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Pluto
Dwarf planet
Neptune and Uranus
What two planets can not be seen unaided?
Sun
Center of solar system
Sun
Responsible for Earths climate
Sun
Over 4.5 billion years old
1 million
How many Earths could fit inside the Sun?
Moon
Has many craters
Moon
Used to have active volcanoes
Moon
Shaped like a lemon
Moon
Has 8 phases
Mercury
First planet from the sun
Mercury
Smallest planet
Mercury
Closest to the sun
Mercury
Smallest orbit
Mercury
Has wrinkles that formed when the planet cooled
Mercury
Second hottest planet
Mercury
Named from Roman god of travel
Venus
Second planet from sun
Venus
Named after Roman goddess of Love and Beauty
Venus
Rotates in the opposite direction of the sun
Venus
Second brightest object in the sky
Venus
Can be seen during the daytime
Venus
Morning Star and Evening Star
Venus
Hottest planet due to a greenhouse effect with its atmosphere
Earth
3rd planet from sun
Earth
Only planet not named after a Greek or roman god
Earth
Means soil
71
What percentage of earth is water?
93
How many million miles is earth from the sun?
Mars
4th planet from sun
Mars
Roman god of war
Mars
"red planet"
Mars
Many huge volcanoes
Olympus Mons
The Largest volcanoe in solar system
Moon
What is brighter than Venus?
Jupiter
5th planet
Jupiter
Named after roman sky god
Jupiter
Largest planet
Jupiter
Known as "gas giant"
Jupiter
Stormiest planet
Great Red Spot
huge storm of gases on jupiter
Saturn
6th planet
Saturn
Known for ring system
Saturn
Roman god of agriculture
Saturn
"Jewel of the solar system"
Saturn
Gas giant
Saturn
Mission to this planet from 2004-2017
7th planet
Uranus
Uranus
Tipped over on its side with tilt of 98 degress
Uranus
Coldest planet
Uranus
Greek god of the sky
Uranus
Gas methane causes it to appear blue green
Neptune
8th planet
Neptune
Farthest planet from sun
Neptune
Roman god of the sea
Triton
Largest Neptune moon
Neptune
Most violent weather
Neptune
Has great dark spot, which is roughly the size of earth
Small dark spot
Neptune's second storm
Neptune
Windiest planet
Neptune
Voyager 2 flew past this planet in 1989 and took a picture
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
List 8 planets, closest to sun then outward
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