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The Planets By Nicholas Stinemire
Mercury It takes only 88 Earth- days for Mercury to make one orbit around the Sun. During the day, temperatures can reach over 800° F. At night, the temperature can drop at almost -300° F.
Venus On Venus temperatures can reach to 900° F. Venus is surrounded by thick clouds that reflect the light from the Sun. Both were formed about 4 ½ billion years ago.
EARTH The Earth is the only planet that can support life. Earth is the only planet with food that we can eat. Earth is the 3 rd planet from the Sun.
Mars Mars was named after the Roman god of war. The rest of Mars is mostly nitrogen and argon. It is usually very cold on Mars.
Jupiter Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun. Jupiter is 483 million miles from the Sun. Jupiter has 16 moons.
Saturn Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun. Saturn is 887 million miles (1 billion, 416 million kilometers) from the Sun. Saturn has at least 18 moons.
Uranus Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun. Uranus is 1 billion, 783 million miles (2 billion kilometers) from the Sun. Uranus has 5 large moons and 10 small moons.
Neptune Neptune is 2 billion miles from the Sun. Neptune has at least 8 moons. A year on Neptune is 165 Earth-years long.
Pluto Pluto is 3 billion miles from the Sun. Pluto has 1 moon. Pluto’s orbit travels around the Sun in a different path than the other planets.
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