Solar System

by Mortified Increase

originally from "Solar System - SAMPLE" by Magenta Gel

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Description

I made a Solar System using the provided materail.

Concepts

simple events, input/output, direction and turning, simple motion, pen color, simple loops, delays, simple drawing, pen size, advanced costume handling, simple sound playing

  • #Lines:160
  • #Actors:10
  • #Costumes:10
  • #Scripts:40

Text Snippets

  • mercury is the closest planet to the sun, and is very hot. mercury is usually a white-red colour due to the heat it contains inside. ths planet has not been explored by a human but has pictures from sattelites and drones in space.
  • venus is the second closest to the sun and is adjacent to earth. many scientists beleive that venus is the next inhabitable planet except for mars.
  • earth is the only habitable planet in the solar system so far and is third from the sun. this is the planet that humans live on.
  • mars is next to earth and has many storms. the biggest storm in the solar system is here, with a 400 km diameter. mars is probably the next most habitale planet for us because it is close (talking in solar system size).
  • jupiter is the biggest planet in the solar system and is dense. this planet is actually in the middle of all the planets!
  • saturn is the only planet with a see-able ring around. this ring is from air from saturn, and many rocks and ice clusters forming around the planet. this planet is a gas giant.
  • uranus rotates the other way and has 13 rings around it, although you can not see the rings. uranus has 27 moons and also has traces of water.
  • neptune is considered the furthest planet from the sun because pluto is a dwarf planet. it is a gas giant and its colour on the outside is blue.
  • pluto is not considered a planet, but a dwarf planet this is because it is so small!

Images

  • background scene - Blue Hexagons
    background scene - Blue Hexagons
  • background scene - space
    background scene - space
  • Sun - Sun
    Sun - Sun
  • Mercury - Mercury
    Mercury - Mercury
  • Venus - Venus
    Venus - Venus
  • Earth - Earth
    Earth - Earth
  • Mars - Mars
    Mars - Mars
  • Jupiter - Jupiter
    Jupiter - Jupiter
  • Saturn - Saturn
    Saturn - Saturn
  • Uranus - Uranus
    Uranus - Uranus
  • Neptune - Neptune
    Neptune - Neptune
  • Pluto - Pluto
    Pluto - Pluto