Planets Song in our Solar System/Planets Compilation



[MUSIC PLAYING] There are eight planets
in the solar system. We revolve around the Sun. Join us to learn about
the different planets. Now sing along
and have some fun. My name is Mercury. I'm the second hottest planet,
the closest one to the Sun. A year on my surface is 88 days. I'm the smallest,
but I'm lots of fun. My name is Venus. I'm the hottest planet, but
the second planet from the Sun. I'm the brightest planet
in our solar system, and I'm too hot for anyone. My name is Earth. I'm the planet you live on,
the third planet from the Sun. I'm the only planet with organic
life, so take care of me, because we're all one. My name is Mars. I am red in color. I'm the fourth
planet from the Sun. I have the highest mountain
in our solar system, a volcano named Olympus Mons. There are eight planets
in the solar system. We revolve around the Sun. Join us to learn about
the different planets. Now sing along
and have some fun. My name is Jupiter. I am covered in clouds. I'm the fifth
planet from the Sun. My giant red spot
is a raging storm. As for size, I'm
the biggest one. My name is Saturn. I am brown in color. I'm the sixth
planet from the Sun. My outer rings are
extremely thin. They're made of
dust and icy chunks. My name's Uranus. I am blue color. I'm the seventh
planet from the Sun. Humans have named
me the icy planet because I am the coldest one. My name is Neptune. I am blue in color. I'm the eighth
planet from the Sun. I have too many storms
in my atmosphere, and I'm the furthest
planet from the Sun. There are eight planets
in the solar system. We revolve around the Sun. Join us to learn about
the different planets. Now sing along
and have some fun. [INTERMITTENT BEEPING] [MUSIC PLAYING] I'm a star called the Sun. I'm the center of
our solar system. You revolve around me as
we fly around the galaxy. All of the planets
in our solar system, they orbit, well,
they follow me. 230 million years is the time
I take to fly around the Milky Way galaxy. I don't have a solid surface. I'm made up of gases held
together by my own gravity. I'm made of 92.1% hydrogen,
H2, and 7.8% helium, HE. I'm a star called the Sun. I'm the center of
our solar system. You revolve around me as
we fly around the galaxy. My core is 25% of my total
mass and 27 million degrees. My energy is the reason
there is life on Earth. There'll be no charge,
because I'm totally free. My mass makes up 99.8%
of our solar system. Nothing in our
system's hot as me. I'm a star called the Sun. I'm the center of
our solar system. You revolve around me as
we fly around the galaxy. Let's fly, let's fly. Let's fly, let's fly. Let's fly, let's fly. Let's fly, let's fly. Let's fly, let's fly. [MUSIC PLAYING] I am the first planet
from our Sun, you see. My name is Mercury. Nothing orbits faster than me. The smallest planet with
the second hottest degree. My name is Mercury. No one is smaller than me. Messenger of the gods
is what Mercury means. The Romans gave me
my name, because I'm the fastest they'd seen. A bit bigger I'd be than the
Earth's moon that you see. To fill the Earth one time,
it would take 18 of me. I am the first planet
from our Sun that beams, but I'm the second hottest. I can reach 800 degrees. 88 Earth days is the amount that
I take to orbit our Sun once. That makes one year on me. I am the first planet
from our Sun, you see. My name is Mercury. Nothing orbits faster than me. The smallest planet with
the second hottest degree. My name is Mercury. No one is smaller than me. 59 Earth days equals
one day on me. My surface is made of stone,
covered in craters, you see. Oxygen, sodium, hydrogen,
helium, and potassium make up my exosphere. I have no moons,
and I have no rings, but I'm the second densest
planet, amongst other things. I am the first planet
from our Sun, you see. My name is Mercury. Nothing orbits faster than me. The smallest planet with
the second hottest degree. My name is Mercury. No one is smaller than me. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] I am Venus. I'm the second
planet from the Sun, and the slowest rotating
one of all the planets in our solar system. Now learn and have some fun. 243 Earth days is how long it
takes for me to orbit the Sun. That makes just one of my days. I'm 900 degrees. Yeah, that's Fahrenheit. I'm the hottest planet in the
solar system, that's right. The sun sets in my east
and comes up in my west. Due to retrograde rotation,
I spin backwards the best. I'm the third brightest
object to the naked eye from the planet of Earth
when you look up in the sky. I am Venus. I'm the second
