Introduction

Welcome to Science and Technology Hub. com. My name is Jaden Alexander Sutherland and I am a Year 5 student at the Foremarke Prep School in the United Arab Emirates. I have created my website to act as a science and technology workshop for me, where I can put my thoughts and be experimental. Applied Science fascinates me because you are able to put all your knowledge together. The best part of science for me is experiments, I always love a good experiment in chemistry, biology and physics. I have an amazing Science teacher. I always enjoy his lessons. I really like his teaching style, especially when he includes technology in his lessons. Furthermore, I really enjoy when my science teacher requests us to make a poster. For me, creating and designing this website is just like creating a poster digitally.

 

The Planets in order of hottest to coldest

 

Hottest

 

Planets

Temperature (°C)

Venus

Average temperature 499°C

Mercury

Maximum temperature 465°C

Minimum temperature -184°C

Earth

Average temperature 7.2°C

Mars

Maximum temperature 36°C

Minimum temperature -123°C

Jupiter

Average Temperature -153°C

Saturn

Average Temperature 184°C

Uranus

Maximum temperature -184°C

Neptune

Average temperature -223°C

 

Coldest

 

Mercury may be the closest planet to the sun in the solar system, however, it is not at the top of the list, because it cannot store heat due to a lack of atmosphere. Due to this, one side of the planet is dark and cold, while the other side is hot and bright. Pluto is not on the list because it is not a planet. Pluto is a dwarf planet due to its small size.

The Mass of the Planets Biggest to Smallest

 

Smallest

 

Planets

Mass compared to Earth

Earth

13,2e+23 pounds

Mercury

5% of Earth

Mars

10% of Earth

Venus

81% of Earth

Uranus

14.6 Times more than Earth

Neptune

17 times more than Earth

Saturn

95 times more than Earth

Jupiter

317 times more than Earth

 

Biggest

 

The Distance of Planets from the Sun

 

Closest to Furtherest

 

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Life Cycles

 

All animals and plants have life cycle. The life cycle explains how an animal or a plant grows. Most life cycles start with a baby and then eventually grows into their adult form and finally die. The life cycle starts all over again. Animals can grow in different ways, therefore, the life cycle can change. For example, a life cycle can have any number of stages. Some animals may have 3 stages and others can have 5 stages.

 

Here are some examples of life cycles:

The Life cycle of a frog

Life Cycle of a Butterfly

 Butterfly life cycle

 

The Similarities between Life Cycles

Not all life cycles are different. For example the Butterfly and Silkworm life cycles both have the pupa stage. All insects have a pupa stage including silkworms and butterflies. Every type of animals and plant have a similar stage. An egg as the first stage and it is the most common stage across all types of animals.

 

Animal Type

Stage

Position

Mammal

Baby

1st Stage

Bird

Egg

1st Stage

Fish

Fish Egg

1st Stage

Arthropod

Larva

2nd Stage

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