Free ppt on planets in the solar system

Solar System Mr. Skirbst Physical Science Topic 27.

a huge cloud of dust and gas called a nebula Nebular Theory -Solar System began as a huge cloud of dust and gas called a nebula -This nebula condensed to form the sun and planets while spinning around the center Sun Formation -Protosun – “developing sun” Sun Formation -Protosun – “developing sun” -Most gas gathered in center of nebula (place of greatest gravity) Sun Formation -Protosun – “developing sun/


Introduction to the Solar System OUR SOLAR SYSTEM n Planets n Stars n Sun n Moon.

Introduction to the Solar System OUR SOLAR SYSTEM n Planets n Stars n Sun n Moon The Solar System All objects in the solar system stay together by the force of gravity. All objects in the solar system stay together by the force of gravity. Our journey begins at the center of our solar system-- THE SUN n Let’s blast off...and explore 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3,2, 1, LIFTOFF!! n Formed 5 billion years ago n Makes up/


THE SOLAR SYSTEM What do you know about systems? What is a solar system? What are the parts of a solar system?

THE SOLAR SYSTEM What do you know about systems? What is a solar system? What are the parts of a solar system? The Sun What is the Sun? What is the sun’s importance in our solar system? MERCURY How did Mercury get its name? What are some interesting facts about Mercury? Why is its name appropriate for this planet? VENUS How is this planet like our moon? What country(s) have landed probes on this planet? What is/


Is There Life Out There? Our Solar System (and beyond) Draw a picture of what you think life would look like on another planet, if it existed. Describe.

 Nebula  planetesimals  protoplanets Forming the Solar System http://lifeng.lamost.org/courses/astrotoday/CHAISSON/AT315/HTML/AT31502.HTM http://www.seasky.org/solar-system/solar-system.html  Asteroid belt  Smaller bodies  Irregularly shaped  Orbit, but may wobble  Effected by Jupiter  May leave and collide with planets  Evidence for formation from one nebula  Nearly circular orbits  Orbit in same direction  Orbits in same plane  Planets rotate in same direction (mostly) Formation – cont/


1. _____first person to use a telescope to view the sky 2. _____sun centered theory of the solar system 3. _____ Earth centered theory of solar system.

? 7. How was the solar system formed? 1. Big Bang Theory-a large, dense massive ball of gases exploded and the universe began and started expanding 1. Big Bang Theory-a large, dense massive ball of gases exploded and the universe began and started expanding 2. Universe-contains galaxies, stars, solar systems, planets, moons, dust, gas, energy, comets, space rocks 2. Universe-contains galaxies, stars, solar systems, planets, moons, dust, gas/


Extrasolar planets Emre Işık (MPS, Lindau) S 3 lecture Origin of solar systems 14 February 2006.

(MPS, Lindau) S 3 lecture Origin of solar systems 14 February 2006 Outline Planet detection methods –Methodology –Some recent results Statistical properties/Caution: “planet occurrence” is biased by RV sensitivity! Properties of the detected planets Lineweaver & Grether 2003 Properties of the detected planets Lineweaver & Grether 2003 Extrapolations Lineweaver & Grether 2003 Evolutionary models Different assumptions on the inhibition of cooling by irradiation from the parent star, and the planets internal /


The Giant Planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus & Neptune Chapter 8.

“Storms” –Great Red Spot on Jupiter has persisted for over 400 yrs –Great Dark Spot on Neptune seen in 1989 by Voyager not seen in 1994 (by HST) Axial Tilt & Seasons Jupiter –only 3º axis tilt; no real seasons Saturn –27/Role of Volatiles Inner solar system is hot: –volatiles are gaseous; not available for planet core formation –planet cores only rock (no ice) smaller, less massive (1 earth mass) Outer solar system is cold: –volatiles are solid; available for planet core formation –planet cores both rock and/


Our Solar System Next Back Watch Me… Video Back Next.

