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We leave Earth and travel 48 million miles towards the Sun to make our first stop at Mercury. Once we've enjoyed all there is at Mercury we'll head 67 million miles away from the Sun to venture to Venus. When we've seen all Venus has to offer we will travel approximately 275 million miles to Mars, then round trip it back to Earth.

Mercury is 35.98 million miles away from the Sun, Venus is 67.24 million miles away from the Sun, and Mars is 141.6 miles away from the Sun.

Orbital Period Of Terrestrial Planets

Mercury has an orbital period of about 88 Earth days. Venus had an orbital period of about 117 Earth days. Mars has an orbital period of about 1 Earth day. When it comes to seasons and orbital periods, Mars is the closest to Earth.

This eye-opening trip around our terrestrial planets will not disappoint.