Neptune

  This is my last blog about the planets in our solar system I hope you enjoy my blog about Neptune. Neptune is the Greek god of the sea and earthquakes Poseidon is the name the ancient Romans gave him. But originally it was named Le Verrier because Jean Joseph Le Verrier is who discovered Neptune. The name…

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Uranus

    Today I will be blogging about Uranus, I hope you enjoy my blog. Uranus has 13 rings. and 27 moons, the biggest moons name is Titania and size is 490 miles or 788.579 Kilometers. Its smallest moon is named Cupid and it size is 11 miles large/18 Kilometers. Uranus is the Greek god of…

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Saturn

  Today I will be blogging about Saturn Saturn is the least dense planet in the solar system, and the second largest. Saturn is the flattest planet in our solar system due to its size and its rotation being 10 hours and 42 minuets Saturn has 69 moons and ‘moonlets’ its smallest one is Mimas…

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Jupiter

  Today I will be blogging about Jupiter. I hope you enjoy my blog Jupiter has 67 known moons and 4 rings. Ganymede, one of Jupiter moons is the largest  Jupiter is named after the roman king of gods.  Jupiter’s great red spot is as large as three earths and has been around for as long…

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Mars

Today my blog will be about mars. I hope you enjoy it. Mars has 2 moons, Deimos and Phobos both of them are way smaller that our moon. Deimos is from Greek mythology, the personification of terror. His name means dread. Phobos in Greek mythology was Deimos twin brother, also he is the personification of…

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Earth

    Today I will be blogging about earth, and slightly the moon too. I hope you all enjoy my blog   Earth is the only planet not named after a god, instead we names earth after ground, I am dead serious old English of eor(th)e and ertha and it was mashed those together to make…

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Venus

Today I will be blogging about Venus, the second planet in the solar system. Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system, due to the greenhouse gases. Even if heat can barley get through it cant get out. Venus is hot enough to melt led 621.5°F or 327.5°C. Venus’s temperature is 863.6 farenheight and 462 Celsius. Its name…

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Mercury

Today I will be blogging about mercury. I hope you enjoy my blog.  Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. It also is the second hottest planet. (Temperature on Mercury is -343.4 Celsius/-586.12 Fahrenheit to 800.6 Celsius/1473.08 Fahrenheit) It is the second most dense planet, the first is earth. Mercury take 88 days to complete a…

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The sun

Today I will be blogging about the sun because I do not really know what else to blog about except space or science related stuff. The sun is a yellow dwarf, even though it is a dwarf star if hollowed it could fit 1,300,000 earths into it and is 99.86% of the mass in our solar system….

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Haumea

Today I will be blogging about the dwarf planet is our solar system Haumea, also most likely the most strange. Haumea is the third closest dwarf planet to the sun. Haumea is the most oval-shaped dwarf planet in the solar system which must have been at least one billion years. Wich also makes its day…

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