Zhiganova Maria, Kurlova Anna, Tsvang Svetlana
1. There is drinkable water on the planet.
2. There is enough air on the planet.
3. There is a source of food on the planet.
4. The temperature on the planet is suitable for people.
5. The size of the planet is enough for the humanity to live on it.
- its place in Solar System
- surface temperature
- size (diameter)
- number of moons
- if there is drinkable water
- if there is air
- an interesting fact
- the closest planet to the Sun
- -173 - +427 C
- 4,879 km
- 0 moons
- If you were standing on Mercury’s surface, the sun would look three times as large as it does when you see it from Earth, and the sunlight would be seven times brighter.
- is situated between Mercury and Earth
- +462 C
- 12,101 km
- 0 moons
- Venus is covered in valleys, mountains and tens of thousands of volcanoes.
- is situated between Earth and Jupiter
- -153 to 20 °C
- 6,752 km
- 2 moons
- there was some water found
- It has a distinctive red color and was therefore associated with battles and war and named after the Roman god of war.
- is situated between Mars and Saturn
- -148 °C
- 133,709 km
- 79 moons
- Jupiter’s storms are incredibly huge.
- is situated between Jupiter and Uranus
- -190 - -150 C
- 108,728 km
- 62 moons
- There is no weather like on Saturn anywhere in the known solar system.
- is situated between Saturn and Neptune
- -216 °C
- 49,946 km
- Uranus has a blue-green color from all of the methane gas in its atmosphere.
- is situated moat far from the Sun
- -220 C
- 48,682 km
- Scientists believe that there may be an unknown element that causes Neptune to have a more intense color.
Criteria of presentation:
1. The needed facts are mentioned.
2. The usage of vocabulary and grammar.
3. The ability to present (speaking skills)
4. The picture is shown.
There is no planet in Solar System suitable for life except the Earth.