Why is Neptune so blue and more facts about space???

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Have you ever wondered why Neptune and other planets are formed the way they are. Well I find it very fascinating how planets are all different, this reminds me of how humans are also all different.

Facts about Neptune

Why is Neptune so blue??? Well neptunes atmosphere is made from hydrogen, helium and methume. Methume is Neptunes upper atmosphere which then absorbs red light which comes of the sun. It then reflects blue lights from the sun back into space.

Facts about Earth

Why is earth the way it is??? Earth is blue and green, the green represents trees and the blue represents the sea. Earth to me is the planet that stands out the most because it is the only planet where we know that there is living creatures on it and it is safe.

Facts about the sun

The sun is the planet that every one has seen on a hot sunny day. The sun can reach up to 15,000,000 celcius a day. The sun is by far the hottest planet and there is a very high chance that if you travelled to the sun you will pass away or get seriously injured. Did you know if we were smaller than half of a ant the sun would be the size of a bowling ball.

I hope my post has given you lots of facts that you use in School. Thank you for reading.

Comments (4)

  • Braiswick Primary School succinct_leaves | Braiswick Primary School
    03 Dec 2019

    Firstly, the sun isn't a planet; it is a star. A star is a celestial body in space which planets revolve around and a planet is a celestial body in space that revolves around a star (in our case, Earth revolves around the sun, which is a star). And also I searched on Google "how hot is the sun" and it said it is 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit (5,500 degrees Celsius). Where did you get your information from? Anyway, I hope you find this useful, did you know that if the sun was shrunk to the size of a molecule of bacteria, then the milky way would be the same size as the USA. But overall this is a good post.

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  • Arnhem-Wharf-logo-250x250.jpg crafty_solution | Arnhem Wharf Primary School
    03 Dec 2019

    Did you know that the sun is 93 million miles away from the earth and the moon is 239,ooo million miles away from us .

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    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      crafty_solution's comment 04 Dec 2019

      Could you double check that statistic about the moon - because at the moment it suggests the moon is further than the sun!

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  • Portobello-logo-250x250.jpg passionate_dinosaur | Portobello High School
    04 Dec 2019

    It could because it’s its land is ice

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