### Theory:

 Jupiter Saturn Fifth planet from the Sun and largest planet in the solar system Sixth planet from the Sun andSecond largest planet in the solar system The third brightest object in the night sky The specific gravity of Saturn is less than that of water. It is called a gas giant planet. Saturn has many rings around it and known as Ringed planet. Fastest spinning planet in the solar system. These rings are huge and are mostly made up of ice, rocks and dust particles. Its atmosphere is made up of mostly Hydrogen and Helium like the Sun. It has clouds and dense atmosphere composed of nitrogen and methane. It has the a largest number of natural satellites.Satellites: Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto are a few large satellites of Jupiter. Satellites: 62 (Titan – The largest moon and a has a dense atmosphere made of nitrogen and methane)

It rains diamond in Saturn.
 Uranus Neptune Seventh planet from the Sun Eighth and the farthest planet from the Sun Its axis is tilted so much that, it appears to orbit the Sun on its sides like a rolling ball. Coldest planet in the solar system It is also called as The Somersaulting planet. It rotates on its axis from east to west like Venus. The striking blue and white features of Neptune help to distinguish it from Uranus. It appears green due to the presence of methane. There are strong winds in this planet Satellites: 27 (Titania is the largest) Satellites: 14 (the largest being Triton)

Polar diameter: $$12,714$$  km
Equatorial diameter: $$12,756$$  km
The Earth revolves around the Sun at a speed of about $$30$$  km per second.
Important!
The distance between the Sun and the Earth is about $$150$$million kilometres (or $$1$$ Astronomical Unit).