planet from the Sun, and I'm the slowest rotating
one of all the planets in our solar system. Now learn and have some fun. Carbon dioxide and
sulphuric acid clouds is what makes up my atmosphere,
and for this, I am very proud. Volcanoes, mountains, craters,
and some big lava planes are what make up
my bumpy surface, and my clouds make no rain. I was named Venus, after
the goddess of love. The Romans gave me my name
due to my brightness above. I am Venus. I'm the second
planet from the Sun, and I'm the slowest rotating
one of all the planets in our solar system. Now learn and have some fun. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] I am the Earth, the only
planet with organic life. With 8.7 million species,
we all fight to survive. You all live on me, so
work like bees in a hive and keep this planet
really healthy so that we can all thrive. My atmosphere is 78%
nitrogen. Another 21% of it is oxygen and other small
percentages of other elements. Without my atmosphere
around, you would be frozen. I take 365 Earth days
to orbit the Sun. 24 hours makes one day. That's just one
time that I'm spun. You won't fly off into space. Gravity's pulling you down as
fast as 9.8 meters a second towards the ground. I am the Earth, the only
planet with organic life. With 8.7 million species,
we all fight to survive. You all live on me, so
work like bees in a hive and keep this planet
really healthy so that we can all thrive. There are 12 different types
of climates that exist on me. Moderate, polar, dry, and
tropical are four groups, you see. Then there is continental. It is the fifth category. One climate in no group is
highland, way above the sea. I'm the third
planet from the Sun. No one is denser me. My axis tilted 23.5,
yeah, that's my degree. 4.5 billion years ago was
when I was born, you see. I am the Earth, the only
planet with organic life. With 8.7 million species,
we all fight to survive. You all live on me so
work like bees in a hive and keep this planet
really healthy so that we can all thrive. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] Let's visit the planet of Mars. There's so much to learn
on the planet of Mars. The red planet in
a billion stars. Come and sing along
about the planet of Mars. I'm the fourth planet
from our burning Sun and the second smallest
planet in our solar system. I have the tallest mountain
named Olympus Mons. It's the biggest volcano
in our whole system. Phobos and Deimos
are my two moons. Phobos is larger of
the orbiting two. It circles me three times
a day, and that's true, but it takes 30 hours
for Deimos to loop. Let's visit the planet of Mars. There's so much to learn
on the planet of Mars. The red planet in
a billion stars. Come and sing along
about the planet of Mars. I'm 142 million miles away
from the Sun and its heat, and that's why I'm chilly. When you're on my surface,
then you'll probably freeze. I am a cold negative 81 degrees. 24 hours and 37 minutes
long is a full day on Mars, so you've learned in this song. 687 is the amount
of days it takes to orbit the Sun for
my year to take place. Let's visit the planet of Mars. There's so much to learn
on the planet of Mars. The red planet in
a billion stars. Come and sing along
about the planet of Mars. Let's visit the planet of Mars. There's so much to learn
on the planet of Mars. The red planet in
a billion stars. Come and sing along
about the planet of Mars. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] I am Ceres, the
smallest dwarf planet, the closest dwarf to the
Sun, the star that we orbit. Yeah, I am Ceres. I'm in the asteroid belt.
Between Jupiter and Mars is where my presence
is felt. I was spotted for the
first time in 1801 by Giuseppe Piazzi,
the Sicilian. I was named after the
goddess of agriculture. The Romans gave me my name
in their time and culture. I am the smallest planet
in our solar system. It takes 4.6 years for
me to go around our Sun. I am Ceres, the
smallest dwarf planet, the closest dwarf to the
Sun, the star that we orbit. Yeah, I am Ceres. I'm in the asteroid belt.
Between Jupiter and Mars is where my presence is
felt. NASA's exploring me with a space probe named Don
and found a crater named Occator that had bright spots on. Nobody really knows why
those sports are there, what they're from, but
with all these scientists, I'm sure the answer will come. Then, 2006, my status
changed to a dwarf. Before that, I was a planet
and I was an asteroid. I am Ceres, the
smallest dwarf planet, the closest dwarf to the
Sun, the star that we orbit. Yeah, I am Ceres. I'm in the asteroid belt.
