Sunday, 20 May 2018

Stardome

On tuesday room 8 and room 7 we went to the stardome.
We went inside a room that had a projector in it and the instructor was talking to us about stuff.
The instructor was talking about planets,sun,stars and about how big the planets are.
When he was talking about the planets he was also talking about the dwarf planets called makemake,pluto,haumea,ceres and eris and he was talking about the rocky planets and the gas giants.
We were talking about all of the planets that have moons.  Earth,jupiter,mars,saturn,uranus and neptune.


Thursday, 10 May 2018

Sunlight on earth

what is the sun and what does it do?

Story connecter

sun information report's

Title: sunlight on the earth
Paragraph: what is the sun?
  • Star
  • Does not move
  • Surrounded by 8 planets
  • Part of the solar system
  • Small - big


Paragraph 2: What its made of?
  • 99.87% Hg
  • Core is the hottest part of the sun
  • Its hot
  • Energy


Paragraph 3: What does the sun do?
  • Compass
  • Shadow
  • West
  • Egyptian
  • Sunflowers know where the sun is??
  • Total darkness
  • 8 minutes -
  • produces light and warmth











The Sun!
The sun’s scientific name is sol.


What is the sun?
The sun is a star that is part of our solar system. The sun sits at the centre of the solar system, it is orbited by 8 planets which rotate at the same time. The sun is the biggest part of our solar system, but it’s small compared to other suns in other systems. The sun does not move because it’s a star.

What is the sun made of?
The sun is made of energy. The sun produces energy, called solar energy which can be used to power homes on Earth. The core is the hottest part of the sun, it is 27 million degrees F*/15 million degrees C*. It’s made of Hydrogen gas which is sometimes known as Hg.


What does the sun do?
The sun produces light and heat. In the olden days egyptians used to think that the sun is a god and they would worship it. If the sun wasn’t in the solar system then there would be total darkness and nothing. It takes 8 minutes for the light from the surface of the sun to travel to earth.


Conclusion!

The sun called sol, sits at the center of the solar system and produces light and heat.