The Solar SystemWhat is the solar system made of?The Solar System13 hours ago in Academic Essays More Like This
The solar system is made of 3 main parts, our sun, the planets, and moons. There are also other things like comets (the Kuiper belt) and asteroids (the asteroid belt).
What is a star made of?
A star is made of boiling gas like hydrogen and helium. Our sun is an example of a star. When a star gets older its elements will leave layers like a jawbreaker.
The deeper you go into a star the heavier the elements get.
What are the different types of planets?
In our solar system there are two types of planets, gas giants and rocky planets. Gas giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) are made of gas like stars, but the gas is not boiling, in fact they are freezing! The farther away you are from the
Rain: W4: D3Rain, or to be more scientific, the precipitate which falls from the sky as water vapour in the form of clouds condenses due to the drop in temperature at high altitudes, is a key part of the Earth’s homeostatic balance as it forms part of the water cycle which ensures the same volume of water is held tightly within the Earth’s resource pool at all times.Rain: W4: D313 hours ago in Academic Essays More Like This
The water cycle is the process where water evaporates from seas and oceans; it then rises up into the lower levels of the atmosphere as water vapours (which we see as cloud formations). As this water vapours rises it reaches cooler temperatures causing the gaseous structure of the water molecules to condense back into a liquid state where they continue to remain suspended inside the pockets of water vapour until such a time when the ratio of gas to liquid molecules inverts, thus the vapour becomes too heavy to suspend the liquid, hence the liquid falls back to Earth as rain. The rain then slowly moves from land, via stream