Bibble project part 3

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  • This is the moon Europa. It is the smallest of the 4 Galilean moons orbiting Jupiter.Diameter- 3,121.6 kmMass- 0.008 Earths
  • This is the moon Io. It is the innermost of the 4 Galilean moons orbiting Jupiter.Diameter- 3,642.3 kmMass- 0.014 Earths
  • This is the moon Titan. It is the largest of Saturn's moons.Diameter- 5,149.5 kmMass- 0.0225 Earths
  • This is the moon Enceladus. It is the 6th largest moon of Saturn. Diameter- 504.2 kmMass- 0.000018 Earths
  • This is the dwarf planet Pluto. It was demoted from a planet to a dwarf planet.Distance from sun- 5,906,380,000 kmDiameter- 2376.6 kmMass- .002 Earths
  • This is the dwarf planet Eris. It is the second-largest and most massive known in the solar system.Distance from sun- 14,062,199,874 kmDiameter- 2,326 kmMass- .0027 Earths
  • The Asteroid Belt is where most of the asteroids are in our solar system.Average size of objects- Their size ranges from specks of dust to the size of a Dwarf Planet. It's average diameter is 200 km.Quantity of objects- It is estimated to have between 1.1 and 1.9 million asteroids larger than a kilometer and millions of smaller asteroids.Primary composition of objects- Rocks and metals including iron, nickel, gold and platinum.
  • The Kuiper Belt is the part of our solar system that contains comets, asteroids, and dwarf planets.Average size of objects- ranges from small faint objects to the size of Pluto.Quantity of objects-There could be up to 100 million objects with a diameter of 20 km or less in addition to larger objects.Primary composition of objects- Frozen methane, nitrogen, ammonia and water.
  • We would love to know about where you come from
  • Wow! You sure know a lot about your solar system.
  • Sorry, I can't tell you that. I believe you will find it out on your own one day. But I haven't explained why I am here yet. Can you help me patch up a hole in my UFO.
  • Of course!
  • The next day...
  • Bye! We did not even catch their name.
  • I am Bibble
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