1 of 14
New! Free Haiku Deck for PowerPoint Add-In
Published on Nov 19, 2015
MORE DECKS TO EXPLORE
Kylee & Dorian
Luz Adriana Villa A.
It is 1989000000000000000000000000000000kg
92,960,000 miles away from the earth
Equatorial regions rotate in about 25.6 days
Regions at 60 degrees latitude rotate in about 30.9 days
Polar regions rotate in about 36 days
The sun doesn’t have any moons.
The plants that revolve around the sun have moons that revolve around them.
Carbon, nitrogen and oxygen make up 1.5% and the other 0.5% is made up of other elements.
Such as neon, iron, silicon, magnesium and sulfur.
The Sun shines because it is burning hydrogen into helium in its extremely hot core.
WHO DISCOVERED THE SUN?
The sun is one of the reasons there is living organisms.
The sun has probably been there forever.
HOW DID IT GET ITS NAME?
Centuries ago they called the sun, sol; sol is latin for sun.
It also was called sunna.
How long would it take to get to the sun?
The speed of light would take 8.3 minutes.
Voyager 1: 38,000 mph would reach the sun in 101 days.
An average car @70 mph would get you there in 152 days.
With a car you would need: 2.5 million gallons of gas.
Surprisingly the sun is farther away then you think.
Sun doesn’t have any moons.
The only moons the sun has is the moons that revolve around the planets.
This is a picture of the sun.
Sun rise is the beginning of the day.
The sun doesn’t rotate. The earth rotates around the sun.
Venus is the only planet that the sun rises in the west.
Sun set is the end of the day.
Sometimes the sun looks pinkish, orange, or even purple.
Daily Temperature: 9,940 Degrees F.
There will be a sunspot today.
The magic flow within a sunspot causes disruptions to the transfer of energy.
The disruptions to the transfer of energy, is to the sun’s surface from the
You can stop by Sunspot Park tonight for special sunspots.
Sit down by the Oxygen Wave pool, and gaze at the bright red fireballs.
Make sure you wake up early to see the sun burning hydrogen into helium
in its core. Be careful of the following: death.
Water, lots of lots of lots of water!
Oxygen and Food
Earth vs. Sun
The sun does not support life, but it gives light that we need to live on earth.
The sun is made of Carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen.
The sun is so big that about 1,300,000 planet Earths can fit inside of it.
Earth is about the size of an average sunspot.
The atmosphere is made of Hydrogen and some Helium.