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# solar system.pptx

the different gravity in the solar system

the different gravity in the solar system

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1. 1. The gravity in the solar system Moyra González Camacho Grecia Iñiguez Bugarin Lucia Ortega Altamirano Julieta Vigil Rios Diego González Navarro Luna Garcia Maravilla Leonardo Alvarez Correa
2. 2. MASS ● Mass, in physics, quantitative measure of inertia, a fundamental property of all matter. It is, in effect, the resistance that a body of matter offers to a change in its speed or position upon the application of a force. The greater the mass of a body, the smaller the change produced by an applied force.
3. 3. DIAMETER ● The diameter of a circle is any segment of a straight line that passes through the center of the circle and whose ends are in the circumference of the circle. There are infinite points in the circumference of a circle, this means that a circle has an infinite number of diameters, and each diameter of the circle is of equal lenght.
4. 4. Density ● Density is defined as the ratio of the mass of an object to the volume of space the object takes up.
5. 5. Gravity Gravity is one of the most fundamental forces in the universe. Every object in the universe has a gravitational pull on every other object. The sun's gravity keeps all of our solar system's planets in orbit. Each planet, moon, and asteroid, on the other hand, has its own gravitational pull defined by its density, size, mass, and proximity to other celestial bodies.
6. 6. Escape velocity (km/s) ● Kilometer per second (km/s) is a unit of speed. One km/s is the equivalent of 1000 m/s or 3600 km/h.
7. 7. The gravity in the solar system MASS DIAMETER DENSITY GRAVITY ESCAPE VELOCITY (KM/S) MERCURY 0.33 4,879 5,427 3.7 4.3 VENUS 4.87 12,104 5,243 8.9 10.4 EARTH 5.97 12,756 5,514 9.8 11.2 MARS 0.642 6,792 3,933 3.7 5.0 JUPITER 1,898 142,984 1,326 23.1 59.5 SATURN 568 120,536 687 9.0 35.5 URANUS 86.8 51,118 1,271 8.7 21.3 NEPTUNE 102 49,528 1,638 11.0 23.5 PLUTO 0.0146 2,370 2,095 0.7 1.3
8. 8. How high could a human being jump on each planet of the solar system? ● Mercury: If we don't get burnt, we could jump up to 1.2 meters on the closest planet to the Sun. ● Venus: The environmental conditions on Venus are also terrible, but we would only jump half a meter, or about 0.6 meters. ● Earth: 0.5 meters is the average jump height for humans on Earth. ● Mars: 1.2 meters would allow us to jump above the light gravity of the Red Planet. ● Jupiter: Jupiter is the largest of all the planets, so it gives us the most gravity and the least momentum, only 0.2 meters. ● Saturn: The second largest planet Saturn jumps only 0.4 meters. ● Uranus: On Uranus, we jump about 0.6 meters if you don't freeze. ● Pluto: Pluto is considered a dwarf planet due to its size, which also affects gravity and the jumps there, which would be up to 7.6 meters.
9. 9. Video ● https://www.videoman.gr/es/188011
10. 10. ● The Editors of Encyclopedia Britannica. (2021). mass. En Encyclopedia Britannica. ● Diameter of a circle. (s/f). Cuemath.com. Recuperado el 31 de enero de 2023, de https://www.cuemath.com/geometry/diameter/ ● Rus, C. (2021, mayo 8). Cómo de alto podría saltar un ser humano en cada planeta (y otros astros) de Sistema Solar. Xataka.com; Xataka. https://www.xataka.com/espacio/como-alto-podria-saltar-ser- humano-cada-planeta-otros-astros-sistema-solar ● LePan, N. (2021, agosto 11). This visualization shows the gravitational pull of objects in our solar system. World Economic Forum. https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2021/08/visualizing-gravitational- pull-planets-solar-system