Back Next Pluto Next Back Easy to remember! Next Back Now your turn… Which Planet is the farthest from the sun? Next Back Recap… Next Back Good Job! Good Job Citations Arnet, Bill. “The Nine Planets.” A Multimedia Tour of the Solar System. 13 August 2008.. Banister S., Hodges D., & Michalski, P. (2005) Digital Storytelling in the Middle Childhood Special Education Classroom: A teachers story of adatiatons. TEACHING Exceptional Children/


SQ3R Reading Guide Name: CHAPTER SECTION: Survey/Question : Do this BEFORE you read. Turn Headings into questions: How are Terrestrial and Jovian planets.

the solar system form? What vocabulary words do I notice? Read: this space is for me to take notes. I am looking for: 1) Answers to my questions and 2) Important information or details 3) Use bold sub headings found in each section Know Think I know Unsure Terrestrial Jovian Nebula Planetesimal How are terrestrial and Jovian planets different Size: Terrestrial planets are smaller than Jovian planets/


Venus: Earth’s “Sister Planet” Hottest and brightest planet in Solar System By Nadia Schimony.

’s “Sister Planet” Hottest and brightest planet in Solar System By Nadia Schimony Venus Facts Solar Panel Industry: Brightening your day Very Earthly Non-pollutant Ultra-powered Solar panels Why? 2 nd planet from Sun Constant lightning Luminous- magnitude = -4.9 Flexible patches -thin, portable strips of solar panels for clothes, bikes, light bulbs, lost items, etc.(UFO accidents) When was the last time you lost a camera in a ditch/


Warm-Up Get out your agenda and copy the schedule for the week Grab a sheet of construction paper from the front cart and 5 sheets of notebook paper Get.

- PM Reteach- AM Pocket Planets & Scavenger Hunt Reteach- PM Solar System Web Trip Reteach- PM Reteach- AM Guess Who Solar System Reassess- PM Reassess- AM Gravity Lab Stations Reassess- PM New Folder Set-up Grab a sheet of construction paper from the front cart and 5 sheets of notebook paper Get your textbook Tear out pages 396-416 Fold the construction paper in half Put your first and/


What is the relationship between the planets and the sun?

place a bang that gave birth to our Solar System… Today you will walk out of this room with a new thought on your minds a thought about the planets and how they relate to our nearest star The Sun. The Solar System Today astronomers are trying to find other galaxies / conclusion I have to say that the sun is bigger and hotter than all the planets, just to paint a picture in your head about how big the sun is… The Suns mass is about 333,000 times Earths mass. An object at the Suns surface would weigh 28 times/


SOLAR SYSTEM by Mikala Horton Our sun is a star. We have 8 planets and 1 dwarf planet.

planet from the Sun. EARTH Earth is the only planet that can support life. It is the third planet from the Sun. MARS Mars is also called the red planet. It is the fourth planet from the Sun. ASTEROID BELT The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter. It is made of rocks much smaller than planets. JUPITER Jupiter is the 5 th planet from the Sun. It is the largest planet in our solar system. SATURN Saturn is the 6 th planet from the/


Studying our Universe! Keil Reilly. Grade Level: 3rd Subject: Science Summary: The students will be tested on their knowledge of the location of the planets.

0307.6.1 Identify and compare the major components of the solar system. SPI 0307.6.1 Identify the major components of the solar system, i.e., sun, planets and moons Recap of topic Please follow this link to review a bit of information on the planets: http://www.kidsastronomy.com/solar_system. htm http://www.kidsastronomy.com/solar_system. htm Each and every one of the planets in our solar system has a unique look, size, and/


Virtual Solar System Name_________. Planet #1 Diameter (km) Mass (kg) Period of Rotation Period of Revolution Avg. Distance from Sun (km)

Virtual Solar System Name_________ Planet #1 Diameter (km) Mass (kg) Period of Rotation Period of Revolution Avg. Distance from Sun (km) Same Planet Name Here # of Satellites(moons) Surface Temperature Geography of surface Principle gases in atmosphere 2 unique characteristics 2 interesting facts Planet #2 Diameter (km) Mass (kg) Period of Rotation Period of Revolution Avg. Distance from Sun (km) Same Planet Name Here # of Satellites(moons) Surface/


The Sun By Jamie L. FactsPictures. Planet Facts 1 The sun is 149.6 million km. away from Earth. The number of planets the sun has is nine. The order of.

