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Sun  Volume:33x10 17 km 3  Diameter: 1.39 million km  Mass: 4x10 30 kg  Minimum/Maximum Surface Temperature: 5,500 °C  Effective Temperature: 5504.

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2 Sun  Volume:33x10 17 km 3  Diameter: 1.39 million km  Mass: 4x10 30 kg  Minimum/Maximum Surface Temperature: 5,500 °C  Effective Temperature: 5504 °C  At the core it’s 15 million. The core gives the sun enough energy to give us all the light and heat we all need. The sun’s surface is about 500 km thick. Sun spots are metallic fields that are cooler.     

3 Jupiter  Diameter: 142,981 km  Orbit Size around the Sun: 778 x 10 6 km  Volume: 1x1015 km  Mass: 1x1027kg  The fifth planet from the sun is called giant gas planet. It is believed to have liquid metallic hydrogen and helium. It’s also is the biggest planet in our solar system!  er er  planets/ planets/  anets/jupiter anets/jupiter

4 Saturn  Diameter: 120,536 km  Orbit Size around the Sun: 1x10 9 km  Volume: 827x10 15 km 3  Mass: 568x10 27 kg  Saturn has ice partials orbiting it. It’s also the second biggest planet in our solar system. It has 27 satellites. Saturn is mainly composed of hydrogen and helium and does not have a solid surface.    

5 Uranus  Diameter: 51,118 km  Orbit around the sun: 2x10 9 km  Volume: 86x10 12 km 3  Mass: 86x10 24 kg  Uranus was correctly identified in 1781 by William Herschel. Like all the other gas planets Uranus doesn’t have any sold surface. Uranus has only been visited once, by the Voyager 2 probe.    

6 Neptune  Diameter: 48,682 km  Orbit Size around the sun: 4x10 9 km  Volume: 62x10 12 km 3  Mass: 102x10 24 kg Neptune just finished its orbit around the sun in The big ice planet and the last of the giant gas planets and almost. Neptune 4.5 billion km away from the sun. It cannot be seen from earth. Its diameter is four times that of the Earth's and it is 17 times as massive.    

7 Earth  Diameter: 48,682 km  Orbit Size around the Sun: 149x10 6 km  Volume: 1x10 12 km 3  Mass: 5x10 24 kg  Minimum/Maximum Surface Temperature: -88/58 (min/max)  Earth only has one satellite. Earth was formed about 1.4 million years ago. Life was formed about 1 billion years after. Estimates on how much longer the planet will to be able to continue to support life range for 500 million years, to as long as 2.3 billion years.  earth/ earth/  

8 Venus  Diameter: 12,100 km  Orbit around the sun:108x10 6 km  Volume: 928x10 9 km 3  Mass: 4x10 24 kg  Venus has 224 for a complete orbit of the sun in Apart from the size Venus is very different from earth. Several spacecrafts have visited Venus.   

9 Mars  Diameter: 6,792 km  Orbit Size around the Sun: 227x10 6 km  Volume: 163x10 9 km 3  Mass: 641x10 21 kg  Mars has is known to have seasons. This is made by its small tilt. Volcanos in highlands and plains were active about 3 million years ago. Sciences believe that Mars had big floods.   

10 Mercury  Diameter: 4,878 km  Orbit Size around Sun: 57x10 6 km  Volume: 60x10 9 km  Mass: 330x10 21  Mercury has craters like on the moon. It has about 88 earth days. Only two spacecrafts has been on Mercury. This planet is not a gas planet. It’s the first planet from the sun.  correspondences/mercury/ correspondences/mercury/  rcury_(planet) rcury_(planet)  

11 Pluto  Diameter: 2,302 km  Orbit Size around the Sun: 9x10 9 km  Volume: 6x10 9 km 3  Mass: 13x10 21 kg  Pluto is not a planet. It’s a white dwarf planet. Pluto is the second biggest dwarf planet we know. Pluto is about two- thirds the diameter of Earth's Moon and probably has a rocky core.  Gallery/Hemisphere-of-Pluto.htm Gallery/Hemisphere-of-Pluto.htm   y=Educ y=Educ

12 The diameter of planets vary and this is the order of biggest to smallest. PlanetsDiameter Jupiter142,981 km Saturn120,536 km Uranus51,118 km Neptune12,100 km Earth 48,682 km Venus2,302 km Mars6,792 km Mercury4,878 km Pluto2302 km

13 Let’s Test Your Brains Q1:What are sun spots? A: Metallic fields that are cooler. Q2: How many satellites does Saturn have? A: 27 Q3: Does Mars have seasons? A: Yes, Because of it’s small tilt. Q4: Did sciences believe big floods were on Mars? True or Fault A: True

14 Hope you liked it Peace By Pritika Southern Cross


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