The Sun, Earth, and Moon

Reviewng comparing/contrasting between Sun, Earth, and Moon.

Sun, Earth, and Moon

  • The Sun gives off light, its made of gases (mostly helium and hydrogen), takes 27-35 days to rotate on its axis, has sun spots, is in the middle of the solar system, and is the closets star to Earth.




  • The Sun and Earth both have objects orbiting it.




  • The Earth has liquid water,1 day/24 hours (23 hours and 56 minutes to be exact) to rotate on is axis, life, is a planet, and has an atmosphere.




  • The Earth and Moon both reflect light, has rocky surface, has mountains, has craters, and orbits around another object.




  • The Moon is a satellite, takes 27 (27.322 days to be exact) days to rotate on its axis, and is the only thing that has phases.




  • The Sun and Moon both don't have liquid water, have no life, and no atmosphere.




  • All these objects have gravity, more some than others but does.

Definitions

Sun-The star around which the earth orbits.

Earth-The planet on which we live the world.

Moon-the natural satellite of the earth, visible (at night) by reflected light from the Sun.

Author

This is by Adilin Alvarado.