Surya and Garuda. The Inuit sun god was Malina. Planet Facts 6 The Mamaiuran sun god was Kuat. The Norse sun god was Freyr. This a picture of the sun in a visible light. This soft x-ray telescope. is a x-ray picture of the sun taken with the This is a picture of a sunspot This is a picture of the sun with that solar flare coming off/


The solar system consists of: The Sun Eight Planets Asteroids Comets Natural Satellites (moons) Meteorites Interplanetary Medium Solar Dust.

), Venus is by far the hottest planet in the Solar System. Characteristics Venus is the second planet from the Sun.. It is named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty. Earths "sister planet" Venus is always brighter than any star The greatest luminosity, apparent magnitude −4.9, occurs during crescent phase when it is near the Earth. Earth Earth, our home planet, is the only planet known to support life in our solar system. Earth was formed approximately/


The Solar System Ms. Raeann DelFratte Grade 5 2/23/15.

planet is closest to Earth in size? In time spans of revolutions and resolutions? 3) If all planets were created at the same time, which planet has gone around the sun the most amount of times? The least? 4) How many times bigger is the biggest planet compared to the smallest planet? 5) A preview for the next lesson: What are some other components of our Solar System, besides the planets? Interactive Websites to Try  Comparing Planet Sizes Comparing Planet/


Solar System What you need to know Where we live in Space.

know Where we live in Space The Sun Hydrogen + Helium Sol= Sun Planets Inner Planets Outer Planets Mercury Terrestrial Not the hottest planet Closest planet to sun Venus Terrestrial Closest in size to Earth Hottest Planet Mars Terrestrial Last Inner Planet Has two Satellites (moons) Asteroid Belt Between Mars and Jupiter Asteroid Belt Small Irregularly shaped objects Asteroid Belt Contains the Dwarf Planet Ceres Outer Planets Gas Giants Jupiter Largest Planet in Solar System 50 Regular Moons 14/


The Solar System By: Megan Anderson EDU 310 The Inner Planets The inner planets are:  Mercury  Venus  Earth  Mars.

takes 243 days to make a rotation around the sun. Earth4.5 billion years old MarsIn winter, the temperature can get as cold as -191 degrees F JupiterRotates faster than any other planet SaturnRings are made up of rock and dust UranusColdest planet Neptune8 known moons A Little Song to Remember the Planets… How to Remember the planets in order… MYMYVERYEAGERSERVEDJUSTMOMUSUSNACHOS OUR SOLAR SYSTEM IS SUCH A BEAUTIFUL AND EXCITING PLACE/


A Solar System has at least one star and at least one planet around that star. Scientists have already discovered over 500! solar systems besides our.

at least one star and at least one planet around that star. Scientists have already discovered over 500! solar systems besides our own. Planets:8 Dwarf Planets:5 Moons:174 Potential Places to Look for Life 187! In our solar system, we have: Getting a sense of our Solar System Relative Distances of the Planets How can we tell if a specific body in the Solar System might have life? By writing down facts we know/


SPONGE n n What objects make up our solar system ?

up our solar system ? Solar System n n Solar System – composed of the Sun (a star) and the planets and other bodies that travel around the Sun. Percentages n n Sun: 99.85% n n Planets: 0.135% n n Comets: 0.01% ? n n Moons: 0.00005% n n Minor Planets: 0.0000002% n n Meteoroids: 0.0000001% n n Interplanetary Medium: 0.0000001% Solar System Structure n n The planets revolve around the Sun in orbits/


The Solar System. Terms Ecliptic –Imaginary plane within which the 8 major planets orbit the Sun –Apparent path of Sun across the sky as seen from Earth.

