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    how huge it is. In our solar system, can we find a planet that supports life? Can living things survive there? However, Scientists have found a planet in the solar system that is similar to planet Earth in some things and it is called planet Venus. Venus is usually called the “Sister of the Earth” or “twin sister” because of the similarities that Venus has to Earth. Technically, there are some similarities and differences between both planets that will be compared and contrasted. The first major

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    interesting facts about the planets. They are classified in two different categories, which is either a Terrestrial Planet or a Gas Giant. Take Mercury for example, it is one of the terrestrial planets in the Solar System. Also, Mercury may contain ice, it slowly rotates around the Sun so it exposes all of it sides to the Sun’s strong rays, so it’s hard to visualize whether the ice remains solid. Mars has various aspects of its own; some scientists discovered that this planet has water upon its surface

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    Formation of Planets

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    From early Greeks, to early Romans, to Arostotle, to Capernicus, to Galileo, to Edwin Hubble, they have all have asked themselves how the Universe starts, how the planets gets into the Universe, and how did human beings get here. In the last century, stronger telescopes and advanced supercomputer have led to more discoveries and knowledge of how the Universe came to be as it is today faster than before. Many astronomers accepted the fact that the Universe was formed about 14 billion years ago by

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    Planet Jupiter

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    I chose planet Jupiter because it is the biggest of all planets. It is a gas planet and I like that about this planet. The diameter is 88,846 miles or 142,984km. This planet is the fifth from the sun meaning the sun is about 483,780,000 miles. Its length to spin once around its axis takes nine hours and fifty-six minutes compared to earth’s one day. The planet Jupiter completes an orbit in 4,333 planet earth days or almost 12 earth years. Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system just

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    The Jovian Planets

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    The Jovian Planets Far beyond Earth in the solar nebula lies an ice belt and beyond that lay the four Jovian planets. They are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Jovian means "Jupiter- like" in which the rest of the jovian planets do coincide with the name. Uranus Neptune and Saturn, all carry the same traits as Jupiter. The jovian planets are large gas giants that contain mainly a thick atmosphere of Hydrogen and helium. These planets do not have solid surfaces, rather they just get denser with

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    The Planet Uranus Of all the planets in the Milky Way galaxy, Uranus is probably mocked the most (besides Pluto). Despite the humor of its name, Uranus is named for the Greek god of the sky, Uranus. It was discovered on March 13, 1781 by an astronomer named William Herschel using a telescope that he had built himself (Cool Cosmos). Although Herschel had been the one to discover it, the name was suggested by Johann Bode who was also an astronomer. Uranus had originally been thought to be a star,

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    The Blicentian Planet

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    When two planets collide, they formed Blicentia. In outer space laid planet Bluce and planet Cential. Bluce and Celtial were planets that did not conatin any human life. Bluce was a planet that was all blue and was made out of ice. Cential was a ball of fire. It was red colored and looked like the sun. People from the so called “Earth” believed that these planets were a threat to them. They thought that if the planets ever got near Earth it would be the end of the “Green Planet.” However, that was

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    Neptune: The Planet

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    units) from the Sun (Chaisson & McMillan, 2011 p. 316) there is a cold, dark, lifeless planet. We call this planet Neptune, after the Roman god of the sea. The planet Neptune is a very complex one with many different facets. The following will discuss nearly every aspect of the planet from its history, to the general composition of the planet, and everything in between. Neptune began just as all the other planets in our solar system did and the condensation theory describes the process of how they

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    planet x

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    Did you know that PLANET X will pass through our solar system again in 2003 after approximately 3660 years of absence on its regular orbit? Like most people you probably do not know this. The knowledge has been kept away from the public for several reasons, one of which is to avoid causing panic among the world's population. #1 question -- Will you be in a safe area? Will you be ready or do you care for your loved ones lives? We live in a binary system. Our suns dark twin lies toward the Orion galaxy

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    planet Of The Apes

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    "Planet of the Apes" James Burroughs is a critic. In his article, "The Fiction of Science Fiction," he expresses his opinion that the movie, "Planet of the Apes," has no value or real meaning for society today. He says it is like other similar science fiction movies made in the 1960s because it is so out-of-date. He seems to feel the only people that would enjoy "Planet of the Apes" are people who have nothing better to do. I disagree with Mr. Burroughs. In the movie, "Planet of the Apes," humans

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