Activity 4 - Outer Solar System
|Summary:||Educational Activity 4 - The Outer Solar System. A comprehensive journey through the outer Solar System, with stops at the asteroids, the outer planets, their moons, comets and selected spacecraft.|
|Description:||Activity 4 is a continuation of the basic journey through the outer Solar System, with stops at the asteroids, the outer planets, their moons, comets and selected spacecraft.|
Chase several asteroids, then rocket over to Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Fly through Saturn’s rings. Witness a triple eclipse of Jupiter’s moons and examine Europa up close. Fly through an erupting volcanic plume on Io. Pace the Cassini spacecraft and wonder at Saturn's moon Enceladus, our best candidate for life outside of Earth. Discover Pluto and its moons. See Makemake, our Solar System’s new dwarf planet and comet Halley. Enjoy a flyby of Voyager 2 as it passes Neptune and leaves the Solar System forever. Conclude with a flyby of a lonely comet in the Oort Cloud as it silently orbits the sun.
|Version:||161 (Oct 4, 2017)|
|License:||For non-commercial use only with Celestia.|
|Last modified:||2017-10-06 13:36|
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