Name the inner planets in order.

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Name the inner planets in order.
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Name the inner
planets in order.
The Outer Planets
General
•  Most of these Planets are
–  Mostly Gas
–  Massive Atmospheres
–  Solid Cores due to pressure
–  All have rings
•  Are called the Gas Giants (but Pluto)
–  Mostly made up of Hydrogen and Helium
•  Pluto is more like inner planets then outer
planets
Jovian Planets
-Jupiter is the fifth planet from the
sun.
-Jupiter is the largest planet in our
solar system. Jupiter has 63
known moons.
-It has a giant red spot which is a
storm.
-Jupiter is so big that you could
put every planet from our solar
system in it if it were hollow.
-If you weighed 100 pounds on
Earth you would weigh 254
pounds on Jupiter. It is
480,000,000 miles away from the
sun.
Jupiter
-Saturn is the sixth planet from
the sun.
-It is the second largest planet.
-It has dozens of rings that are
made of ice and rock and they
can be as small as a fingernail
and as big as the size of a car.
-Saturn is made out of
hydrogen and helium. If there
was an ocean big enough to
hold Saturn it would float.
-Saturn has 60 moons.
Saturn
-Uranus is the seventh planet
from the sun.
-It is the third largest planet in
our solar system. It has 11
rings and 27 known moons.
-Uranus is the only planet in
our solar system that spins on
it’s side.
-It is the size of 14 Earths. It
is 1,850,000,000 miles from
the sun.
-It is a frozen planet with a
molten core.
Uranus
-Neptune is the eighth planet
from the sun.
-Neptune has eight narrow, faint
rings in clumps.
-Neptune was the first planet
whose existence was predicted
mathematically.
-Neptune is over 16 times the
size of Earth. A day on Neptune
is 19.1 Earth hours. One year
on Neptune is 164.8 Earth
years. Neptune is
4,546,000,000 miles from the
sun. 13 moons.
Neptune
-Pluto is now considered a
dwarf planet and is no
longer counted as a true
planet.
-Each day on Pluto is 6.39
Earth days. A year on
Pluto is 247.7 Earth years.
Pluto is very cold. It can
be between -396° to
-378°F.
-Pluto has 3 moons, and the
largest, Charon, is almost
the size of Pluto.
Pluto

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