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Welcome to……
The Solar System
By Val Todd
The Sun
Did you know?
The sun comprises 99.85% of all the matter in the solar system.
Did you know?
Mercury was named after the fast moving messenger of the gods.
Did you know?
Ancient astronomers called Venus the Evening Star.
and moon
“There’s no place like home.”
Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz
Did you know?
Mars is known as the red planet.
Did you know?
Jupiter is the largest planet and has 28 moons.
Did you know?
Saturn, the sixth planet, is famous for its rings.
Did you know?
Uranus is blue green in color and tipped on its side.
Did you know?
Neptune is known as a “gas giant” because it is composed
of gases such as methane, hydrogen, and helium.
And Charon
Did you know?
Pluto was not discovered until 1930.
Can’t remember the planets in
order from the sun?
Just remember:
My Very Eager Mother Just
Served Us Nine Pizzas.
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars,Jupiter,
Saturn,Uranus, Neptune,Pluto.
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The solar system?
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