BIG BANG THEORY
It is the most famous and widely accepted by the scientific community, and suggests that the Universe is in continuous expansion.
Today, we know that the Solar System is composed of 1 central star called Sun, 8 planets, asteroids, dwarf planets, natural satellites, comets and many other celestial bodies.
The Sun is a G-type star of the main sequence that covers approximately 99.86% of the mass of the solar system.
Mercury is the planet closest to the sun in the solar system. It has a much lower severity than the earth and is mainly composed of Potassium and Sodium.
Venus is the second planet in the smallest solar system (not counting Pluto, which is not currently a planet). It does not have satellites.
The earth, the planet we know the most (as one might expect) and the only one that is habitable in natural conditions by the human being of the entire solar system.
Mars is the last planet that is part of the inner planets of the solar system. Its color is thanks to the iron oxide that predominates on its surface.
Jupiter is composed mainly of hydrogen (more than 80%) and helium (more than 17%). It does not have a defined surface, and in it you can find gusts of wind of more than 500 kilometers per hour.
Saturn is famous for the system of rings that surround it, it is the second planet with the largest size and mass of the solar system (after Jupiter).
Uranus is a planet of the solar system that has a composition very similar to that of Neptune Given its distance from the Sun, its atmosphere is the coldest of the entire solar system.
Neptune, officially we are facing the last planet of the solar system and the furthest away therefore. Also, it is the last planet of the so-called outer planets or gaseous giants.
THE DAIRY ROUTE
The Moon is the only natural satellite on Earth.
MADE BY: DANNA VALENTINA SANCHEZ TOVAR 1001