The Solar System PPT
Solar System 3rd Grade Katonya Beaubouef Solar System The sun and all the objects that orbit around it. Orbit A path that an object takes as it moves around the sun.
Earth Science An overview of the Solar System The Sun The sun is the biggest, brightest, and hottest object in the solar system. The sun is an ordinary star.
SOLAR SYSTEM The Sun Nine Planets Sixty-one satellites of the planets Many Comets and asteroids SUN 75% hydrogen and 25% helium by mass Sun converts hydrogen to helium in its core Differential rotation equator the surface rotates once every 25.4 days near the poles it's as much as 36 days Core ...
THE SOLAR SYSTEM The Solar System consists of: Planets Moons Asteroids Comets PLANETS What are the nine planets? HINT: My Very Educated Mother Just Sent Us Nine Pizzas Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto MERCURY VENUS EARTH Age: At least 4 1/2 billion years Mass ...
The Solar System A Fifth Grade Science Introduction A solar system consists of a star and objects that revolve around it. Our Solar System consists of the Sun and nine known planets and the moons that orbit those planets.
The Solar System Chapter 19 By Dawneen Corbett Different Views of the Solar System Earth-Centered model: included the Earth, moon, sun, five planets, and the sphere of stars.
The Solar System Inner Planets 14.3 Components of our Solar System Planets Star Comets Asteroids Satellites Space Trash Dark Matter Particles (Dust) Electromagnetic radiation (Photons) Planets There are 8 planets: Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus (YOOR uh nus) Neptune Pluto Inner ...
Explorers’ Guide to the Solar System www.nasa.gov Explorers’ Guide to the Solar System * * Image Credit: NASA (Viking 2 mission) * Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Solar System Visualization Team (artist’s rendering of Opportunity rover, superimposed on photo of Victoria crater) * Image Credit: NASA ...
The Solar System By Mr. Coverdale How was the Solar System formed? 5 billion years ago the Solar System was a nebula (cloud of gas and dust) Gravity pulled the particles together until the heat rose enough to form the sun and then the planets.
By: Liz Moran S4E1: Students will compare and contrast the physical attributes of stars, star patterns, and planets. S4E2: Students will model the position and motion of the earth in the solar system and will explain the role of relative position and motion in determining sequence of the phases ...
The Solar System By Rusty Sturken Duluth Middle School See body of Powerpoint for image sources * Uranus continued the surface of Uranus consists of blue-green clouds made up of tiny ice crystals of methane, and rock.
The Solar System Saturn’s Atmosphere Saturn is a large gaseous planet. It has a thick outer atmosphere composed mostly of hydrogen and helium.
The solar system What is the solar system? The Sun, its planets and other objects in orbit are all together known as the solar system. The nine planets (starting with the closest to the Sun) Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune ...
THE SOLAR SYSTEM Part Two: THE OUTER PLANETS THE Solar System The Outer Planets The Big Gas Giants The Outer Planets characteristics The outer planets are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
The Solar System By Amanda Pumfrey The Solar System The solar system consists of the sun, 9 planets and their moons The 9 planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto Mercury Mercury is the planet that is closest to the sun Mercury does not have a moon A day on Mercury is ...
Geocentric system - the Earth is the center of the Universe and everything revolves around the Earth. (thought to be true for 1400 years) The ancient
The Solar System Chapter 2 Models of the Solar System In the geocentric model, Earth is at the center of the revolving planets. Aristotle stated that the earth was in the center of the solar system.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Solar System Formation Your Parents’ Solar System 21st Century Solar System Sun Terrestrial Planets Asteroid Belt Jovian Planets Kuiper Belt Oort Cloud The 21st Century Solar System The Solar System: List of Ingredients Ingredient Sun ...
Solar System Introduction Solar System Introduction The Solar System consists mostly of empty space! The Sun 1 M The Nine Eight Planets ( 0.001 M ) Asteroids and Rocky Debris (Negligible mass) Comets (?)
Our Solar System Alabama Course of Study # 10 Describe components of our solar system. Defining comets, asteroids, and meteors. Our Solar System Alabama Course of Study # 10 Describe components of our solar system.
The Solar System What’s in Our Solar System? Our Solar System consists of a central star (the Sun), the nine planets orbiting the sun, moons, asteroids, comets, meteors, interplanetary gas, dust, and all the “space” in between them.
The Solar System: Jupiter... is the 5th planet from the sun is a gas giant has a diameter of 142,984 km (more than 300 times bigger than Earth and more than twice as big as all the rest of the planets added together) is 778,330,000 km from the sun has 39 known satellites Jupiter was named for ...
