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Earth Andrew Blackburn Romans Theres nine planets in the solar system.Earth is the third from the sun. Earth is the fifth largest planet.
History Eratosthenes discovered my planet. They discovered my planet in 276 bc. Eratosthenes a Greek scholar who was the person to determine the circumference of earth also he discovered earth. The roman goddess Terra is the goddess of land. A circle with a plus sign in the middle is the earths symbol.
Solar System Its the third planet from the sun. The earth is 1 au from the sun. It takes the earth 365.26 days to go Around the sun. One rotation on a earth day is 23.93 hours Long. This is a picture of all eight planets in order and color.
Planet Measurements The mass of the earth is 5.97*10 24 kg. The volume of the earth is 1.803*10 12 km 3. The earth equatorial circumference is 40,041 km. The earth mean density is 5.515 glem 3. The earth gravity is 9.798 m/s 2. I way a 100 lbs my planet. This I s a picture of satellites examining the earth.
Composition and Atmosphere The earth core is made out of iron and the surface is rocky Are atmosphere reflects off the ocean. This is a picture of the layers of the earth.
Surface Conditions List surface temperatures – coldest, hottest, average. Describe the details about weather found on your planet. If you are doing Jupiter or Neptune, this is where you should show and tell about the large spot.
Surface Conditions The lowest temp on earth is -70.7 oc The earth surface can get up to 159 fo The core can get up to 7,000-12,000 degrees
Moons How many moons does your planet have? List moon names. If your planet has no moons, add more pictures and captions with facts about the picture.
Put the name of the most interesting moon here Tell us about this interesting moon. Provide several facts. Include a photo (with a caption). Again, if your planet does not have moons, add more photos and captions with facts.
Rings Provide information about the rings surrounding your planet. Include a photo (with a caption) of the rings. If your planet does not have rings, add more photos and descriptive captions with facts about the picture.
Exploration List satellite names and dates in the last 10 years that have explored your planet. Include a photo (with a caption that describes the mission) of at least one of the satellites that has visited your planet. Add more slides if you need to.
Bibliography Include the bibliographies for the 2 or more books and the 2 or more internet sights you used to collect your information. ***remember NO plagiarism!!!! If youre not sure, site your information, better to be safe then sorry!!! If you are caught you will be given an office referral.
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