Solar System Project

Mercury

terrestrial planet, the diameter is 58 million km or 36 million miles, Period of revolution is 88 days 58,646 days, no moons no rings, and it is the closest planet to the sun.
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Venus

Terrestrial surface, diameter of planet 7,521 miles 12,104 km, period of revolution 225 days and 243 days, no moons no rings
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Mars

Terrestrial Surface, Diameter of planet 4,222 miles 6,795 km, Period of revolution 18808476 Earth years 68698 Earth days, no moons or rings, all water is frozen
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Jupitor

gaseous Surface, Diameter of planet 4,887,595,931 km
3,037,011,311 miles , Period of revolution 4,332.82 Earth days, 50 moons no rings, If the sun were as tall as a typical front door, the Earth would be the size of a nickel and Jupiter would be about as big as a basketball.
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Saturn

gaseous surface, Diameter of planet 8,957,504,604 km 5,565,935,315 miles, period of revolution 29.447498 Earth years 10,755.70 Earth days, has 50 moons and has rings, Saturn is a gas-giant planet and does not have a solid surface.
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Uranus

gaseous surface, Diameter of planet 18,026,802,831 km 11,201,335,967 miles, Period of revolution 84.016846 Earth years 30,687.15 Earth days, 27 moons and has rings, Uranus is an ice giant.
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Neptune

terrestrial surface, Diameter of planet 28,263,736,967 km 17,562,271,937 miles, Period of revolution 164.79132 Earth years 60190.03 Earth days, 13 moons and has rings, Neptune has six rings
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Asteroid

Terrestrial, Rock, Range of diameter 1 - 1000 km, Location in solar system Asteroid Belt
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Meteroid

Terrestrial, Rock and/or metal, location in solar system if a meteoroid anywhere in solar system, location in solar system if a meteor Earth’s Atmosphere, location if a meteorite, Earths surface
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Comet

Type of surface and diameter Rock, dust, ice, etc. 25 miles, One example and year of discovery Hale-Bopp 1995, Period of revolution 876581 days,
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Dwarf Planet

Name and year of discovery Pluto 1930, Type of surface and diameter Terrestrial, 1471 miles 2368 km, Period of revolution 248 years,
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