The Solar System PPT
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.
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.
Videos Orbital Path Tour the Solar System Videos Tour the Solar System with Artie, Althea, and some special friends. UnitedStreaming The Magic School Bus: Sees Stars The Magic School Bus: Out of this World The Magic School Bus: Gets Lost in Space Tour the Solar System On-Line Resources Surf the ...
Solar System Chapter 7 Solar System Consists of 9 planets (MVEMJSUNP), their moons, the Sun, and smaller objects Asteroids and comets. All held in single system by Sun’s gravity Suns mass about 1000 times greater than all other objects put together.
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 ...
Title: The Solar System Author: Brian Porter Last modified by: dahne.moonen Created Date: 3/27/2007 12:03:15 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
The Solar System Observing the Solar System Ancient Observations The ancient Greeks observed the sky and noticed that the moon, sun, and stars seemed to move in a circle around the Earth.
Title: Our Solar System Author: User Last modified by: jcorey Created Date: 11/2/2006 2:50:29 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company
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 ...
Title: Our Solar System Author: Connie Campbell Last modified by: Connie Campbell Created Date: 2/15/2004 2:00:51 PM Document presentation format
Title: The Solar System Author: emoran2 Last modified by: lizmoran Created Date: 7/11/2005 3:48:07 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company
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 ...
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.
Our Solar System our solar system is in the Milky Way galaxy composed of the Sun (yellow dwarf) and everything that orbits it sun is 99.8% of the mass Planets: 0.135% Comets: 0.01% ?
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 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.
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.
The Sun. The Sun is a yellow star around which all the planets in our solar system orbit. Our Sun is not unique. It is one of billions of stars with orbiting planets throughout the universe.
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 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 The Solar System Contains: One star (the sun). Nine planets (well now there’s eight planets and 3 dwarf planets). 157 moons (at last count) orbiting the planets.
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 ...
Title: Space Unit: The Solar System Author: Liberty Public Schools Last modified by: Liberty Public Schools Created Date: 11/3/2003 4:11:09 PM Document presentation format
SOLAR SYSTEM The Sun Eight Planets - 4 terrestrial and 4 gas giants Sixty-one satellites of the planets Many Comets and asteroids 11/15/99 Norm Herr (sample file)
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.
Soaring through The Solar System Planet Earth is just a small part of our solar system. Looking outside of one’s self and surroundings awakens curiosity and the formulation of new ideas.
Title: Exploring the Solar System Author: Daniel Glover Last modified by: Daniel R. Glover Created Date: 2/11/2002 2:51:40 PM Document presentation format
THE SOLAR SYSTEM * Directed by Objectives To know about the solar system To know about the different components of the solar system The solar system The solar system consist of the sun and all objects revolving around it including its nine planets, moons, asteroids, comets etc. SUN Components of ...
What is the Solar System? “The Players” An Overview of the Solar System. Classification. Size, density, & atmosphere. Terrestrial – Earth like. Giant (Jovian) – Jupiter like
Our Solar System our solar system is in the Milky Way galaxy composed of the Sun (a G2 star - yellow dwarf) and everything that orbits it sun is 99.8% of the mass Planets: 0.135% Comets: 0.01% ?
The Solar System Funding support for outreach programs provided by the Utah State Legislature and the Utah State Board of Education Commonly Confused Terms Solar System Our star (Sun) and everything that orbits around it (planets, asteroids, comets, etc.) Galaxy Huge collection of stars bound ...
The Solar System Saturn’s Atmosphere Saturn is a large gaseous planet. It has a thick outer atmosphere composed mostly of hydrogen and helium.
NASA’s Year of the Solar System An Overview WELCOME! Spanning a Martian Year – 23 months – the Year of the Solar System celebrates the amazing discoveries of numerous NASA missions as they explore our near and distant neighbors and probe the very outer edges of our Solar System.
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 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.
The Solar System Created By: Lynda Alonen Created On: April 13, 2004 Our Solar System Our solar system consists of: A Star Sun 9 Planets Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Comets and Asteroids Sun The sun is a star at the center of the solar system.
The Formation of the Solar System How did it get to be this way? Formation of the solar system First question: how long ago did this happen? Nobel Prize winner Hannes Alfven: “the study of the origin of the solar system is archaeology, not physics”.
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 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 Observing the Solar System Guide For Reading How do the heliocentric and geocentric description of the solar system differ? What did Kepler discover about the orbits of the planets?
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.
Our Solar System Fun Fact Neptune is one of only a few planets that has cloud bands like Earth. Because it’s so far away, scientists still know very little about it.
Our Solar System in Brief Our solar system formed around our star - the Sun - about 4.6 billion years ago. There are eight planets, 146 moons, numerous asteroids and comets and intriguing dwarf planets such as Pluto and Ceres.
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 ...
Tour of the Solar System General Properties of the Solar System There are two classes of planets: The Terrestrial planets are small, solid bodies (rocks or iron) in the inner part of the Solar System.
The Solar System 2006 Division B Event Major Change for 2006 The former “Reach for the Stars” event has been split into two different events, each to run for two consecutive years, i.e. two years for “The Solar System,” followed by two years for “Reach for the Stars.”
Objects. We know of the common objects that orbit in our solar system, the planets and their moons, but there are more objects out there! Among the other types of objects are comets, meteoroids, and asteroids to name a few.
The solar system will produce 100% Green Energy every sunny day. A solar power system is a long-term investment with a typical payback or around 5 years if the feed-in tariff comes into effect. However as prices go up, the payback will shorten.
The Nature of the Sun. At the center of our solar system is the Sun which is a typical medium sized star. Composed mainly of Hydrogen (73% by mass), 23% helium and the rest is other elements.
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?