 1 day on Jupiter is only 10 Earth hours It has at least 63 moons. Many of are very small. 16 of them are Metis, Adrastea, Amalthea, Thebe, Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callista, Sinope, Leda, Himalia, Lysithea, Elara, Ananke, Carme, and Pasiphae

83 “Overhead” Projection Of A Large Comet Impact On Jupiter.

84 Jupiter Fun Facts The surface is made of gases It has lightning and auroras on the night side

85 Jupiter And Io #1.

86 Jupiter And Io #2.

87 Jupiter Fun Facts It is 85,788 miles across (diameter) One year on it is as long as 12 Earth years

88 Rare Image Of Jupiter And Io.

89 Jupiter Fun Facts The entire planet is made up of clouds

90 Black Holes Black holes are formed when sun-sized stars run out o fuel and get big then collapse and shrink to the size of an atom. Then then use gravity to suck everything up.

91 How can something get smaller, but retain the same amount of mass, or stuff? It is really quite simple. If you take a sponge the size of a soda can you can easily squish it in your hands until it is completely covered. But here is the interesting part. If you make something smaller by squishing it, it's gravity becomes much stronger. Imagine then, if you squish a star into the size of an atom how powerful it's gravity would become. A black hole's gravity becomes so powerful that anything including light that gets too close, gets pulled in. That's right, not even light can escape the grasp of a black hole. The middle of a black hole is called a Singularity. Singularity is simply a big word that means squashed up star. When you get to close to the singularity you will begin to fall into it. When you begin to fall toward it you know you have passed the Outer Event Horizon. At this point you could still escape, but you had better hurry, because as soon as you pass the Inner Event Horizon it will be too late

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93 Black Hole

94 Core Of Black Hole#1

95 Core Of Black Hole #2

96 Created By Kyle Miller

97 JUPITERJUPITER

98 Facts Jupiter got its name from the Roman King of Gods. Jupiter got its name from the Roman King of Gods.

99 3 of Jupiter's moons cast shadows

100 Facts The diameter of Jupiter is approximately 85,788 miles

101 The Red Spot/ Storm

102 Facts Jupiter has 63 moons this is 5 major ones Europa,Lo, Ganymede, Callisto, LoErupts.

103 Impact on Jupiter

104 Facts It takes 10 Earth hours for one day on Jupiter.

105 View Of Jupiter's Storm.

106 Facts The red spot has been going on almost 340 Years. Jupiter is also made out of gasses.

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108 A full view of Saturn’s stretched visible light.

109 Facts  Saturn was named after the God of Agriculture.  Saturn is 1,429 million kilometers from the sun.  The distance around Saturn is 120,536 kilometers.

110 Saturn’s Dynamic Auroras.

111 FACTS  Saturn has 34 moons.  Titan is the main moon.

112 Saturn’s Rings in Ultraviolet Light.

113 FACTS  1 year on Saturn is 29.5 Earth years.  1 day on Saturn is 10 hours, 39 minutes.

114 Saturn’s Rings in Infrared Light.

115 FACTS  Saturn’s gases are hydrogen, helium, and methane.  Saturn temperature is C (340F)

116 Surface Features cover Saturn’s Moon, Titan.

117 FACTS  Saturn is made of chemicals.  Saturn is the son of Uranus.  On Saturn, you weigh 12 pounds more, than you do on Earth.

118 An Infared View of Saturn.

119 FACTS  Saturn has such a small density that it could float on water.  Saturn’s rings are made of ice and rock.  Saturn has at least one division in its rings.

120 Saturn With Rings Tilted Toward Earth.

121 FACTS  Saturn is the 6 th planet from the sun.  The second biggest planet in the solar system.  Saturn has different temperatures on different sides.

122 SATURN

123 NEBULA  A nebula is a cloud of gas and dust in outer space.  Most nebulas, are often very large, and spanning across many light years.  The different types of nebulas are Emission Nebula, Reflection Nebula, Planetary Nebula, and Bok Globule.

124 “ Windows- Curtain” Structure of the Orion Nebula.

125 The Helix Nebula: a Gaseous Envelope Expelled by a Dying Star.

126 Abstract Art Found in the Orion Nebula

127 Orion Nebula

128 The Eagle Nebula

129 The Orion Nebula’s Biggest Stars

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131 Saturn with its rings tilted toward earth.

132 True Fact Did you know The temperature on Saturn is c and f. Saturn is the named after the god of agriculture. A year on Saturn is 29.5 earth years.

