Our Sun is not unique in the universe. It is a common
scientists have named Sol. This is why our
system of planets is called the Solar System.
There are trillions of other stars in the Universe just like it. Many of these stars have their own systems of planets, moons, asteroids, and comets.
The Solar S y s t e m consists of the Sun and t h o s e celestial o b j e c t s bound to it by gravity, all of which formed from the collapse of a giant molecular cloud approximately 4.6 billion years ago.
The four smaller planets, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars, also called the terrestrial , are primarily composed of rock and metal. The four outer planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, also called the gas giants, are composed largely of hydrogen and helium.
D a v i d Garcia 5th, HĂŠctordel Pozo 5th, J u l i a Serrano 5th, Elena Serrano 3rd .
The Earth is the third planet of our Solar System M贸nica Hernans谩iz, 5th
Earth turns around the Sun. Mรกximo Benages, 5th
The Earth turns on its axis. Daniel Peralta, 5th
Earth is slooping. It is flattened by the Poles. María Ruipérez, 6th
The movements and the inclination of the Earth make the seasons of the year.
Alejandra Gil, 6th
In the Ecuador and in the Poles there aren’t seasons. Lucía Romero, 6th
In winter, it’s cold. It snows and Sun doesn’t warm.
Josselyn Aguiar, 5th
In spring, itâ€™s warm. It rains and fruits are born. Marta HerrĂĄiz, 5th
In summer, itâ€™s hot. Sun warms very much.
Paula Ferrer, 5th
In autumn, it´s fresh. It is windy.
José Antonio Balastegui, 5th
Mario Collados, 1st
Solar panels are big, flat and brilliant.
Solar panels are on the roofs.
Rosario Triguero, 5 years
Solar panels take the heat of the Sun.
Solar panels Keep the heat of the Sun.
Solar panels produce energy.
Sun power is good and clean.
Sun energy doesnâ€™t contaminate.
Sun energy doesnâ€™t become exhausted.
These are solar pan Villalba. They are i
nels of the school in in the roof terrace.