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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
Mars Planet diameter: 4,221miles Gas or rock planet? rock How many moons and/or rings? 2 moons 0 rings
Mars Atmosphere: carbon dioxide Temperature: -125 to 23 F
Mars Interesting Facts 1. Mars is the only red planet. 2. No people have been to Mars. 3. Largest canyon in the solar system. If it was on Earth it would reach from Chicago to Los Angeles.
Bibliography Gloria Skurzynski, Discovery Mars Dana Meachen, Mars Seymour Simon, Our Solar System www.exploringtheplanets.com www.nineplanetsforkids.org
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.
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.
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.
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):
Venus Lane Mrs. Bradley 3 rd Grade. Venus Distance from the sun: 67.2 million miles Distance from the sun: 67.2 million miles Rotation: Rotation: 243.
Venus Emily Mrs. Bradley 3 rd Grade. Venus Distance from the sun: 67.2 million miles Rotation (1 day): 243 Earth days Revolution (1 year): 225 Earth.
Jupiter Shirley Mrs. Bradley 3 rd Grade. Jupiter Distance from the sun: 483 million miles Distance from the sun: 483 million miles Rotation (1 day): Rotation.
Mercury Dylan Mrs. Bradley 3 rd Grade. Mercury Distance from the sun: 36 million miles Rotation (1 day): 59 Earth days and 16 hours Revolution (1year):
Mercury Grey Mrs. Bradley Mrs. Bradley 3 rd Grade 3 rd Grade.
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.
Jupiter Esther Mrs. Bradley 3 rd Grade. Jupiter Distance from the sun: 483 million miles Distance from the sun: 483 million miles Rotation (1 day): Rotation.
Mars Zikiyra Williams, Gabe Arnisto, and Tyler Fisher.
Venus Goddess Of Love and Beauty. Venus is… Venus is the second planet from the Sun (67.24 million miles). it has 0 moons. A full day on Venus would be.
Mars: By:Kamil & Aidan. Discovery of Mars My planet is the 4 planet from the sun. The diameter of my plant is 6787[km]. The length of one revolution year.
By: Jaylen Higgins Introduction Our solar system contains one star, nine planets, 61 moons, thousands of asteroids, billons of meteoroids and comets.
3 rd Grade Class BY Mallory Casel Fun Facts 36 million miles away from the sun. Maximum temperature is 870˚F Minimum temperature -300˚F Mercury’s.
MARS By Matthew C. Table of Contents 1 Title 2 Table of Contents 3 What do scientists think the surface of Mars is like? What is the atmosphere like.
Venus !!!! Welcome to planet Venus!! By: jona Braxton.
The Solar System ALL 8 PLANETS IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM.
Our Solar System Christopher Fierbaugh Davis 3,032 miles at It’s equator. 1rst planet from the sun Rock Inner Does not have life do of lack of oxygen.
BY : TESS R. JUPITER TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Title 2 Table of contents 3 What do scientists think the surface of Jupiter is like? & What is the atmosphere.
Our Eight Planets? In our solar system we have eight planets. Those eight planets are called, Pluto, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Venus, mercury, Neptune,
The formation of the solar system.. The Planets in Our Solar System Planet Distance from the Sun (Astrono mical Units miles km) Period of Revolut ion.
My Planet Add planet name here. ______ planet from the sun Write a statement here about the number in line that your planet is from the sun.
A Presentation by the _________ Crew _____, _______, _______, _________ ______________________________.
Week 5. Do Now: Where did the objects in our universe come from? Think of 4 different possibilities even if they are strange. Mrs. Burke will collect.
Planets of Our Solar System. Mercury (My) Is both one of the hottest and coldest planets.
All about Mars! By : Shanice & Ashley. The diameter for our planet is 4070 miles.
The Inner Planets The inner planets are the 4 planets closest to the sun: Mercury Venus Earth Mars The four inner planets are small and dense.
SOLAR SYSTEM Comets Asteroids Meteors Moons Planets Sun Remember CAMMPS All objects in our solar system revolve around the sun because it has.
MARS By: Kwhentin T. McCloud DESCRIPTION temperature: -125 to 23 degrees Fahrenheit Average: -218k(-55c,-67f) Made of: rock Moons: phobos and.
By Donte Phelps. temperature -250 it is made of ice and rocks with about 15% hydrogen and a little helium the rotation is 19 earth hours earth.
Name of planet Presentation created by: group members names *Make sure you change fonts, backgrounds, animation, and graphics at the END!
The Sun is bigger than the Earth. Earth is the third planet from the Sun at a distance of about 150 million km. One day on Earth takes 24 hours.
PLANETS What is an AU? An astronomical unit (AU) is the average distance of the Earth from the sun. 1 AU = 150 million kilometers.
Jupiter By Vincent Calton. Description Jupiter is -150 degrees Celsius or -237 degrees Fahrenheit. It is made up of 90% hydrogen 10% helium, has 16 moons,
Sun The sun is the centre of the solar system and every revolves a round it. REASONS TO VISIT: The surface of this burning ball of gas is 5500ºC, with.
In your table of contents… Add Mars Notes. Mars Mars is called the red planet. The reddish color is caused by rust (iron oxide) in the soil. Most studied.
Jupiter By: Jake Lofgren Distance from the Sun Jupiter is the 5 th planet from the sun. Jupiter’s distance from the sun is million miles from the.
Virtual Solar System Name_________. Planet #1 Diameter (km) Mass (kg) Period of Rotation Period of Revolution Avg. Distance from Sun (km)
By Will Hunter Mars is the fourth planet in our solar system also known as the red planet. Mars was named after the roman god of war and has been known.
Neptune and Triton By: Anthony Fong Neptune’s facts It is currently the eighth planet from the sun. It has a total of 13 moons From Earth, it is 4.3.
It is the hottest star. All the planets rotate around the sun. Years ago people thought that all of the planets, including the sun, revolved around.
Saturn The second largest planet in the solar system. The second largest planet in the solar system. Saturn gives off a lot of energy caused by helium.
Section 3-1 (Part 3) The Outer Planets (Gas Giants)
Mercury Venus Earth Mars. Mercury -has a surface much like our moon: cratered, but with HUGE volcanoes -no atmosphere -most extreme temperatures in solar.
Introduction to the Planets Lesson for 4 th Grade Created By: Megan Andersen.
Saturn Crystal, Janazae, and Jessica Distance from the sun Saturn’s is the 6 planet from the sun Saturn’s is 1.4billoin miles from the sun.
Solar System. Mercury Mercury is the first planet in the solar system Mercury is the first planet in the solar system It takes 88 days to orbit the Sun.
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