The planets are fascinating, but
there is so much information! You are probably not all that interested
about planets, but there may be a day that you want to learn more
information. The Internet and reference books can help you find
information. Try and find a site or book that can help you fill in the
blanks on the data sheet. Get the information in metric if you can, it
not state what units you found the answer in. The column labeled
"Satellites" refer to the number of moons that the planet
has revolving around it.
In Data II you are asked to find
the rotation on its axis in days and revolution around the Sun in
days. Also find the number of rings, if it has any. Your teacher might
want you to find more information. But use the extra room if you find
something you think is interesting.