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The Planets of Our Solar System

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  1. The Planets of Our Solar System by Mrs. Campbell’s and Miss Lopez’ Class

  2. Mercury • Mercury has craters. • Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. • Mercury is the smallest planet. • Mercury is very hot. • There is little air on Mercury.

  3. Venus • Venus has yellow clouds. • It is the brightest planet. • No life is on it.

  4. Earth • Earth is the only planet with living things. • Earth has clouds made of water vapor. • Earth has land and water.

  5. Mars • Mars is called the “red planet” because it has rust. • Mars has canyons, channels, craters and volcanoes. • The biggest volcano in the solar system is on Mars. • Mars has 2 moons. • Mars has polar ice caps.

  6. Jupiter The great red spot is a giant storm that has lasted 300 years. Jupiter's nickname is the king of all planets. Jupiter is way bigger than the sun!

  7. Saturn 1. Saturn has rocks, dust and rings. 2. Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun. 3. Saturn is the second largest planet.

  8. Uranus • Uranus was hit by an asteroid and spins on it’s side. • Uranus is a blue-green gas planet. • Uranus’ rings are made of ice and graphite. • Uranus has really strong winds.

  9. Neptune • Neptune orbits the sun from 2.79 billion years away. • It is 30,601 miles wide. • Neptune has 4 rings and 13 know moons.

  10. The Planets of Our Solar System Andrew Billy Elizabeth Logan Tyler Anthony

  11. http://www.ftschool.org/fourth/science/solarSystemSG.html http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/ Images from the following sites: