Venus is the hottest planet in our solar system because it has acid (poisonous) clouds that trap the heat in like a blanket. The clouds have sulphuric acid. A day on Venus is almost as long as its' year.
All of the planets are named after a god or goddess.
The sun is a big star. A million Earths can fit in the Sun.
Mercury takes 88 days to go around the sun. A day on Mercury is more than 50 earth days.
We are making posters of each planet, in order as you go away from the sun. We also have the sun on our poster.
There are gases floating in space. When they push together really hard, they start to burn and become a star.
Questions we still have about space:
How big is the sun?
Where is the asteroid belt?
Why is the sun so big?
How big is the moon?
How big are stars?
Will the sun ever burn out?
Is there an end to space?
Is there another universe that has different planets?
What made all of the plants?
What is the biggest planet in the universe?
Where is the dwarf planet MakeMake?
How many planets are there?
Was there really a planet where the asteroid belt is?
Are there any new planets?
What planet is the smallest?
How many Plutos can fit into the sun?
How big is the Milky Way?
Is the asteroid belt actually a smashed up planet?
How many asteroids are there?
Are they going to send up another probe?
Is there going to be another sun?
How many miles is Mars from the Earth?
Why did Pluto get changed to being a dwarf planet?
When is the next space craft going up?
Is there life in a different galaxy?
Thanks for reading!
Love, Division 6