Planets & Dwarf planets Part 2

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Planets & Dwarf planets Part 2

Post by Admin on Tue Jul 28, 2009 2:01 pm

Ok so we continue after Mars.
Jupiter! (we talked about asteroid belt)


The roman god of gods (less then Zeus)
Huge, Massive gas planet, Landing on it is Useless Because its just filled with gas and a fat atmosphere so just one big monster. Biggest planet in our solar system.
This Gas Giant filled with hydrogens and another gases.
As our solar system was young, (Long Long time ago, In a galaxy not so far away)
Jupiter was Soft yellow colored, and Clean, Beautiful gas giant. But since years passed, Asteroids hit Jupiter million times. Since its a gas giant, Lots of clouds and dirt have appeared, And the biggest Hoorican (HOWEVER U SPELL IT) Which is The biggest red Spot on Jupiter, continues More then all the others lots of time.

it is believed the temperature is 10,000 K and the pressure is 200 GPa. The temperature at the core boundary is estimated to be 36,000K.
Jupiters Moon "EUROPA" Is small and covered with ice, What makes life possible, Scinetists think there a possibility of water under the ice.

Saturn:

Saturn named for the god saturn of god knows what...
Second big Gas Giant, like Jupiter. also with storms. Wind speeds on Saturn can reach 1,800 km/h. The outer atmosphere of Saturn consists of about 96.3% molecular hydrogen and 3.25% helium. temperatures on Saturn are normally -185 °C/+

RINGS OF SATURN:
Saturn is probably best known for its system of planetary rings, which makes it the most visually remarkable object in the solar system.
They extend from 6 630 km to 120 700 km above Saturn's equator, average approximately 20 meters in thickness, and are composed of 93 percent water ice with a smattering of tholin impurities, and 7 percent amorphous carbon.

Uranus:

I can't tell much but its another gas giant, Cold, Dangerous, BIG, WITH RING!
Here some information.
Atmosphere
Scale height 27.7 km
Composition (Below 1.3 bar) 83 ± 3% Hydrogen (H2)
15 ± 3% Helium
2.3% Methane
0.009%
(0.007–0.015%) Hydrogen deuteride (HD)Ices:
Ammonia
water
ammonium hydrosulfide (NH4SH)
methane (CH4)


THATS IT FOR NOW.
PART 3 SOON TO COME.
ALWAYS YOU CAN ASK WHATEVER YOU WANNA KNOW.


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Re: Planets & Dwarf planets Part 2

Post by BboyNikey on Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:43 pm

COOL !
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