Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Rain

The planet Earth receives 824.5 million tonnes of rainfall every minute.The Earth Is very big place and,in driftnet place on the Earth, it is raining right
this very minute.In Mount Waialeale in Hawaii.It rains 350 day out the 365 day
in a year.Or you can move to Quillagua. It is located in the Atacama Desert in Chile.

For a period of 37 years,it only had 0.5 millimetres of rain.Some tropical regoions have rainy seasons called monsoons.When it rains almost daily for six month.Then,during the next six moths of the year.it is the dry season with very little rain.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Outta This World.

This term we are learning about the Solar System. I have been finding information about the planet Saturn.

Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun, the second largest planet and it is the lightest planet, Saturn was first visited by NASA, they arrived on July 1. It has more than thirty moons including Titan, the second largest moon in the solar system.

Saturn was named after after the Roman god of agriculture. Saturday is named after him also.

Thanks to Tyler.