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Known as the red planet and is most like Earth Mars
The largest planet in our solar system Jupiter
Has 11 rings and 22 known moons Uranus
This rocky planet is closest to the sun Mercury
This ''morning star'' is the hottest planet Venus
Only planets known with life on it Earth
Downgraded to a dwarf planet Pluto
Appears blue due to the methane in its atmosphere Neptune
Known with its beautiful rings made from rock and ice chunks Saturn
When a ball moves on its axis this in called Rotation
Earth is made 70% water
Stars are made of Helium & Hydrogen
earth tilts toward the sun in summer
Revolution= 365 in a half days
Autumnal Equinox= Fall
Gravitational pulls Newton
solstice= Sun closest and farthest from earth
why do we have day/night Earth spins on its axis
Created by: jtrt1582