Monday, October 20, 2008

Saturn

This is our photo story on the planet Saturn. One thing we did really well was choosing pictures. Next time we will do more recording. Something I learned about the Solar System is that the inner planets are solid and the outer planets are made out of gas. A question I still have is witch is the last planet Ceris or Eires? While we were working I think we were really creative.

14 comments:

Carlos said...

I like the pictureyou took at the bigginning.

Servando said...

I liked your video and pictures but theres only one problem i cant hear anithing!

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Servando said...

I liked your video and pictures but theres only one problem i cant hear anithing!

Daniel said...

I really liked the way you put lots of deatails.What kinds of food might you need?Also why is it so cold on your planet?

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Fernando said...

What kind of food do you need.It was great.WAY TO GO.

Mr. Schwartzfarb said...

Great job! I am very impressed with both your facts and excellent graphics. Bravo.

Joseph Miller said...

Hey Team,

Interesting video about Saturn. I didn't realize it would take me six years to get to Saturn if I took a rocket there. I have a couple of questions: you said the atmosphere of Saturn is made of helium and hydrogen and humans could not live there. Why? How is that different from Earth's atmosphere?

You mentioned that the gravity is different on Saturn than on Earth. What is the difference? Stronger gravity or weaker gravity? Why do you think it is difference? Hint: I think I might have read a Magic School Bus book once about gravity and it said size of the planet might matter.

Michael said...

Team Saturn,

Thank you for all your great information. It is interesting to hear that it would take six years to reach Saturn.

The details throughout the photostory were informative. A question I have about Saturn is about its rings and what they are made of.

Great Job,

Mr. Tanner

Haley said...

I like the space vido.

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Anonymous said...

freinds.

by Aaron

Haley said...

Good job!nice work team staturn!well dun. How far is saturn from the sun?