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  1. 1. Meet Our Professors Infographics Here is where this template begins
  2. 2. About Meet Our Professors Infographics ● This template contains an assortment of complementary infographic resources for theMeet Our Professors presentation. ● These infographics are adapted to the style of the aforementioned presentation, so you can insert them easily and have them completely integrated at once. You just need to do the following: ○ Select the element that you want to copy ○ Right-click and choose “Copy” ○ Go to the slide where you want the element to appear ○ Right-click and choose “Paste”
  3. 3. Jupiter It’s the biggest planet in the Solar System Saturn It’s composed of hydrogen and helium Mercury Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Earth Earth is the planet where we all live on Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Venus Venus is the second planet from the Sun Meet Our Professors Infographics
  4. 4. Meet Our Professors Infographics Jupiter Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the biggest one Mercury It’s the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one Venus Venus has a beautiful name and very high temperatures Mars Despite being red, Mars is actually a very cold place
  5. 5. Meet Our Professors Infographics Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun. It has a roman name Neptune Earth It’s the third planet from the Sun and the only one that harbors life Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place full of iron oxide dust Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one Mercury
  6. 6. Meet Our Professors Infographics Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place full of iron oxide dust Mars Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and also the smallest one Mercury Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest planet in the Solar System Jupiter
  7. 7. Meet Our Professors Infographics Earth It’s the third planet from the Sun and the only one that harbors life Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place full of iron oxide dust Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one Mercury 3 1 2
  8. 8. Meet Our Professors Infographics Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun. It has a roman name Neptune Earth It’s the third planet from the Sun and the only one that harbors life Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place full of iron oxide dust Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one Mercury 65% 85% 50% 75%
  9. 9. Meet Our Professors Infographics Earth It’s the third planet from the Sun and the only one that harbors life Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place full of iron oxide dust Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one Mercury 01 02 03
  10. 10. Meet Our Professors Infographics Jupiter It’s the biggest planet of them all Mercury Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Venus Venus has a beautiful roman name Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place
  11. 11. Meet Our Professors Infographics Neptune Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun Earth Earth is the only planet that harbors life Mars Despite being red, Mars is actually a very cold place Mercury Mercury is the smallest planet in the Solar System
  12. 12. Meet Our Professors Infographics Saturn It’s composed of hydrogen and also of helium Mercury Mercury is also the closest planet to Sun Mars Despite being red, Mars is a very cold place Venus Venus is the second planet from the Sun
  13. 13. Mercury Venus Saturn Jupiter It’s the closest planet to the Sun It’s composed mostly of helium It’s the biggest planet of them all It’s the second planet from Sun Meet Our Professors Infographics
  14. 14. Meet Our Professors Infographics Despite being red, Mars is a cold place. It’s full of iron oxide dust Mars Saturn is a gas giant. It was named after a roman god Saturn Earth is where we all live on and the third planet from the Sun Earth Yes, Mercury is also the smallest planet in the entire Solar System Mercury
  15. 15. Meet Our Professors Infographics 75% 35% 65% Earth It’s the third planet from the Sun and the only one that harbors life Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place full of iron oxide dust Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one Mercury
  16. 16. Meet Our Professors Infographics Saturn Saturn is composed mostly of hydrogen and also of helium Mercury Yes, Mercury is also the smallest planet in the entire System Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place, full of iron oxide dust Jupiter It is a gas giant and the fourth-brightest object in the sky 1 2 3 4
  17. 17. Meet Our Professors Infographics Jupiter It’s the biggest planet in the Solar System Saturn It’s also composed of hydrogen and helium Mercury It’s also the closest planet to the Sun Earth Earth is the planet where we all live on Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Venus Venus is the second planet from the Sun
  18. 18. Meet Our Professors Infographics Jupiter It’s the biggest planet in the Solar System Saturn It’s also composed of hydrogen and helium Mercury It’s also the closest planet to the Sun Earth Earth is the planet where we all live on Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Venus Venus is the second planet from the Sun
  19. 19. Meet Our Professors Infographics Jupiter Jupiter is also the fifth planet and the biggest one Mercury It’s the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one Venus Venus has a beautiful name and very high temperatures Mars Mars is a very cold place and it’s full of iron oxide dust
  20. 20. Meet Our Professors Infographics Mercury It has a roman name Saturn It’s composed of hydrogen Jupiter It’s a gas giant
  21. 21. Meet Our Professors Infographics Venus Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from the Sun Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place. It’s full of iron oxide dust Jupiter Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest planet in the entire Solar System Saturn Saturn is the ringed planet. It’s a gas giant, composed of hydrogen
  22. 22. Meet Our Professors Infographics Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from Sun Venus 02 Saturn is the ringed planet, composed mostly of hydrogen and helium Saturn 03 Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place. It’s full of iron oxide dust Mars 04 Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one Mercury 01
  23. 23. Meet Our Professors Infographics Jupiter Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the biggest one Venus Venus has a beautiful name and very high temperatures Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place full of iron oxide dust Mercury It’s the closest planet to the Sun and is a bit larger than Moon
  24. 24. Meet Our Professors Infographics Saturn It’s composed of hydrogen and helium Mercury It’s also the closest planet to the Sun Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Venus Venus is the second planet from the Sun
  25. 25. Meet Our Professors Infographics Mercury Pluto Earth Neptune Saturn Mercury is a small planet Pluto is a dwarf planet Earth is where we all live on Neptune is far away from us Saturn has several rings Yes, the Moon orbits the Earth Venus has a beautiful name Mars is a very cold place Jupiter is a gas giant Saturn has a roman name
  26. 26. Meet Our Professors Infographics Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun. It’s far away from us Neptune Earth It’s the third planet from the Sun and the only one that harbors life Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place full of iron oxide dust Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one Mercury Venus Venus has a beautiful name and very high temperatures
  27. 27. Meet Our Professors Infographics Jupiter It’s the biggest planet in the Solar System Saturn It’s also composed of hydrogen and helium Mercury It’s also the closest planet to the Sun 85% 95% 60%
  28. 28. Meet Our Professors Infographics 1 2 3 4 Saturn It’s also composed of hydrogen and helium Mercury It’s also the closest planet to the Sun Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Venus Venus is the second planet from the Sun
  29. 29. Meet Our Professors Infographics Mercury Mars Saturn Venus Mercury is a hot planet X X X Venus has a beautiful name X Saturn is a gas giant X X Mars is actually a cold place X X
  30. 30. Meet Our Professors Infographics 1 2 3 4 Mercury It’s also the closest planet to the Sun Venus Venus is the second planet from the Sun Saturn It’s also composed of hydrogen and helium Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place
  31. 31. Meet Our Professors Infographics Jupiter Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the biggest one Mercury It’s the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest one Venus Venus has a beautiful name and very high temperatures Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place full of iron oxide dust
  32. 32. Meet Our Professors Infographics 1 3 2 4 Saturn It’s composed of hydrogen and helium Mercury Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Venus Venus is the second planet from the Sun
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