Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Solar system

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Today we have been learning about Earth and beyond. Today I will be Identifying The Solar System.
The Solar System is the organization which our planet Earth known as the goldilocks planet is located. The Solar System is located in the Milky Ways Orion Star Cluster. Which is only 15% stars of the Milky Ways Planetary System, including the hot, beaming Sun, our Solar System's own star. 

Our Solar system holds 8 planets. The Terrestrial Planets and The Jovian Planets. The Terrestrial Planets are the smaller and more solid planets that are closer to the sun. First of all we have Mercury The smallest Planet in our Solar System and the Closest Planet to The Sun. In Mercury when it comes to Years it's only 88 days long. Next to that is the Planet Venus which is the hottest Planet in our Solar System with temperatures up to 867 degrees. Next to the hot Planet is our Planet Earth which is the only planet in our Solar System with enough water to sustain life. The last Identification of the Terrestrial Planets is Mars, which was planet that was believed to sustain life 3.7 Billion Years ago. This was when the Planet had enough water and an icy surface. 

Next on the Solar System is the 4 Jovian Planets. The Jovian Planets are the Bigger and not so solid planets with multiple Moons, these Planets are far from the Sun. These Planets are called the Gas Giants Jupiter and Saturn, and the Ice Giants Uranus and Neptune. The Gas Giants are Known to be made of helium and hydrogen which is a very soft surface. The Ice Giants are the Planets which contain rocks and mixtures of water and a colourless and odourless flammable gas called Methane. These Planets are all known for having support ring systems. First of these Planets is the Planet Jupiter which is the largest Planet in the Solar System. Next to it is the second largest Planet Saturn which is the Planet known for its ring which is wide enough to fit the Earth's Moon. Next to these Ice Giants are the Planets Uranus and Neptune. Uranus the Planet slightly bigger than the Planet Neptune, this Planet is known for rotating and lying on it's side. Next to this Planet is the Planet Neptune which is the farest Planet from the Sun with up to 4.5 Billion Kilometers away.


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