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four large volcanoes (dormant)

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Mars - named after the Roman god of war

Mars - named after the Roman god of war

northern ice cap

frozen water

southern ice cap

frozen carbon dioxide

Very thin atmosphere

High winds often create dust storms

Temperate falls well below 0 degrees C all the time

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Mars - named after the Roman god of war

Mars - named after the Roman god of war

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Jupiter - named after the king of the Roman gods

Jupiter - named after the king of the Roman gods

Fifth planet from the sun

Largest planet

Made of mainly

hydrogen

helium

Temperature range -

very cold at the cloud tops

as high as 30,000 degree C at the core

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Jupiter - named after the king of the Roman gods

Jupiter - named after the king of the Roman gods

Atmosphere

hydrogen

helium

ammonia

methane

Great Red Spot

hurricane-like storm (as much as 20,000 years old)

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Jupiter - named after the king of the Roman gods

Jupiter - named after the king of the Roman gods

Very high atmospheric pressure

Giant magnetic field

created by the liquid metallic layer

called magnetosphere

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Jupiter - named after the king of the Roman gods

Jupiter - named after the king of the Roman gods

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Saturn - named after the Roman god

Saturn - named after the Roman god

Sixth planet from the sun

Surrounded by rings

made of icy particles

has at least seven major rings

Made of mainly

hydrogen

helium

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Saturn - named after the Roman god

Saturn - named after the Roman god

Violent atmospheric storms

Very cold

Has a large magnetic field

Lowest density of all the planets

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Saturn - named after the Roman god

Saturn - named after the Roman god

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Uranus - named after the father of Saturn in Roman mythology

Uranus - named after the father of Saturn in Roman mythology

Seventh planet from the sun

Atmosphere

hydrogen

helium

methane

Temperature range

as low as -220 degree C at the cloud tops

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Uranus - named after the father of Saturn in Roman mythology

Uranus - named after the father of Saturn in Roman mythology

Extreme atmospheric pressure

atmosphere is 11,000 kilometers thick

Rotates on its axis at a 90 degree angle

appears laying on its side

Rings of methane ice surround it

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