Interesting  facts about Venus

Venus is the hottest planet. Most people think that it is Mercury, because Mercury is closest to the sun. Actually, heatwaves get pushed  by the other planets and hit Venus, then Venus absorbs the heat, which makes Venus the hottest planet.

How the Universe came about.

It is quite simple to figure out how the universe came about.  You just go back in history to the beginning using the BIBLE.

Where GOD said "let there be light" and there was light and he divided the light from the darkness. God divided the waters from the firmament. The firmament he called Heaven and the waters he called Earth.


That's how the universe came about; GOD made it all.

Interesting facts about Uranus 

Uranus was discovered by William Herschel, who originally wanted to call it Georgian star after king George the Third. But people complained because they thought it was too political, so they voted on it and that's when it got the name of Uranus, and the nickname of the Ice Giant.  

Interesting facts about Mercury

Mercury is a grayish-white color on the outside, depending on the minerals. Mercury is the smallest and innermost planet in our Solar System. Mercury is 0.4 astronomical units away from the sun. Mercury has been known for a long time. We do not know who found Mercury, but many people have known of it, such as: the ancient Chinese, Egyptians and Hindus. Knowledge of Mercury has been found in ancient Egyptian tombs dating back to 1500B.C.

Interesting facts about Jupiter

Jupiter has 67 moons. In January 1610, Galileo Galilei discovered four moons of Jupiter. There names are: Europa, Lo, Ganymede, and Callisto. Jupiter is a mix of white, orange, brown, and red on the outside. 

Interesting facts about Earth

There are a lot of interesting facts about Earth. The most important is it holds life, like people and animals (dogs, cats, and horses),

and it holds water and food. Earth can go around the sun, so the whole world will have a even temperature; some of us will not freeze and the other half of us will not burn up. The Earth is very important to people and animals. 

Interesting facts about Mars 

Mars is a reddish-butterscotch planet from far away. The surface color is golden, brown, tan, and greenish depending on the minerals. Mars is  the fourth planet from the sun. The planet Mars is named after the Roman god of war. The land on Mars is very similar to the land on Earth.