Titus has been working on some star studded snow photography around our place this week. Below is winterized version of the Cross and Cosmos photo which headlines this blog.
Click here for a flashback from our Hawaiian homeschool 6 years ago! Below are few factoids from this week’s study on Uranus.
Titania is Uranus’s largest moon. Pictures taken by the voyager 2 spacecraft show that it is made of ice and rock. The pictures also show that the surface of Titania has enormous canyons. One of the largest canyons is almost 1,000 miles long. Which is roughly the circumference (distance around) of Titania. That’s about half the size of our moon (by Nate, 11)
Uranus might look like a sleeping planet because it is lying down. So its rings are vertical orbiting over its poles. It rotates sideways, not up and down like other planets. God may have created it this way or an giant comet hit it causing it to topple over on its side we do not know for sure (by Joel, 13).
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I trained him well. 🙂
uh huh :). I’ll have him post a couple more next Friday.