Tuesday, 16 October 2018

We Are Learning To Write Descriptive Writing

     Sunset                         
In the holidays my family and I  went to the beach and watched the sunset.

I step onto the beach. Pink and orange clouds as the sunset takes place. The warm breeze feels like a blanket over me. My head leans to the side as I relax. The sun slowly  goes down then disappears and went dark and quite.

“ I wonder what tomorrow’s sunset will be like” I say to myself.

Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Descriptive Writng

I hear cheering as I see my foot  about to touch the ground. I feel my heartbeat going as fast as cheetah. I could smell the dusty and dirty floor. I did it I leap into the air super happy.

Wednesday, 27 June 2018

What The challenges about living on Mars

              I am learning about Mars and about the challenges of living on Mars
Need
Challenge
Possible solution
Oxygen
1 percent on Mars
The atmosphere  is 95 percent carbon dioxide
Where a space suit
Nasa has a machine that splits carbon dioxide into monoxide
Water
 A tiny amount flows on Mars’s surface it also doesn’t rain or have rivers and lakes on Mars. the water is ice that is on Mars
You could look for water by drilling in the ground or the other option is to dig up the underground ice and melt it
Food
If settlers brought their own food it would have to last 26 months until the next rocket comes. A obvious solution is to grow plants but there’s no soil and it’s way cold.
A warmer Mars would mean a better chance of life, growing plants and flowing water. Plants could grow without heaps of different equipment.
Shelter
Mars’s atmosphere is thinner than Earth so that means very little air. Without gas pressure  pushing against us, the gas in our organs will swell up and stop our blood flowing.
Any shelter built on mars would need to be pressurized and  have airlocks. The first settlers could live in their landing module or live underground to stay away from radiation.

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Amazing Facts About Saturn

                              Saturn
Saturn is a long, long way away from the sun and Earth. It’s the sixth planet from the sun and the fourth planet away from Earth. From the Earth it can be easily visible. Saturn‘s average distance from the sun is 1.4 billion kilometres.  It is 58,232km in diameter which makes it the second largest planet in our Solar System.
Saturn moves like Earth but with some differences. Like Earth it orbits the sun but it takes 29 years. Saturn the day will be 10 hours and 42 minutes long. Saturn rotates faster than earth and Saturn spin anti clockwise and Earth spins clockwise.    Saturn's surface degrees is 139 Celsius. Its gravity is 10.44 meter per second. Saturn has 62 moons and 7 rings Saturn also was named after Roman mythology in 1610.