2 Minute Speech On Solar System In English

Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about the solar system. The Sun, the center of our solar system, and eight other planets make up our solar system. These planets may be roughly divided into two groups: inner planets and outer planets.

The term “inner planets” refers to Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars. In comparison to the outer planets, the inner planets are smaller and located closer to the Sun. The Terrestrial planets are another name for them. The other four planets are known as the outer planets and include Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. These four are frequently referred to as “Big Planets” because of their enormous size.

Every object in the Solar System revolves or surrounds the Sun. 98% of the solar system’s material is found in the Sun. Gravity increases with an object’s size. The Sun’s enormous size causes its strong gravity to pull everything else in the Solar System toward it. These things, which are traveling extremely quickly, are simultaneously attempting to fly away from the Sun and into the empty void of outer space.

The planets become stuck halfway between their attempts to fly away and the Sun’s attempts to pull them inside as a result. They spend all of the eternity speeding towards the Sun and escape into space while orbiting their parent star. Thank you.