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Name that Planet!
This planet has 2 moons, whose names are Phobos and Deimos.
This planet’s day is longer than its year.
This planet’s moon, Io, is covered with active volcanoes.
This planet has a diameter that is about four times Earth’s diameter.
70% of this planet’s surface is covered with liquid water.
This planet has the largest temperature range, from 430 degrees Celsius to -170 degrees Celsius at night.
This planet’s density and internal structure are similar to Earth’s. It is also the hottest planet.
This planet is also known as the “red planet” due to the break down of the iron rich rocks on its surface.
This planet has 4 large moons named Callisto, Europa, Ganymede, and Io.
The discovery of this planet made William Herschel a famous astronomer.
This planet rotates from top to bottom.
This planet has a Great Dark Spot.
This “planet” is now known as a dwarf planet.
These planets are known as the inner planets, the rockies, and the terrestrials.
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars
These planets do not have a solid surface. They are also called the gas giants.
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
This planet has 3 main layers, the crust, the mantle, and the core.
This planet is the smallest terrestrial planet and the closest one to the sun.
Name one similarity between the Gas Giants.
Have many moons Surrounded by a set of rings Cold Composed mainly of hydrogen and helium
This planet experiences a “greenhouse effect.”
This planet looks blue-green because of traces of methane in its atmosphere.
These surround Gas Giants and are made of pieces of rocks and ice.
This planet has many rings and a large moon called Titan.
Name all of the planets in order starting from the closest planet to the sun.
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
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