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Earth Brennan Walton Mrs. Erb 3 rd Grade
Earth Distance from the sun:150,000,000 km Rotation (1 day): 24 hr Revolution (1 year): 365 ½ days
Earth Planet diameter: 7,926.6 km Gas or rock planet? rock planet How many moons and/or rings? 1 moon, no rings
Earth Atmosphere: oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide Temperature:-126 F to 136 F
Earth Interesting Facts 1.About 50 of our moons could fit inside Earth. 2. Earth is almost a sphere. 3. Earth is at least 4.5 billion years old.
Bibliography Seymour Simon, Our Solar System Dana Rau, Earth Margaret J. Goldstein, Earth Time Life book, The Universe
Mars Eli Jones Mrs. Erb 3 rd Grade. Mars Distance from the sun: 228 million km Rotation (1 day):24 hours 37min 23sec Revolution (1 year): 687 days.
Mercury Avery Messer Mrs. Erb 3 rd Grade. Mercury Distance from the sun: 58 million km Rotation (1 day): About 59 Earth days Revolution (1 year): About.
Mars Ireland Sprinkle Mrs. Erb 3 rd Grade. Mars Distance from the sun: 228 million kilometers Rotation (1 day):24 hours 37minutes Revolution (1 year):1.88.
Uranus Claire Patrick Mrs.Erb 3 rd Grade. Uranus Distance from the sun: 1785 million miles Rotation (1 day): 17 hours and 14 min. Revolution (1 year):
Neptune Hannah Davis Mrs. Erb 3 rd Grade. Neptune Distance from the sun: 2,800,000,000 miles Rotation (1 day):16 hours Revolution (1 year): 165 years.
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