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  1. Timeline Infographics Here is where this template begins Mercury is the smallest planet June Pluto is now a dwarf planet April Saturn has several rings February Jupiter is the biggest planet January Neptune is the farthest planet March Earth is where we live on May
  2. Timeline Infographics 2015 Mars is a very cold place Mars 2017 Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury 2019 It’s a gas giant and the biggest Jupiter 2016 This gas giant has several rings Saturn 2018 This is where we live on Earth 2020 Neptune is the farthest planet Neptune
  3. 2020 Jupiter Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest planet 2018 Saturn It’s composed of hydrogen and helium 2019 Neptune Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun 2017 Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place 2016 Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Mercury
  4. Timeline Infographics Day 1 Mercury is the smallest planet Jupiter is a gas giant Day 3 Day 5 Venus has a beautiful name Day 2 Mars is a very cold place Day 4 Saturn has several rings Day 6 Earth is where we live on
  5. Timeline Infographics Week 1 Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Week 2 Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Week 3 Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest planet Week 4 Earth is the third planet from the Sun
  6. Timeline Infographics Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from the Sun. It’s terribly hot—even hotter than Mercury—and its atmosphere is extremely poisonous Mercury is the smallest planet June Pluto is now a dwarf planet April Saturn has several rings February Jupiter is the biggest planet January Neptune is the farthest planet March Earth is where we live on May
  7. Timeline Infographics Day 01 Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Day 02 Jupiter Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest planet Day 03 Saturn It’s composed of hydrogen and helium Day 04 Neptune Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun Day 05 Earth Earth is the third planet from the Sun
  8. Timeline Infographics MAR Jupiter Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest planet APR Saturn It’s composed of hydrogen and also helium MAY Neptune Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun FEB Mars Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place JAN Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Mercury
  9. Timeline Infographics 2020 Mercury 2021 Mercury 2022 Mercury 2023 Mercury 2024 Mercury
  10. Day 2 Jupiter is a gas giant Day 4 Saturn has rings Venus is terribly hot Day 5 Neptune is far away Day 3 Day 6 The Sun is a star Earth harbors life Day 1 Timeline Infographics
  11. Timeline Infographics Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun 2019 Venus has a beautiful name 2020 Despite being red, Mars cold 2021 Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun 2024 Saturn has several rings 2023 Planet Jupiter is a gas giant 2022
  12. Timeline Infographics Day 2 Jupiter Jupiter is the biggest planet Venus Day 1 Venus has a beautiful name Day 3 Venus Venus has a beautiful name Day 4 Saturn Saturn has several rings
  13. Timeline Infographics Month 4 Neptune is the farthest Month 2 Mars is actually cold Month 1 Venus is terribly hot Month 3 Earth is where we live on
  14. Timeline Infographics Hour 1 Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Hour 2 Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest planet Hour 3 Planet Venus has a beautiful name Hour 4 Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Hour 5 Saturn is a gas giant and has several rings
  15. Timeline Infographics Week 4 Jupiter is a gas giant Week 5 Saturn is the ringed one Week 6 Neptune is the farthest planet Week 1 Mercury is the smallest Week 2 Venus is terribly hot Week 3 Mars is a cold planet
  16. Timeline Infographics Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from the Sun. It’s terribly hot—even hotter than Mercury—and its atmosphere is extremely poisonous Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Quarter 2 Quarter 4 Saturn is a gas giant and has several rings Quarter 1 Venus has a beautiful name Quarter 3 Despite being red, Mars is a cold place
  17. Timeline Infographics Week 1 Mercury is the smallest Week 3 Mars is a cold place Week 5 Saturn is ringed Week 4 Jupiter is a gas giant Week 2 Venus is terribly hot
  18. Timeline Infographics FEB Venus is the second MAR Jupiter is a gas giant APR Earth has life JAN Mercury is the first
  19. Timeline Infographics Month 2 Month 3 Month 1 Month 4
  20. Timeline Infographics September Jupiter is a gas giant The Sun is our star November October Saturn has rings December Earth is the third planet
  21. Timeline Infographics Week 2 Venus has a beautiful name Week 4 Despite being red, Mars is cold Week 6 Mercury is the smallest planet Week 1 Jupiter is a gas giant Week 3 Neptune is the farthest planet Week 5 Pluto is now a dwarf planet
  22. Timeline Infographics Venus has a beautiful name Month 1 Despite being red, Mars is cold Month 2 Saturn is the ringed planet Month 3 Jupiter is the biggest planet Month 4 Mercury is the smallest planet Month 5 The Moon is a satellite Month 6
  23. Venus Jupiter Mercury Mars Neptune Timeline Infographics Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from the Sun. It’s terribly hot—even hotter than Mercury—and its atmosphere is extremely poisonous
  24. Concept 5 Week 5 05 Concept 4 Week 4 04 Concept 3 Week 3 03 Concept 2 Week 2 02 Timeline Infographics Concept 1 Week 1 01
  25. Timeline Infographics JAN FEB MAR APR Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from the Sun. It’s terribly hot, even hotter than Mercury, and its atmosphere is poisonous. It’s the second-brightest natural object in the night sky after the Moon MAY
  26. Timeline Infographics Day 2 February Day 4 April Day 6 June Day 1 January Day 3 March Day 5 May Day 7 July
  27. Timeline Infographics Week 4 Earth Earth harbors life Week 3 Jupiter Jupiter is a gas giant Venus It’s terribly hot Week 2 Week 1 Mars Mars is a cold place
  28. Timeline Infographics Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from the Sun. It’s terribly hot, even hotter than Mercury, and its atmosphere is poisonous. It’s the second-brightest natural object in the night sky after the Moon Quarter 3 Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 4 Year 2020
  29. Timeline Infographics January Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Concept 1 February Planet Venus has a beautiful name Concept 2 March Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Concept 3 April Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest planet Concept 4
  30. Timeline Infographics MONTH 1 Mercury MONTH 3 Earth MONTH 5 Jupiter MONTH 2 Venus MONTH 4 Mars
  31. Timeline Infographics Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun DAY 1 DAY 3 Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest planet DAY 5 Earth is the third planet from the Sun DAY 2 Despite being red, Mars is a cold place DAY 4 Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun
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  33. Infographics You can add and edit some infographics to your presentation to present your data in a visual way. ● Choose your favourite infographic and insert it in your presentation using Ctrl C + Ctrl V or Cmd C + Cmd V in Mac. ● Select one of the parts and ungroup it by right-clicking and choosing “Ungroup”. ● Change the color by clicking on the paint bucket. ● Then resize the element by clicking and dragging one of the square-shaped points of its bounding box (the cursor should look like a double-headed arrow). Remember to hold Shift while dragging to keep the proportions. ● Group the elements again by selecting them, right-clicking and choosing “Group”. ● Repeat the steps above with the other parts and when you’re done editing, copy the end result and paste it into your presentation. ● Remember to choose the “Keep source formatting” option so that it keeps the design. For more info, please visit Slidesgo School.
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