Between Jupiter and Mars is where my presence is felt. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] My name is Jupiter, the
biggest planet, you see. No planet in our solar
system is bigger than me. My name is Jupiter. A windy planet I be, and I have
62 moons that rotate around me so free. The Romans gave me my
name after their king of the gods, because
my size is so massive in the sea of the stars. Callisto, Europa,
Ganymede, and Io are my four biggest
moons found by Galileo. I'm the fastest spinning
planet in our solar system. 10 hours equals one day. My days are short as they come. It takes 12 Earth years
for me to orbit the Sun. That makes one
year on my surface. That's a really long run. My name is Jupiter, the
biggest planet you see. No planet in our solar
system is bigger than me. My name is Jupiter. A windy planet I be,
and I have 62 moons that rotate round me so free. 89,000 miles is the
amount that I'm wide. I'm so big you could
fit 1,000 Earths inside. I've got a giant red spot. It is a raging storm. Scientists think 400 years
ago is when it took form. Hydrogen and helium make
up most of my atmosphere. I am a gas giant and
an impressive sphere. 3.13 is the amount of degrees
that I tilt on my axis. Let's sing the chorus, please. My name is Jupiter, the
biggest planet, you see. No planet in our solar
system is bigger than me. My name is Jupiter. A windy planet I be,
and I have 62 moons that rotate round me so free. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] I am Saturn, the sixth
planet from the Sun. I'm known for my
rings by everyone. I'm the second largest
planet in our solar system. Please come sing along
until my teachings are done. Out of my 62 moons,
53 are named. I am a gas giant all
astronomers claim. 36,184 is my radius in
miles for you to explore. 10.44 meters, that's
per second you drop. That's my gravity pulling
towards my surface top. 10 hours and 39 minutes
long is a day on my surface. Let's sing this song. I am Saturn, the sixth
planet from the Sun. I'm known for my
rings by everyone. I'm the second largest
planet in our solar system. Please come sing along
until my teachings are done. It takes 29 years for
me to orbit the Sun, and my rings are made up
of rock and icy chunks. 886 million miles away is
my distance from the sun. That is why I'm chilly. Hydrogen and helium
are what I'm mostly made of in my atmosphere
from the surface above. 26.7 is the amount of
degrees I spin on my axis. I'm so cold that you freeze. I am Saturn, the sixth
planet from the Sun. I'm known for my
rings by everyone. I'm the second largest
planet in our solar system. Please come sing along
until my teachings are done. I am Saturn, the sixth
planet from the Sun. I'm known for my
rings by everyone. I'm the second largest
planet in our solar system. Please come sing along
until my teachings are done. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] I am Uranus, and I
have 13 rings now. Come sing along
and learn about me. Oh, I am Uranus, the
seventh planet from the Sun. About 17 hours is
just one day on me. I have 27 moons named after
Shakespeare characters, and I have 13 rings that
you can clearly see. About 84 Earth years makes
just one Uranian year, and my seasons last
about 20 years each. Negative 350 is
my average degree, and William Herschel
did discover me. I am Uranus, and I
have 13 rings now. Come sing along
and learn about me. 2.9 billion miles is my
distance from our Sun, and I am an icy giant. It's so cold on me. My atmosphere is mostly made
up of the following three– hydrogen, methane,
and helium, HE. The tilt of my axis
is at 98 degrees. It's one of the steepest
tilts in our galaxy. Most of my mass is made up
of the following three– water, methane, and
ammonia, and H3. I am Uranus, and I
have 13 rings now. Come sing along
and learn about me. I'd like to thank
you for learning about the planets on this page. Go subscribe to us, please,
no matter what your age. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] My name is Neptune, the eighth
planet from our burning Sun. I've got six rings made of
dust and some rocky chunks. I got my name from the Romans. It means God of the sea. My upper atmosphere has methane. That's why I have blue on me. Hydrogen and helium are
the rest of my atmosphere. I have 13 moons with one still
waiting to confirm it's here. Minus 392 degrees, an average
day on me, and my winds are the strongest than any
planet in our system, see. My name is Neptune, the eighth
planet from our burning Sun. I've got six rings made of
dust and some rocky chunks. About 165 Earth years
makes one Neptunian year. 57.7 Earths could fit
in my giant sphere. 2.8 billion miles is my
distance from our Sun. One day on me is about 16
Earth hours of cold fun. No life as we know it
could survive on me. I'm the fourth largest
