# 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.

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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 obit is closer to the sun than any other planet The Planet

Venus is called the Earth’s sister planet. Venus is on one the brightest objects in the sky at night. It is 850˚F Venus

 The earth is 45˚F.  One rotation takes about 23hours & 56min.  It takes one year for the earth to complete one rotation.  The earth is the 3 rd planet from the sun. The planet we live on! Facts

Temperature can be from 98˚F to -190˚F. If you would weigh 70 pounds on earth you would weigh 27pounds on Mars. Scientists have landed spacecraft on Mars. Facts Temperature can be from 98˚F to -190˚F. If you would weigh 70 pounds on earth you would weigh 27pounds on Mars. Scientists have landed spacecraft on Mars. The Planet

1.Jupiter is the Largest planet in the solar system. 2.Jupiter orbits the sun. 3.This planet also has very thin rings around the outside of it. 4.How many facts can you get from the video? 1.Jupiter is the Largest planet in the solar system. 2.Jupiter orbits the sun. 3.This planet also has very thin rings around the outside of it. 4.How many facts can you get from the video?

 Saturn’s rings are made up of rock & dust  It is a giant ball of gas.  Saturn is the 2 nd biggest planet!  It is also the lightest planet. SATURN

85% Hydrogen 15% Helium2% Methane This is what Uranus’s atmosphere is made up of!

Neptune is the 4 th largest planet! The voyager 2 visited this planet in 1989. Neptune has five main rings. Neptune has 13 moons. The largest one is Triton.

This is a picture of the sky at night. Some believe that the brighter spots in the sky are actually planets! Can you pick which ones could be planets?

MercuryVenusEarthMarsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptune

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