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  1. Mercury: each year is a day on half the planet. huge impact basin named caloris.

    Venus: 730K and 90 atmospheres of pressure on the surface. clouds of sulfuric acid.

    Earth: rapidly changing weather patterns. massive hydrosphere. differentiated surface.

    Mars: 1/3 gravity of earth. super thin atmosphere. tallest mountian known Olympus Mons. Huge surface features: Hellas Basin, Tharsis Plains, and Valles Marinaris.

    Jupiter: 300+ times more massive than earth. Magnetic field is larger than the sun. predominantly hydrogen and helium atmosphere. The Great Red Spot, a huge storm 4 times the size of earth that rotates with the core. over 50 'moons'

    Saturn: most massive and most visible ring system. most squished planet, due to speed of rotation. helium rain. H/He atmosphere.

    Uranus: Blue. Moons named after Shakespeare characters. Massive tilt. thin rings visible.

    Neptune: Clumpy rings. Magnetic field way of center. had great dark spot (it dissapeared, however there is a new spot in the northern heisphere). 'Scooter' spot that zipps around planet very quickly.

    Pluto(Not really a planet): its moon (charon[pronounced sharon]) is about half is size and mass. the center of gravity for the system lies inbetween the two. ball of rocky ice. kuiper belt object.

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    2. sargebaldy

      sargebaldy

      I voted Earth as well. It's certainly the most interesting and unique planet in the solar system.

    3. myk

      myk

      I like the morning star.

    4. Grazza

      Grazza

      myk said:

      I like the morning star.

      heh

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