player in our system. You'd have to agree. My name is Neptune, the eighth
planet from our burning Sun. I've got six rings made of
dust and some rocky chunks. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] My name is Pluto, an
ex-planet of the solar system. I've been demoted to
dwarf planet status, so please listen. I used to be the ninth
planet in our solar system but didn't meet the three
criteria the IAU had written. One, a planet must be
in orbit around our Sun. Two, has the mass to assume
hydrostatic equilibrium. Three, it has cleared the
neighborhood around its orbit. And that is the reason that
I am now a dwarf planet, son. My name is Pluto, an
ex-planet of the solar system. I've been demoted to dwarf
planet status so please listen. I was discovered in
1930 by Clyde Tombaugh. He worked as an astronomer from
Lowell Observatory in Arizona. I was named Pluto by
an 11-year-old girl named Venetia Burney. Pluto was the Roman
god of the underworld. Astronomers recently found
I'm the biggest dwarf planet around. 736.3 is my radius,
and I'm brown. My name is Pluto, an
ex-planet of the solar system. I've been demoted to
dwarf planet status, so please listen. Maybe the IAU will reverse
my status to a planet, but for now, I'm happy
being a dwarf planet, so there you have it. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] My name's Haumea. I am the third
dwarf from the Sun. I am oval in shape due to
the fast rotations I'm spun. My name's Haumea. There is debate on
who discovered me. It was either Caltech or
a Spanish observatory. My first nickname was Santa
before the IAU named me. In 2008, they changed me
to dwarf status officially. Yeah, I am oval. It's because I rotate
at a high speed. One of our system's fastest
rotating large objects, I be. My name, Haumea, comes from
the Hawaiian culture, you see. It means goddess of
childbirth and fertility. My name's Haumea. I am the third
dwarf from the Sun. I am oval in shape due to
the fast rotations I'm spun. I have two moons, Hi'iaka
and Namaka, orbiting me. Namaka is the smaller. Hi'iaka is large and icy. 3.9 hours makes just one
day on my rocky surface. I take 285 Earth years
to make one orbit. My surface is believed to
have a thin but icy coating. Yeah, I'm unique to other
dwarf planets, I am gloating. I'm Haumea. I am the third
dwarf from the Sun. I am oval in shape due to
the fast rotations I'm spun. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] I'm Makemake. I was named by the human race. I'm the third largest dwarf
planet in outer space, and my color is red and
I have no atmosphere. Have you noticed my shape? I am a perfect sphere. On March 31st in 2005 is
when the Palomar Observatory brought me to life. Easter Bunny was my name
when they discovered me. 2008, the IAU confirmed
me officially. They also gave me the
name that remains, Makemake, which was a
Rapa Nui god of fertility. I have no natural satellites
that orbit around me. Negative 239 is
my average degree. I'm Makemake. I was named by the human race. I'm the third largest dwarf
planet in outer space, and my color is red and
I have no atmosphere. Have you noticed my shape? I am a perfect sphere. Molecules named Tholins
are thought to exist on me. They're formed when ultraviolet
light interacts with ethane, you see. These molecules make me the
reddish-brown color I be. No space probes have visited me,
no missions have been deployed. I orbit outside of Neptune,
which means that I'm a Plutoid. I'm found inside the Kuiper belt
with comets and the asteroids. I'm Makemake. I was named by the human race. I'm the third largest dwarf
planet in outer space, and my color is red and
I have no atmosphere. Have you noticed my shape? I am a perfect sphere. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] My name is Eris. I am a dwarf planet. The furthest dwarf from the
sun the humans found yet. On January 5th in 2005,
the Caltech Observatory had brought me to life. A team led by astronomer
Michael Brown, the biggest dwarf in mass is what they had found. They believe my surface is
covered in nitrogen ice, but you'd have to visit me
to make sure that's precise. In 2006, the IAU
named me and gave me dwarf status, yeah, officially. My name is Eris. I am a dwarf planet. The furthest dwarf from the
Sun the humans found yet. Minus 390 is my average degree. If you made it to my surface,
then you'd probably freeze. Dysnomia's my one
natural satellite, see? It means lawlessness, and
it is always orbiting me. I'm 27% more massive
than your Pluto. Yeah, Pluto is slightly
larger than I am, you know. I take 557 Earth years
to orbit the Sun. When I orbit, I leave the
Kuiper belt on my run. My name is Eris. I am a dwarf planet, the
furthest dwarf from the Sun the humans found yet. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] There are eight planets