of comets PSCI 131: The Solar System – Dwarf Planets The Smaller Objects: Asteroids, Comets, & Meteoroids PSCI 131: The Solar System Asteroids Size: 10s to 100s of miles Shape: Irregular Composition: Rock, metal Atmosphere: None Location: Mostly in Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter PSCI 131: The Solar System – Smaller Objects (doesn’t look like this) PSCI 131: The Solar System – Smaller Objects The Asteroid Belt What Does the Asteroid Belt Look Like? PSCI 131: The Solar System – Smaller Objects It/


One of the topics we didnt cover as well was the parts of the universe We really need to master these objectives to do well on the MCT2, so we will be.

are medium-sized round rocks They orbit planets Planets are large round rocks that orbit the sun Stars are huge balls of burning gas The sun is the star in our solar system Usually solar systems only have one star. Lets practice... 1) Which bodies orbit the sun? 2) Which bodies are medium sized rocks that orbit planets? 3) Which bodies are made of burning gas? Solar systems are made of groups of asteroids/


X Prelude: What is Geology? Nature of the scientific method - Class discussion X Overview of Earth Systems X Origin of the Earth and Solar System Nebular.

The Living Planet Most of the biodiversity on our planet is microbial! The Three Domains of Life Boiling mudpot, Yellowstone Some extremes of life Fungi and Plants  Plants consume carbon dioxide and produce oxygen via photosynthesis. Most of the 21% oxygen in/ Earth is one of nine planets comprising the Solar System How did the Solar System form? Earth Formation Planets thought to have formed: t At same time t From same material as the Sun Nebular hypothesis t Solar system formed from giant cloud of mostly/


Jupiter Largest planet with 4 large moons (Galilean) - miniature solar system (64 moons altogether). Similar to star in composition – if 50x more massive,

moons (Galilean) - miniature solar system (64 moons altogether). Similar to star in composition – if 50x more massive, it would be a star. Basics Diameter = 10x size of Earth (1,320 Earths fit in Jupiter!) Mass = 2.5x mass of all other planets together Rotation = ~10 hours Revolution = ~12 years Temperature = -234 0 F Atmosphere Mostly hydrogen (90%) and helium (10%). Deep in atmosphere, hydrogen gas turns/


Climate Change Entry Lesson Planetary Temperatures Activity SC.912.E.7.7Identify, analyze, and relate the internal (Earth system) and external (astronomical)

the internal (Earth system) and external (astronomical) conditions that contribute to global climate change. (C) Copyright 2014 - all rights reserved www.cpalms.org 1 Essential Questions What factors determine the average temperature of a planet? In what ways can you describe how the /is a constant  Use data to see how close each planet is to the same constant. (C) Copyright 2014 - all rights reserved www.cpalms.org 6 Design a Model to Simulate Solar Radiation 7 (C) Copyright 2014 - all rights reserved www/


Planets in Debris Disks Renu Malhotra University of Arizona Planet-Debris co-evolution Where can debris exist? Cases: Solar system, upsilon Andromedae,

May Symposium, 2005 Debris tells planets where to move; planets tell debris where to stay. Final stages of planet formation: planet-debris co-evolution Two possible evolutionary paths: Planet-planetesimal disk interactions: migration as in our solar system -- planet eccentricities remain damped while semimajor axes spread out. Evidence in the solar system: Asteroid belt, Kuiper Belt, Oort Cloud. Planet-planet interactions: if the debris disk mass is insufficient, planet eccentricities will not remain damped/


Our solar System Extra-solar Planets Moons Space Quiz Welcome to the Planet Exploration Program Going somewhere, well of course you are. The journey you.

parts of the solar system. Mercury – The closest Planet to the sun Venus – The hottest planet in our solar system Earth – The only existing life in our solar system Mars – The red Planet Jupiter – The largest planet in our solar system Saturn – The Ringed planet Uranus – The ice Planet Neptune – The water Planet and the great big spot Pluto – The Servant of planets Exstra solar Planets An extra solar planet is a planet that has been discovered outside our solar system. This means that the planet is a/


Workshop proposal to the Science Committee Planets under Extreme Stellar Conditions.

