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I need to find the compisition of mercury the planet

Well it is the very first planet after the sun and I don't know what is composition

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SOURCE: information about the planet mercury

Here is an article from Wikipedia that might help:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercury_(planet)

Posted on Jan 04, 2014

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Why does the atmosphere of mercury boils off during the day


mercury ( the planet closest to the sun) has no atmosphere like earth and is subject to intense radiation from the sun
that heat boils off everything
the other side of mercury ( opposite to the sun) is freezing cold
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How cose does mercury get to the sun


Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun. Its orbit around the Sun is very elliptical, like a stretched out circle, compared to those of the other planets. Mercury's distance from the Sun ranges from 28.6 million miles (46 million km) to 43.4 million miles (69.8 million km)

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The distance of the Sun and Mercury


Assuming you mean the distance from earth to the sun and earth to mercury, the are as follows, according to Wikipedia: The mean distance from earth to the sun is 149,597,890 km.

The mean distance from mercury to the sun is 57,909,715 km. Extrapolating, by subtracting the two distances, one gets 91, 688, 715 km as the mean distance from earth to mercury assuming that the planets were in alignment on the same side of the sun.

However, with mercury on the opposite side of the sun from earth then the distance from earth to mercury would increase by 57,909,175 km over the earth's distance to the sun to 207,007,965 km.

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How far is murcury away from the sun


Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun - it orbits at an average distance of 57,910,000 km, or 0.38 AU from Sun. (An AU is an Astronomical Unit; it is equal to the distance between the Sun and the Earth.) Mercury's diameter is 4,880 km and it has a mass of 3.3023 kg. Mercury has been known since at least the time of the Sumerians (3rd millennium BC). Although the Greeks had two names for it, Apollo for its apparition as a morning star and Hermes as an evening star, they knew that the two names referred to the same object. We know this planet as Mercury - the name of the Roman counterpart to Hermes.

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The distance from mercury to sun


Mercury, shown at left in a Mariner 10 image, is the closest planet to the Sun - it orbits at an average distance of 57,910,000 km, or 0.38 AU from Sun. (An AU is an Astronomical Unit; it is equal to the distance between the Sun and the Earth.) Mercury's diameter is 4,880 km and it has a mass of 3.3023 kg. Mercury has been known since at least the time of the Sumerians (3rd millennium BC). Although the Greeks had two names for it, Apollo for its apparition as a morning star and Hermes as an evening star, they knew that the two names referred to the same object. We know this planet as Mercury - the name of the Roman counterpart to Hermes.

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If mercury is an average of 3.2 light minutes fro, the sun how many kilometers is Mercury from the sun ?


The speed of light in vacuum is about 300,000 km per second. There are 60 seconds in a minute. Multiply 300,000 km/s by 3.2 m by 60 s/m

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What is the nine planets ordered from the sun?


Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.

That's only eight. Pluto, which used to be the ninth planet, was demoted from "planet" to "dwarf planet" a few years ago.

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