in our solar system. Wait, wait, wait, wait. You guys had your
chance in the spotlight. It's time to talk
about the dwarf planets in our solar system. Hit it, guys. [MUSIC PLAYING] There are five dwarf
planets in our solar system, and we revolve around the Sun. Four of us live in the Kuiper
belt. As far as planets, we're the smallest ones. My name is Ceres, and
I am a dwarf planet. I'm the closest
dwarf to the Sun. There's mysterious white
spots on my rocky surface, and I am the smallest one. My name is Pluto. I'm a dwarf planet and was
the ninth planet from the Sun. I am one-third water
in the form of ice and have five moons
that are lots of fun. My name's Haumea. I am oval in shape due to the
fast rotations that I make. I take 285 years to orbit the
Sun because I am so far away. There are five dwarf
planets in our solar system, and we revolve around the Sun. Four of us live in the Kuiper
belt. As far as planets, we're the smallest ones. I'm Makemake. I have no atmosphere. I was discovered in 2005. I am one of the reasons
Pluto lost his status, so naturally, we do not jive. My name is Eris. I'm more massive than Pluto. I am big, but I'm lots of fun. 557 is the amount
of years it takes me to revolve around the Sun. There are five dwarf
planets in our solar system, and we revolve around the Sun. Four of us live in the Kuiper
belt. As far as planets, we're the smallest ones. [MUSIC PLAYING] I'm the Moon, Earth's
natural satellite. I rotate the same
speed as the Earth, and I'm a natural
source of light. I'm the Moon. My appearance is gray and white. You only see one-half
of my surface whether it's day or night. It's believe I was created
4.5 billion years ago. When a Mars-sized body
collided with Earth, their debris formed
me real slow. Meteors, asteroids, and
comets struck my surface for a billion years
due to the fact that they don't burn up
in my thin atmosphere. If you wonder what
a moon is, it's a natural satellite, one
that orbits a single planet. The planet orbits
a star so bright. Scientific
observations were first made in 1610 by Galileo
Galilei, the astronomer Italian. I'm the Moon, Earth's
natural satellite. I rotate the same
speed as the Earth, and I'm a natural
source of light. I'm the Moon. My appearance is gray and white. You only see one-half
of my surface, whether it's day or night. When the Earth
spins on its axis, ocean levels stay the same. Then the Moon's
gravitational pull creates the tides
that we see change. 238,900 miles from the
Earth is the distance measured when the first
spaceship landed on my turf. The reason you see
one-half of my surface all the time is
because my rotation's the same speed as the
Earth taught in this rhyme. It takes 27 Earth days for
me to rotate once around. There is no air on my surface
so you won't hear any sound. I'm the Moon, Earth's
natural satellite. I rotate the same
speed as the Earth, and I'm a natural
source of light. I'm the Moon. My appearance is gray and white. You only see one-half
of my surface, whether it's day or night. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] There are four
seasons on the Earth. Here is how they work. Come and sing along. Winter, spring,
summer, and fall, learn about them all
in this catchy song. I'm the Earth. I spin on my axis one
complete time in 24 hours. That's one full day of the year. I am tilted at a degree
between 22.1 and 24.5 within 40,000 years. 365 is the amount of days I
take to orbit the Sun only one time, which makes
one full Earth year. There are four
seasons on the Earth. Here is how they work. Come and sing along. Winter, spring,
summer, and fall, learn about them all
in this catchy song. When I'm tilted towards the
Sun, the Northern Hemisphere is deep in summer, while
the Southern hemisphere, winter is on. When I'm quarter way
around, the north feels fall, while
the south is thawing and their spring
is in full swing. When I'm halfway around
and the north feels winter while the Southern Hemisphere
feels summer's heat. Three-quarters around
and now the north feels spring while
the south feels fall. And that's how the
seasons change. There are four
seasons on the Earth. Here is how they work. Come and sing along. Winter, spring,
summer, and fall, learn about them all
in this catchy song.

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  5. Wait….

    If mercury takes 88 days to orbit the sun but one day on mercury is 59 days so would you multiply 88 by 59?

  6. I love how Jupiter and Saturn half to shift a bit because Saturn's rings are so wide that the Rings of Saturn would clip through Jupiter. It's actually pretty funny!

  7. 0:02 you need 3 things here. You need a Samsung phone, You need to not hold the phone sideways, and you need to pause at 0:02. And now Neptune is completely off screen.

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