`s Topics CoRoT discoveries and ground-based follow up Planet formation  from Solar System planets to hot exoplanets From the atmospheres of gas and ice giants to hot Jupiter’s/Neptune’s Solar/stellar radiation and plasma environment at close orbital distances (activity, stellar winds, CMEs, time evolution, etc.) Expected similarities and differences of magnetospheres of Solar System and close-in exoplanets (Jupiter/Neptune  hot Jupiter’s/Neptune’s/


Page 1 The Title. Page 1 The Title. Page 2 The Contents. Page 2 The Contents. Page 3 Apollo 13 Mission. Page 3 Apollo 13 Mission. Page 4 The Planets.

as Command Module pilot and Fred W. Hasie as Lunar Module pilot. Swigert was a late replacement for the original CM pilot Ken Mattingly, who was grounded by the flight surgeon after exposure to German Measles. There are 8 planets in our solar system. There are 8 planets in our solar system. They are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. They are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter/


The Solar System Учитель английского языка Турсунова.М.С. г. Советский Муниципальное бюджетное общеобразовательное учреждение средняя общеобразовательная.

make up the universe The universe is all space and everything that exists in it. The Earth moves round the Sun. Earth — the third planet from the Sun. The fifth by the size among all planets of Solar system. It is also the largest on diameter, weight and density among planets of terrestrial group The Earth The Sun The Sun — the only star of Solar system, a sun. Round the Sun other objects of this system address: planets and their satellites, dwarfish planets and their/


{ Chapter 2 The Solar System 1. { Lesson 1 The Structure of the Solar System 2.

{ Chapter 2 The Solar System 1 { Lesson 1 The Structure of the Solar System 2 3 Objects in the Solar System (cont.) 4 5 The Motion of the Planets 6 { Lesson 2 The Inner Planets 7 Planets Made of Rock 8 Mercury 9 Venus (cont.) 10 Earth 11 Mars 12 { Lesson 3 The Outer Planets 13 The Gas Giants 14 15 16 17 18 19 { Lesson 4 Dwarf Planets and Other Objects 20 Dwarf Planets 21 Pluto: Dr. R. Albrecht, ESA/ESO Space/


Solar System  Consisting of the Sun, planets, satellites, asteroids, plutoid (dwarf planet), comets &others. From

Solar System  Consisting of the Sun, planets, satellites, asteroids, plutoid (dwarf planet), comets &others. From http://sse.jpl.nasa.gov/planets/index.cfm  The characteristics of the solar system 1. The sun occupies 99.8% of the total mass, but only 2% of the angular momentum 2. Seen from the sky far above the north pole, all the planets revolve around the Sun anticlockwise on the same plane. 3. They turn on their axis in the same direction with the revolution (exception, Venus/


By: Laura Brink EDU 290 11:00 THE SOLAR SYSTEM. What Is The Solar System?  The solar system is everything that orbits around the sun. Including the planets,

no water  No moons  67 million miles from the sun Earth  3rd planet from the sun  30% covered by land  70% covered by water  Earth has one moon  93 million miles from the sun Mars  4th planet from sun  “Red Planet”  2 moons  Contains the solar systems largest volcano  142 million miles from the sun Jupiter  5th planet from the sun  Largest planet in the solar system  Very stormy planet  No solid surface, all gas  50 official moons/


The Solar System The Sun and the Celestial Bodies.

The Solar System The Sun and the Celestial Bodies Sun Typical medium-sized star Radiation produced by nuclear fusion Solar System Ten planets and their satellites Asteroids Comets Meteoroids Interplanetary dust & gas Major Planets Inner planets –Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars Outer Planets –Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and Quaoar Major Planets Inner planets –small, rock and iron Outer Planets –mainly hydrogen, helium and ice (Pluto*) Movement of Planets Elliptical orbits around the sun /


Our Solar System (An Introductory Tour). Solar System Formation Thanks to Mary Oshana.

