Astronomy, The Planets of Our Solar System

What are our planets made up of?

The planets of our solar system.

Mercury- Mercury is roughly 36 million miles from our sun. It has a rocky crust, iron/nickle and a rocky mantle.

Venus- Venus is roughly 67 million miles from our sun. It has a rocky crust, iron/nickle and a rocky mantle.

Earth- Our earth is roughly 93 million miles distance from our sun. It is made up of a rocky crust, Liquid iron/nickle outer core, solid iron/nickle inner core and a rocky mantle.

Mars- The planet mars Is roughly 142 million miles from our sun. It has a rocky crust, iron sulfide/iron core and a rocky mantle.

Jupiter– The closest of the gas giants is roughly 483 million miles distance from our sun. It Is made up of gaseous hydrogen, Liquid hydrogen and a metallic hydrogen rocky core.

Saturn- Saturn is situated roughly 890 million miles from our sun. It is made up of gaseous hydrogen, Liquid hydrogen and a metallic hydrogen rocky core.

Uranus– Uranus is roughly 1784 million miles from our sun. It is made up of Hydrogen, helium and methane gases, rock/Ice core and a water ammonium/methane inner.

Neptune- Neptune Is now classed as the last true planet In our solar system. It Is roughly 2795 million miles distant from our sun. It has a Hydrogen, helium and methane gases, rock/Ice core and a water ammonium/methane inner.

Many people do not realise that all four gas giants Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune actually have  ring systems of their own. People almost always think of Saturn and Its rings, however the others have spectacular ones aswell.

    Saturn

 Jupiter

 Uranus

 Neptune.

Read more: https://scienceray.com/astronomy/astronomy-the-planets-of-our-solar-system/#ixzz1FXFKKQVo

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