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Black holes

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How are black holes made? Black holes are made by imploded stars that are completely dense and have enough gravity.

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How big are black holes? It depends on how big the star was if it was massive the black whole would be massive.

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What’s inside a black hole? No body knows what its like but we suspect that it’s a infinite tunnel or a tunnel to a parallel universe.

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The Event horizon An Event horizon is a boundary in space time. Light inside the horizon can never reach the astronomer, and any object that approaches the horizon from the astronomer's side appears to slow down and never quite pass through the horizon, the travelling object, however, experiences no strange effects and does, in fact, pass through the horizon in a normal time.

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Planets And dwarf planets

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Sun The sun is a star in the centre of are solar system. The sun is a red dwarf. 85% of all the stars are red dwarfs. A star is a massive, luminous ball of plasma that is held together by gravity.

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Mercury Mercury is the planet closest to the sun. Mercury has no moon. The roman god Mercury means messenger. Mercury is the smallest planet. Mercury is bright when viewed from Earth. Mercury orbits the sun once every 87.969 days

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Venus Venus is Earths twin sister planet. Venus is the hottest planet in our solar system. Venus’s surface is estimated to be about 500 years old. Venus is the second planet from the sun. Venus used to have oceans like Earth. Venus is the sixth largest planet in our solar system.

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Earth Earth is the planet we live on. Earth can fit 18 Plutos inside it. Earth can fit 6 moons inside it. Earth is mainly water. Earth is the largest of the inner planets in the solar system.

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Mars Mars is also known as the red planet. Mars is the fourth planet from the sun. It is named after Mars the roman god of war. Mars has to moons Phobos and Deimos. Mars has iron inside the rocks so that’s why they look rusty.

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Ceres Ceres is in the asteroid belt. Ceres is the smallest identified dwarf planet. Ceres is the only dwarf planet in the asteroid belt. Ceres has a diameter of about 950 km. Ceres is the roman goddess of plants.

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Jupiter Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. Jupiter is the first planet in the outer solar system. Jupiter is a gas giant. Jupiter has a giant red spot which is a storm that has been around for thousands of years.

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Saturn Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun. Saturn has rings made out of rock and ice. Saturn is a gas giant. Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system. Saturn has 69 moons. Saturn is 900,000,000 miles from the sun.

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Uranus Uranus has very narrow rings. Uranus is the 7 planet from the sun. Uranus was the first planet discovered with a telescope. William Herschel was the discoverer of Uranus. Uranus is tilted on a 95 degree angle.

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Neptune Neptune's largest moon is Triton. Neptune is the furthest planet from the sun. Urbain Le Verrier discovered Neptune. Neptune has 12 moons.

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Pluto Pluto is the second largest dwarf planet. Pluto’s moon is called Charon. Pluto is a planetoid. Pluto’s volume is 0.66% of the Earths.

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Eris Eris is the largest dwarf planet in the solar system. Because Eris is larger than Pluto they called Eris the tenth planet but now they call all of these planets dwarf planets. Eris was first spotted in January 2005

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Planet Number of Moons Name of largest Moons

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Phases of the Moon

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Day 1 Full Moon

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Day 2 Waning Gibbous

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Day 3 Third Quarter

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Day 4 Waning Crescent

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Day 5 New Moon

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Day 6 Waxing Crescent

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Day 7 First Quarter

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Day 8 Waxing Gibbous

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S olar system P lanet A steroid C omet E clipse

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Ball Map LI: WALHT find facts about my planet SC: I have not plagiarised my information Planet name: Mercury Mercury doesn’t have any moons. These facts made by: Ben L 1 year in Mercury is 48 Earth days. This is Mercury’s symbol. Mercury’s diameter is 4879 km.

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LI: I can think of as many words to do with our universe. SC: I have written nouns, verbs and adjectives. Think carefully! NAME: Ben L & Shiping

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tar ranus eptune

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oon ris ocket eres ranus ising sun ellow star

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enus arth eptune ranus un

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arth cid ocket elescope Alley’s comet

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ercury xis ocket Pace junk

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omet ris ocket arth aturn

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unk ranus luto Elescope gnition arth ocks

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Un Xis emperature ranus ocks eptune

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Ranus ocks Xis eptune ranus un

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eptune ris luto elescope ranus eptune ris

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lanet Unar Ranus Empurature xygen

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arth ocket gnition pace

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tars lanet Xis Eres arth

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luto unar tmosphere eptune arth emperature

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ravity xis unar pollo 11 -rays ellow sun

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ranus eptune gnition enus arth ocket tars arth

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un elescope xis ocket

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lack hole unar xis omet uiper belt ubble telescope rion unar module arth

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