Solar System (An Introductory Tour) Solar System Formation Thanks to Mary Oshana Our Favorite Star The Terrestrial Planets Mercury Venus Earth Mars Mercury Venus - Clouds Venus - Surface Venus from Clementine Venus Transits the Sun Earth Mars Valles Marineris Olympus Mons The Asteroid Belt Eros – an Asteroid The/ray Auroras Saturn Fly Around Saturn Saturn’s Rings – mostly ice Spokes in the Rings Titan – a moon of Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto – a dwarf planet Pluto is weird. It’s not very big, and its orbit is/


Soaring into our Solar System By Mary Dennis Are we the only planet? To answer this we must become EXPLORERS! While exploring, you will find out: How.

many planets in our solar system, what are the inner and outer planets, and much more! The Milky Way Galaxy We, on planet Earth, are located in the Milky Way Galaxy. The Earth We will learn about the importance of our planet Earth. Nine planets We will learn about the planets that make up our Milky Way Galaxy. The Inner Planets We will also learn more specifically why the closest planets to the sun are classified as the inner planets. The Outer Planets We will/


Planets of Our Solar System. Mercury (My) Is both one of the hottest and coldest planets.

atmosphere made mostly of carbon dioxide Earth (Educated) Exactly the right distance from the sun to have a temperature right for life to exist Mars (Mother) Known as the red planet because the surface contains iron oxide (rust) Jupiter (Just) Largest planet in the solar system Saturn (Served) Planet with the largest ring system made of rock, ice, gas, and dust Uranus (Us) Planet that is tipped over on its side Neptune (Nachos) Coldest/


Constellations and the solar system! What is a constellation? Constellation names Were constellations invented The sun! The solar system bibliography.

started to grow and gravity pulled in more and more materials, the planets then started to form. Facts, The planets Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are small planets and all have solid surfaces because the surface is made out of rock. Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Bibliography Constellations Museum Victoria: The Sun Museum Victoria: The Sun Museum Victoria: Solar System Museum Victoria: Solar System http://scri8e.com/stars http://www/


Formation of Earth Birth of the Solar System Nebular Theory –Nebula compresses –Rotation flattens nebula.

. 1.9 Formation of the Planets Gas Giants Terrestrial Planets Nuclear fusion began within the mass at the center of the solar system forming the sun The inner planets were hotter and gas was driven away leaving the terrestrial (rocky) planets The outer planets were cooler and more massive so they collected and retained the gasses hence the “Gas Giants” ? www.amnh.org/rose/backgrounds.html Differentiation of the Planets The relatively uniform iron-rich proto planets began to separate into/


Physical Geology Week 15 Chapter 23, 25 15-5 Concept – Jovian planets formed from matter that is less dense than the inner planets. Learning Target –

the inner planets. Learning Target – Model the relative locations of the planets to each other by creating a scale model of the solar system. ( Tier 3, Scale distance of Solar System) Agenda: Pass back Chapter 22, 24 Notes 25.1 END 16-4 Concept – Use computational analysis to represent objects in the solar system. Learning Target – Model the relative locations of the planets to each other by creating a scale model of the solar system. ( Tier 3, Scale distance of solar system/


The Solar System The Solar System is made up of the sun and all celestial objects that are held to it by gravity. This.

