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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
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):
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.
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.
Ireland Sprinkle Mrs. Erb 3rd Grade
Mars: A Red Planet By: Nirali M. AboutFact Average distance from sun in miles 142 million miles Average distance from sun in AU1.4 to 1.5 AU Perihelion.
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.
Virtual Solar System Name_________. Planet #1 Diameter (km) Mass (kg) Period of Rotation Period of Revolution Avg. Distance from Sun (km)
Introduction to the Planets Lesson for 4 th Grade Created By: Megan Andersen.
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.
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.
The Solar System.
The Planet Earth The planet where we live. Some general facts about the planet Earth The Earth has a diameter of 7,926 miles. The Earth orbits around.
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.
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.
The Solar System ALL 8 PLANETS IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM.
Our Eight Planets? In our solar system we have eight planets. Those eight planets are called, Pluto, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Venus, mercury, Neptune,
Neptune: The Last Planet. Neptune Bio/Facts Diameter: 49,248 km Relative Mass (Earth = 1): 17.1 Density (kg/m 3 ): 1760 Distance from Sun (AU):
Our Solar System A system of eight planets and many other objects that orbit our sun.
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