Our solar system by dfhdhdhdhjr


									Nathan Breaux
This planet is the smallest in our solar system and is the closest to the sun. this
planet has a large iron core and a temperature range of -297f to 801 f. making
this a very un inhabitable planet by all means. Its to dry to inhabit with any life
from earth. This planet orbits the sun in 88 earth days.
Venus is the second planet from the sun and is the closest to earth. This planet
is referred sometimes to our sister planet. The atmosphere is mainly sulfuric
acid and is very close to the surface and has a pressure 92 times the earths. This
planet is also unique because it has no magnetic field which means that
composes wouldn’t work here. This planet orbits the sun in 227.7 earth days.
Earth is our home planet and is the only
planet capable of supporting life in our solar
system that we have found yet. Our planet is
home to millions of species. And is 70%
covered in water. Temperatures range from
-89 F to 57.7 C . We orbit the sun in one year
or 365days.
This planet has one of the highest
known peeks in the solar system the
mountain is called Olympus Mons.
And compared to earth has similar
geology, mountains ,valleys EXT. this
planet orbits the sun in 779.96 earth
days. The temperature rang on this
planet is quite cold ranging from -87 C
to 5 C. if worse came to worse here on
earth this is the only closest planets
that would be hospitable enough to
live on.
This planet is two and a
half times bigger then the
earth. This type of planet is
mainly gas and is known
as a gas giant. This planet
orbits the sun every 11.9
earth years. This planet is
known for its massive
storms that seem to never
go away. Also, the big red
spot which is a storm that
is said to have bin going on
for thousands of years. The
average temperature
averages out to about
-108° F.
Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second largest planet in the
Solar System, after Jupiter. Saturn, along with Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune, is
classified as a gas giant. it takes Saturn 10 759 Earth days (or about 29½ years),
to finish one revolution around the Sun.
Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun and is the third largest in the solar
   system. It has an equatorial diameter of 51,800 kilometers (32,190 miles)
   and orbits the Sun once every 84.01 Earth years. The atmosphere of
   Uranus is composed of 83% hydrogen, 15% helium, 2% methane and
   small amounts of acetylene and other hydrocarbons.
   Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun
    and the fourth largest (by diameter).
    Neptune is smaller in diameter but larger in
    mass than Uranus. it completes an orbit
    every 164.79 years. On July 12, 2011,
    Neptune will have completed the first full
    orbit since its discovery in 1846.

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