The difference ofâ€¦.TIME!!!! By:TANNER GRAY
The difference of time By: Tanner Gray
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Table of contents PAGE 1 Introduction PAGE 3 Measuring time! PAGE 5 Seasons! PAGE 7 Conclusion PAGE 9 Glossary PAGE 11 Work cited PAGE 13 About the author PAGE 15
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Introduction A day is determined by the rotation in space. According to NASA SPACE PLACE , Earth’s day is 24 hours which is one day on earth. A day on Mercury is 58 earth days. A day on Venus 243 earth days. A day on Mars is 24 hours and 37 minutes which is just 37 minutes longer than an earth day. Jupiter’s day is 9 hours and 55 minutes. Saturn’s day is 10 hours and 33 minutes. Uranus’s days are 17 hours and 14 minutes. Neptune’s day is 16 hours and 6 minutes.
Measuring time Did you know that you can measure time from space? You measure time by picking a location such as Raleigh NC. First, you note where your location is, then you start a timer or stopwatch, after that you wait till it comes back to the location, when it is back, stop your timer or stopwatch and see what the time is! That should tell you how long a day is on the planet. Saturn you can not do as easy because Saturn's magnetic field is curvy so your location will end up somewhere else.
Seasons All planets have seasons, there are four seasons, Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. All planets have seasons because of two reasons, one reason is that how the axis tilts. The axis is the rotation around the Earth and the Solar System. Another reason is the distance from the planet to the sun. Some planets have 4 or 5 seasons. Here are the planets that have 4 seasons. Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. Mercury only has 2 seasons.
Conclusion Time is complicated because you can’t go back in time or go forward in time. Time is confusing because all the numbers and counting. Benjamin Franklin said this about time, ”you may delay, but time will not”. That is what Benjamin Franklin said about time. Thank you for reading my book.
Glossary 1. Axis, The rotation of something. 2. Solar System, the collection of eight planets. 3. Magnetic field, a region around a magnetic material or a moving electric charge. 4. Seasons, spring, summer, fall, winter. 5. Rotation, The action of rotating around an axis or center.
Works Cited 1. https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/ 2. https://www.universetoday.com/author/mwill/ 3. https://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2 000/interplanetaryseasons
About the Author
Hy my name is Tanner Gray. I was the one who wrote this book. I wrote this book because we had to choose a subject and I chose time. That is why I chose time. I hope you enjoyed this book. Thank you for reading.
TIME. Time is a very hard subject, so that is why i did a book on time because not a lot of people know a lot about time, so I am helping others know more about time. Hope you enjoy the book.
you have nothing but time to read this book.