Presentation on theme: "By Kishen Mangra Mercury Mercury was named for the swift Roman messenge god who wore winged sandals. Mercury is a bare and rocky with deep carter Choes."— Presentation transcript:
Mercury Mercury was named for the swift Roman messenge god who wore winged sandals. Mercury is a bare and rocky with deep carter Choes. The carters were caused when comets and asteroids stuck the surface billions of years ago.
Venus Venus was named for the Roman goddess of love and beauty. Although it is farther from the sun than Mercury,Venus is even hotter. Venus is surrounded by thick clouds that reflect the Sun.
Earth Earth is 93 million miles from the Sun. Earth is a ball of rock almost covered by ocean. From space Earth looks like a ball covered with clouds.
Mars Mars was named for the Roman god of war. The atmosphere of Mars is only 1/100 as thick as Earths. Mars is only about the size of Earth.
Jupiter Jupiter is the fifth planet from the sun. Jupiter is twice as large as the other eight planets put together. 483 million miles from the sun.
SATURN Saturn is surrounded by clouds of raging storms and powerful winds reaching speeds of over 1,000 mph. The clouds appear as bands of light gold,beige, white,and are made up mostly of poisonous gases. Some water vapor is also present
URANUS Uranus is the seventh planet from the sun. It remains in daylight for half its year. Uranus rotates in the oppsite direction of the other four outer four planets.
Neptune Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun. The rings are made up of tiny dust particles revolving around the planet. Winds on the surface of Neptune reach 600 mph.
PLUTO Pluto has one moon, Charon, which is nearly as large as the planet itself. Although it is extremely cold on Pluto, the planet does have an atmosphere at times. As it moves further from the Sun, the atmosphere is lost again.