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Mercury was named for a swift messenger god who wore winged sandals. Mercury doesn’t have an atmosphere. This means there is no air. Mercury is the 1 st planet from the Sun.
You can see Venus shining low in the western sky at night. Venus is almost the same size as Earth. Venus is the 2 nd planet from the Sun.
From space Earth looks like a ball covered with white clouds. One year on Earth is 365 days long. Earth is the 3 rd planet from the Sun.
Mars was named for the Roman God of War. Mars is about half the size of Earth. Mars is the 4 th planet from the Sun.
Jupiter is the largest planet. If Jupiter was hollow, more than 1,000 planets the size of Earth could fit inside it. Jupiter is the 5 th planet from the Sun.
Saturn is nearly ten times the size of Earth. From space, it looks like a shiny, golden globe. Saturn is the 6 th planet from the Sun.
Uranus’ light blue- green appearance is caused by the presence of methane gas clouds. Uranus lies on its side, with the north pole facing the Sun. Uranus is the 7 th planet from the Sun.
Neptune has 4 or more rings which are very narrow and difficult to see. Winds on the surface of Neptune reach 600 mph. Neptune is the 8 th planet from the Sun.
Pluto is a dwarf planet. Pluto has one moon “Charon”. Pluto is the 9 th planet from the Sun.
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