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Antonio M. (Solar System)

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The Sun
It has a DIAMETER of 1,390,000 km
Its CORE temperature is 15 million º C.
It consists of 75% HYDROGEN and 25% HELIUM.
Equatorial Diameter: 12,104 km
Surface Temperature: 462 °C
Orbit Period: 224.70 Earth days
Equatorial Diameter: 12,756 km
Orbit Distance: 149,598,262 km
Orbit Distance: 149,598,262 km
Orbit Distance: 149,598,262 km
Polar Diameter: 6,755
Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun.
Jupiter
Earth
Mars
Saturn is the second largest planet in the Solar System, after the giant Jupiter.
Saturn is the second largest planet in the Solar System, after the giant Jupiter.
Saturn is 886 million miles, or 1426 million kilometers, from the Sun.
Saturn
Mercury
Using this system of measurement, Mercury is 0.39 AU from the Sun.
Mercury is the planet closest to the Sun.
Because Mercury goes round the Sun so quickly, the planet was called after the messenger of the Roman Gods.
Uranus was first seen by William Herschel in 1781 during a survey of the sky using a telescope.
The seventh planet from the Sun, it was not known in ancient times, unlike the planets from Mercury to Saturn.
Uranus cannot be seen from the Earth without a telescope.

Mercury
Neptune

The discovery of the planet Neptune was one of the most exciting discoveries in astronomy.
Neptune is the 8th planet from the Sun
Neptune cannot be seen without a large telescope and was first seen in 1846 from the observatory in Berlin.
Pluto was first seen by use of a telescope in 1930
Even in 1930, however, many astronomers did not agree that a ninth planet had been discovered.
Between 1979 and 1999 Pluto was closer to the Sun than the planet Neptune, moving inside Neptune’s orbit
Pluto
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