The Structure of Our Solar System Past ideas vs. Current Knowledge Can it change over time? Composition Categories Categories Continued Giant planets are classified as those with a diameter greater than 48,000 km.
Our Solar System Our Solar System Our Solar system is made up of 8 planets. It used to be 9, but…….Pluto is now considered a dwarf planet. We are going to start by breaking the solar system into two groups: The Inner Planets (4) Inner because they are the four closest to the sun.
The Universe, Solar System, and Planets I Questions: How do we know the Big Bang happened? How do we know the Universe is expanding? What is the timeframe of Universe evolution?
Historical Models of our Solar System and Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion Geocentric Model Earth is center of our Solar System Aristotle- Over 2000 years ago, Unexplained on how planets appear to move backwards Ptolemy- Planets move in small circles or epicycles Heliocentric Model Sun is ...
The Solar System and our Universe Additional Information P9 – Describe the composition of the solar system. The Solar System contains the following parts Star (Sun) Planets Dwarf planets Natural satellites Comets Meteors Asteroids Moons Sun This is a star at the centre of the solar system.
Unit Questions. How many planets are in the solar system? Which planet is closest to the Sun? What is the largest planet?
History of the Universe, Solar System, and Planets Chapter 1 Structure of the Universe Earth is one of nine planets in solar system Our sun is a star Stars cluster to form galaxies Our sun is one of over 300 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy Milky Way is one of 100 billion galaxies in the ...
Solar System Exploration The Space Shuttle “Nasa” stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It has been the United States official of launching man into outer space.
The Solar System and Beyond www.makemegenius.com– Full of ingredients to make your child a genius. “Don’t make me read, make me understand “ There are nine planets in our solar system: * Mercury Mars Jupiter ...
The Solar System Chapter 19, 20, & 21 Please write down all the underlined items. Abbreviate to save time. Scale of the Universe Our Galaxy and Scale Our Milky Way galaxy is huge.
The Sun: Center of our solar system. Layers: Corona – Largest layer; Extends millions of km in space - only visible during a Total solar eclipse - releases charged particles called solar wind.
What is the Solar System? “The Players” An Overview of the Solar System. Classification. Size, density, & atmosphere. Terrestrial – Earth like. Giant (Jovian) – Jupiter like
Solar Energy ….and it’s many uses SOLAR ENERGY A FEW FACTS Every day the earth receives thousands of times more energy from the sun than is consumed in all other resources.
Solar System. The solar system includes the sun and all the bodies that orbit around it.
Class Solar System Riddles Actual Student Riddles Solar System Riddle The Sun I am a star. I am big and bright. I shine in the sky. I heat the earth.
Solar System Sun – we’ll talk about this in Part 4 Planets Moons of the planets Asteriods Plutoids Kuiper Belt objects Comets Meteors, meteoroids, meteorites
The Solar System See body of Powerpoint for image sources * Saturn continued Moons- 62 with Titan as the largest. Low density planet, could float in water.
Solar System Can You Name the Planets? Major Solar System Bodies Sun Mercury Venus Earth Mars Asteroid Belt Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Mnemonics M V E M J S U N P My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pies My Very Easy Memory Jingle Seems Useful Naming Planets Solar System Roughly ...
Our Solar System * Journal Can you name the nine planets in our Solar System? This includes Earth… Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto Do you know any ways to remember all nine?
The Solar System Which planet is called the “Red Planet”? Mars! Which is the largest planet in our Solar System? Jupiter! Which planet has rocky rings?
The Solar System In a Nut shell! (Performance Assessment for middle school science) Big Idea! The Solar System includes the Sun, 8 planets, and their moons.
0 A Survey of the Solar System Please take your assigned transmitter. If your name is not yet on the transmitter list, take any transmitter with no. above 225.
6-400A 1 - 100 There’s a full moon. 6-500 True or False. Shadows change during the day because the position of the sun changes. 6-500A 1 - 100 False the sun doesn’t move the Earth does.
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Chapter 23 Our Solar System Our Solar System Historical Astronomy – Wandering Stars Greeks watched the stars move across the sky and noticed five “stars” that wandered around and did not follow the paths of the normal stars.
The Solar System - Its Origin and Early Development Sun and eddy Solar System The Solar System consists of the Sun and the other celestial objects gravitationally bound to it: the eight planets, three dwarf planets and their 165 known moons.
The Solar System Ch 27 Sec 1. Sun is the center of our solar system. 8 planets orbit the sun (9 if you include Pluto) Astronomers have known of other planets for centuries