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outer planets

ch 3 lesson 5/Sheehan

What do the 4 outer planets have in common? They are much larger then Earth are made mainly of hydrogen and helium
What are Saturn's rings mostly made of? chucks of ice and rock
How is Uranus different from most planets? it rotates on its side. 90 degree angle
What is distinctive about Jupiter? largest planet.
What planet is Neptune most similar to in size and color? Uranus
What is Jupiter's Great Red Spot? it is a storm larger than Earth
What are the gas giants mostly composed of? hydrogen and helium
Which is the only planet that has a lower density than water? Saturn
What type of planet have many moons? gas giant
How does the temperature change from the outer to inner layers of the gas giants? increases. It is hotter at the core.
Created by: linda.dillon