The Solar System http://scienceclass.ning.com/ The Solar System is made up of the sun and all celestial objects that are held to it by gravity. This includes terrestrial, jovian, and dwarf planets. http://scienceclass.ning.com/ Terrestrial Planets - The four innermost planets of the solar system, resembling the Earth in general physical and chemical properties. They are smaller earthy planets made up of mainly rock. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars Terrestrial Planets http://scienceclass.ning.com/profiles/blogs/


Planetary Radio Astronomy Bryan Butler. What kinds of things do we observe with the VLA? 45% - Extragalactic 20% - Galactic 30% - Stellar 5% - Solar system.

the VLA? 45% - Extragalactic 20% - Galactic 30% - Stellar 5% - Solar system Solar System “Bodies” n Sun n IPM n Giant planets n Terrestrial planets n Moons n Small bodies Planetary Radio Astronomy Observation of radio wavelength radiation which has interacted with a solar system body in any way, and use of the data to deduce information about the/ Radar Butler, Muhleman & Slade 1994 polar cap lava flows “Stealth” Jupiter n Biggest planet n Gas ball n “weather” (GRS) n rings Jupiter - Synchrotron De Pater, /


RAP 1. _____sun centered view of the solar system 2._____keeps a tornado going 3. _____discovered sunspots, Venus has phases, 4 moons of Jupiter 4. _____.

view of the solar system 5. _____formed 4.5 billion years ago Key Questions 1. What is gravity? 2. What two things does gravity depend on? 3. What is an ellipse? 4. What is inertia? 5. Why don’t planets fly off into space? 6. Why do planets continue to revolve around the sun? 7. What two factors act together to keep the planets in orbit around the sun? ` 1/


Planets  Eight planets in our solar system. All revolve around the Sun.  1 st - Mercury  2 nd - Venus  3 rd - Earth  4 th - Mars  5 th - Jupiter.

Planets  Eight planets in our solar system. All revolve around the Sun.  1 st - Mercury  2 nd - Venus  3 rd - Earth  4 th - Mars  5 th - Jupiter  6 th - Saturn  7 th - Uranus  8 th - Neptune  Solar System Song! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhNPYZ3WcQ0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhNPYZ3WcQ0 Terrestrial PlanetsTerrestrial Planets  Rocky planets. Smaller, less mass, more dense than Jovian planets.  Mercury  Venus  Earth  Mars Jovian PlanetsJovian/


Solar system Our solar system has 8 planets and 1 dwarf planet.

Solar system Our solar system has 8 planets and 1 dwarf planet. The sun is at the center of the solar system. Sun The sun heats all the planets around it. The sun is actually a star. Mercury Mercury has low gravity. Daytime on Mercury is over 400 degrees. Venus Venus is about the same size as earth. Volcanoes and Mountains cover Venus. Earth Earth is 75% water and 25% land. The Earth is not completely round. Mars/


SOLAR SYSTEM by DILLON MARYOTT

it looks really red from earth. Mars has huge dust storms that can last for months. ASTEROID BELT The asteroid belt is made out of rocks floating in space. The asteroid belt is between Mars and Jupiter. JUPITER Jupiter is the largest planet in are solar system. Jupiter has at least 63 moons. SATURN Saturn rings are made out of ice, dust and rock. Saturn has at least/


EMERGY & ENERGY SYSTEMS Session 3 Short Course for ECO Interns, EPA and Partners.

Solar emergy –All energy beginning with solar inputs to the environment (solar emjoule or sej) Review: Concentration 1E10 5E5 5E5 1E6 1E6 1E6 2E6 5E5 5E5 2E6 1E6 J/t 5E4 3E4 2E4 1E3 9.99E99.9E69.9E4 1E10 sej/t Emergy Energy transformed within system Energy dispersed from system/sej Main Energy Sources Solar, deep planet heat, tides Biosphere Air SolarInsolation DeepEarthHeat Ocean Crust Tide/ Variation Renewable Non-renewable Purchased Services versus Goods Inherent value in an item, not money paid Paying for services to retrieve/


The Solar System What is a solar system and what does it entail?

the Sun, while planets and other structures formed from the remaining material. Classifying the Solar System There are nine recognized planets in the solar system. They are categorized as either rocky planets or gas planets. There are also over 140 moons and other countless small bodies such as asteroids and comets in the solar system. The Rocky Planets There are four rocky planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. The Gas Planets Outside the rocky planets, and beyond the ring of asteroids known as the/


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