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134 One day on Saturn is 10 hours and 39 minutes. Saturn is 1,492 million Km from the sun.

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136 True Fact The distance across the planet is 120,536 KM. The gases in Saturn's atmosphere is hydrogen, helium and methane. Saturn's surface is made of liquid chemicals. The terrain of Saturn is rocky.

137 The first image of Saturn's Aurora

138 Fast Fact On Saturn you would weigh 12 pounds more. Saturn's rings are made of rock.

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140 Fast Fact Did you know Saturn is the son of Uranus. Saturn has 34 moons the main moons are Mimas,Tethys,Dione,Lapetus and Titan.

141 Saturn Created by Myra Steele

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143 Facts Uranus has twenty one moons Uranus has twenty one moons Uranus was discovered in 1977 Uranus was discovered in 1977 Uranus is rocky Uranus is rocky

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147 Facts Uranus is -184 o c (-300) Uranus is -184 o c (-300) Uranus is 17.2 hours long Uranus is 17.2 hours long Uranus is the Lords of the Skies and Husband of Earth Uranus is the Lords of the Skies and Husband of Earth

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150 Facts Uranus is 2,871 kilometers (1,784miles) away from the Sun Uranus is 2,871 kilometers (1,784miles) away from the Sun Uranus is 51,117 kilometers (31,763miles) distance across the planet Uranus is 51,117 kilometers (31,763miles) distance across the planet

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152 Uranus

153 Created by Megan Hilligoss

154 Both Hemispheres of Neptune

155 Neptune’s moons The surface wind flows over 1,000 miles an hour. The planet Neptune has eight moons their names are Naiad, Thalassa, Despina, Galatea, Lorissa, and last but not least, Proteust.

156 Neptune and four of it’s moons.

157 Naiad Naiad Naiad is the closest moon to Neptune. Naiad is to small to be a ball shape. The irregularly shape is shaped like an asteroid discovered by Voyager 2 in 1989.

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159 Thalassa and Despina Thalassa was discovered in 1989 by Voyager 2. It is shaped irregularly like an oval. Thalassa is a daughter of Aether and Hemera, in Greek mythology. Despina is the third moon from Neptune it is one of the known moons. The small icy world was discovered in 1989 by Voyager 2.

160 T N H E E P T C U L N O E U D O F

161 Galatea and Lorissa Galatea is the fourth moon from Neptune. Galatea was a cyclone who was loved by Cyclops polyphermus. It was also discovered by Voyager 2 in Unlike the other moons Lorissa was discovered by Harold Reitsema. Lorissa is the fifth moon from Neptune. Lorissa was the daughter of Peglas.

162 THE RINGS OF NEPTUNE

163 Proteus and info about Neptune Proteus is the second largest moon but is still very small. Neptune is named after the God of Water. Neptune is 30,773 miles away from the sun. The distance across Neptune is 49,527 kilometers. The year on Neptune is 60,190 days. A day on Neptune is 16 Earth hours long. The atmosphere is made out of hydrogen, helium, and methane. The temperature on Neptune is -370 degrees Fahrenheit. The surface of the planet is made of rock, water, and liquid hydrogen. The terrain has mountains. by Bobbi Quinlan by Bobbi Quinlan Mary Kamman Mary Kamman

164 Neptune seen through a special lens. NEPTUNENEPTUNE

165 Fun Facts Fun Facts Neptune means “God of Water.” Neptune means “God of Water.” This planet is 4,496 million Kilometers away from the sun. This planet is 4,496 million Kilometers away from the sun. The diameter across Neptune is 49,527 Kilometers. The diameter across Neptune is 49,527 Kilometers.

166 Neptune in the spring of 1996.

167 A year on Neptune is 165 Earth years. A year on Neptune is 165 Earth years. A day on Neptune is 16 Earth hours. A day on Neptune is 16 Earth hours. The gases on Neptune Are Hydrogen, Helium, Methane. The gases on Neptune Are Hydrogen, Helium, Methane.

168 Neptune In Enhanced Color.

169 This is the Kuiper Belt just past Neptune and a little before Pluto.

170 Neptunes changing seasons.

171 More Facts Neptune has 6 moons their names are Caliban, Sycorax, Prospero, Setebos, Stephano, and 1986U10. Neptune has 6 moons their names are Caliban, Sycorax, Prospero, Setebos, Stephano, and 1986U10. The temperature of Neptune is -184 Degrees Celsius. The temperature of Neptune is -184 Degrees Celsius.

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