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Find Information in the Encyclopedia
Type the name of your planet and press Search. A results page will appear. Click on your planet's name in blue. You will probably also see an entry for the god with the same name; click on that next. Information for your bibliography is located at the bottom of the page. NOTE: If the Kids article doesn't have the information you need, click on the World Book Student link at the end of the article.
Find Information in a Book
Call Number: NF 500
Publication Date: 2010
Publication Date: 1998
We have books about many of the planets under call # 523. If you can't find the one you need here, just log into the catalog (user name - CGNlunch#, password - date of birth MMDDYY) and request one from another library.
Find PLANET Information On Web Sites
Astronomy for Kids
Click on the links to learn about the planets and their moons.
Use the menu bar on the left and click on your planet. You'll find facts, photos, videos and other resources. Check out the 3D exploration.
Air and Space Museum
Visit the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum site, Exploring the Planets: Our Solar System. Click on the planet link to access information.
National Geographic: Planets
Click on your planet to find more information. Check out the interactive feature.
5th graders at Stadium are using this site for their constellation reports.
NASA Planetary Symbols
Find out the shorthand symbols and what they mean.
Find ROMAN GOD Information On Web Sites
Brief descriptions of lots of Roman gods and goddesses.
Roman god names will send you to information on their Greek counterparts.
Listen to Music Inspired by the Planets
If you ask, Ms. Moore might hum "Jupiter, Bringer of Jollity" for you.