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Moons of the Solar System

LG-2009-09-572-HQ — JPL 400-1344K 09/09 Moons — also called satellites — come in many shapes, sizes, and types. They are generally solid bodies, and few have atmospheres.

Moons of Saturn

LG-2009-09-576-HQ — JPL 400-1344O 09/09. Saturn, the sixth planet from the Sun, is home to a vast array of intriguing and unique satellites — 53 plus 9 awaiting official

Moons of the Solar System

National Aeronautics and Space Administration. www.nasa.gov. Moons of the Solar System. National Aeronautics and Space Administration Earth’s Moon

Internet Worksheet 8; Moons, Rings and Pluto.

Name _____ Astronomy Online Internet Worksheet 8; Moons, Rings and Pluto. First, we will look at Jupiter's four largest satellites, then we will go out to Saturn and Pluto.

Saturn's Moons

Saturn's Moons Saturn's Moons Questions, Answers, and Cool Things to Think About National Aeronautics and Space Administration Discovering Saturn:The Real Lord of the Rings Grades 3-4 Lesson 5 BOOKLET 4 EG-2007-03-013-JPL*

Saturn's Moons

Saturn Educator Guide • Cassini Program website — http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/cassini/educatorguide • EG-1999-12-008-JPL LESSON 2 31 Saturn's Moons Students use the data provided on a set of Saturn Moon Cards to compare Saturn's moons with Earth's Moon, and to explore moon properties and ...

Moons in Orbit - by Katie Clark Did you know that other ...

Name: _____ Moons in Orbit by Katie Clark Did you know that other planets have moons, too? These moons are called satellites.

ASTR 380 Possibilities for Life on the Moons of Giant Planets

ASTR 380 Possibilities for Life on the Moons of Giant Planets Let's first consider the large gas planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune Planets to scale with Sun in background

Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter Fact Sheet

Project Prometheus Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter Fact Sheet What Is the Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter? NASA is developing plans for an ambitious mission to orbit three planet-sized moons of Jupiter -- Callisto, Ganymede and Europa -- which may harbor vast oceans beneath their icy surfaces.

The Galilean Moons and the - Nature of their Magnetic Fields

The Galilean Moons and the Nature of their Magnetic Fields A Thesis Submitted in Partial Satisfaction of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Physics at the University of California, Santa Cruz Jon Jonsson June 1, 2009 ...