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Friday, May 11, 2018

sun information port

Title: sunlight on the earth
Paragraph: what is the sun?
  • Star
  • Does not move
  • Surrounded by 8 planets
  • Part of the solar system
  • Small - big

Paragraph 2: What its made of?
  • 99.87% Hg
  • Core is the hottest part of the sun
  • Its hot
  • Energy

Paragraph 3: What does the sun do?
  • Compass

  • West
  • Egyptian
  • Sunflowers know where the sun is
  • Total darkness
  • 8 minutes -
  • produces light and warmth












The Sun!
The sun's scientific name is sol.

What is the sun?
The sun is a star that is part of our solar system. The sun sits at the centre of the solar system, it is orbited by 8 planets which rotate at the same time. The sun is the biggest part of our solar system, but it’s small compared to other suns in other systems. The sun does not move because it’s a star.


What is the sun made of?
The sun is made of energy. The sun produces energy, called solar energy which can be used to power homes on Earth. The core is the hottest part of the sun, it is 27 million degrees F*/15 million degrees C*. It’s made of Hydrogen gas which is sometimes known as Hg.


What does the sun do?
The sun products  the heat and light and
The sun is very hot because it does not move and it is not a planet.
It a very light  and it's show the heat of degrees and
The egyptians call the sun the god.If the sun wasn't there then it will be dark and never be sunny again.

The sun called, sol ,sits at the center of the solar system and produces light and heat

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Thursday, March 15, 2018

this is about the bridges

Pk-
it goes to pakuranga,it a bridge highway.
There 3 lanes in the highway and It goes over the basen.
-I drive over there to go to the warehouse and the night market on saturdays with my family.
-ferry service hemi pepene from 1845 to about 1850.
- He made a punt boat the looks like a .
-he made his very own ferry boat.
-he was like a farmer with animals.
He took some food to sydney to sell for the people and for the new bridge they want to make.
-he was adopted .
New information-
First bridge
In the 1850s the tamaki river was the busite water In the 1850s the Tāmaki River was considered to be one of the busiest waterways when tamaki suggestions  to call the bridge Union .
-they  had to pay money to cross the bridge for the toll and the toll had to make a pitcher of your car boat or yourself.
-they worked on the bridge  on 1864.
They were the longest plies.
-the river was deep.
-the first bridge in panmure was a was a swing bridge
-A swing sawn
-sometimes  it tooked ever to open because when we were doing a play there was a boat that got stuck so these ladies had to wait for 6 hours .
-there wanted to make a new bridge
-the bridge was finally open from the prime minister
- Finally he cut the ribbon and drove a heavy traction engine across the new bridge to prove the ability of the structure to take heavy loads.
-However by 1930 serious faults in the new bridge were reported when a large crack across the full width of the bridge at the southern end was discovered
-The concrete Panmure Bridge 1927 - and the remnant of the old first bridge
-The remains of the first bridge with the 1916 “Concrete bridge” in the background
-Demolishing the second bridge in 1959 -
-A new bridge was built in 1959.However by 1930 serious faults in the new bridge were reported when a large crack across the full width of the bridge at the southern end was discovered
-The concrete Panmure Bridge 1927This latter bridge is a three-lane reinforced high-level bridge, with the centre lane used for westwards traffic flow in the morning and eastwards in the afternoon.

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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

taling about old bridges

Pk-
-it goes to pakuranga.
-it a bridge highway.
There 3 lanes in the highway.
It goes over the basen.
-I drive over there to go to the warehouse and the night market on saturdays with my family.
-ferry service hemi pepene from 1845 to about 1850.
- He made a punt boat the looks like a .
-he made his very own ferry boat.
-he was like a farmer.
He took some food to sydney.
-he was adopted.


New information-
-in the 1850s the tamaki river was the busite water In the 1850s the Tāmaki River was considered to be one of the busiest waterways in New Zealand.
-tamaki suggestions  to call the bridge Union .
-they  had to pay money to cross the bridge for the toll.
-the toll had to make a pitcher of your car.
-they worked on the bridge  on 1864.
They were the longest plies.
-the river was deep.
-the first bridge in panmure was a was a swing bridge
-A swing sawn
-sometimes  it tooked ever to open.
-there wanted to make a new bridge
-the bridge was finally open from the prime minister
- Finally he cut the ribbon and drove a heavy traction engine across the new bridge to prove the ability of the structure to take heavy loads.
-However by 1930 serious faults in the new bridge were reported when a large crack across the full width of the bridge at the southern end was discovered
-The concrete Panmure Bridge 1927 - and the remnant of the old first bridge
-The remains of the first bridge with the 1916 “Concrete bridge” in the background
-Demolishing the second bridge in 1959 -
-A new bridge was built in 1959.
This latter bridge is a three-lane reinforced high-level bridge, with the centre lane used for westwards traffic flow in the morning and eastwards in the afternoon.

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