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    Our solar system is a collection, which is the composition of sun, planets, dwarf planets, comets and asteroids. These are held due to the sun’s gravity. There were several theories how our solar system was made. When science wasn’t developed, people used their imagination to solve the questions on solar system and beyond! Some of them didn’t even think of the existence of the solar system. Maybe it’s more accurate to say they didn’t ‘care’ much because solving the questions about solar system and

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    The Solar System is home to many materials including (Planets, Moons, Stars, Galaxies, Nebula, The Universe, a Solar System, the Kuiper Belt, the Oort Cloud, planetesimals, Trans-Neptunian Objects, Comets, Asteroid, a Meteor) including (Meteoroid and Meteorite). Planets: A planet is mass that is or almost round, that orbits around the sun. It is not a satellite or a moon that orbits another object, it’s the object that gets orbited.There are eight planets that orbit the sun. These planets have formed

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    The Sun is the largest object in the Solar System. The Sun’s mass is more than 99.8%. The Sun is the center of the Solar System. The Sun gives us light and produces energy for the plants and heat for us to stay warm. The Sun is not the only star in our Galaxy there are maybe about 200-400 billion stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. Earth and many other planets revolve around the Sun. Scientists are studying the Sun constantly to find more information and to know earth’s weather and climate. Some scientist

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    SOLAR SYSTEM

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    Review of Literature I. IntroductionThe Solar System There are many questions that follow the Solar System such as how it formed or simply what it is made up of. The Solar System is made of the eight planets, the sun, and more. There are many possibilities of how the Solar System may have begun or formed. One possibility is The Nebular Hypothesis. The Nebular Hypothesis is a hypothesis that explains how the Solar System might have originated. The Nebular Hypothesis was developed by two men named

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    Our solar system was born when, in a spiral arm of the Milky Way galaxy, a giant rotating cloud of dust and gasses began to collapse. Gravity compressed the dust and gasses and the cloud got increasingly hotter and began to spin faster. During the following one hundred million years, the gasses compressed until the center was so hot that nuclear fusion occurred giving off tremendous energy, combining charged atoms of hydrogen to form helium. This process gave birth to a star, our Sun (Our Solar

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    Solar System Humans live on a small planet in a tiny part of a vast universe. This part of the universe is called the solar system, and is dominated by a single brilliant star-the sun. The solar system is the earth’s neighbourhood and the planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are the Earth’s neighbours. They all have the same stars in the sky and orbit the same sun. Scientists believe the solar system began about 5 billion years ago, perhaps when a nearby

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    The Solar System By “Delete this text and type your name here.” Introduction As far as we know, there are nine planets locked in orbit around the Sun. Only one, our own Earth, supports life. But there are countless other suns throughout countless galaxies scattered across the expanse of the universe. We still don’t know if life exists on another planet in some other galaxy. Mercury Named for the wing-footed messenger of the Roman gods, Mercury races around its orbit

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    The Solar System What are planets? Planets are kinda like asteroid around the sun. There are nine planets in the solar system, Mercury, Venus, Earth ( Our planet ), Mars, Jupiter, Saturn,Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. The Terrestrial Planets The terrestrial planets are the four innermost planets in the solar system, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. They are called terrestrial because they have a compact, rocky surface like the Earth's. The planets, Venus, Earth, and Mars have significant atmospheres

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    Our solar system has eight planets, their moons and satellites, and they are all orbiting the Sun. The eight planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Pluto used to be the ninth planet but IAU changed the definition of planet and Pluto did not meet the standards so it is now a Dwarf planet. Mercury is the first planet closest to the Sun. It is the smallest planet in the solar system. Mercury rotates three times in two of its years. One of Mercury's days is

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    Our Solar System

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    Within Our Solar System there is a Sun, and the eight planets that orbit the Sun. The eight planets are categorized into two groups known as Terrestrial planets, and Jovian planets. There are four terrestrial planets in our Solar System: Mercury, Venus Earth and Mars. These Terrestrial planets are located the closest to the Sun. The word terrestrial is derived from the Latin word terra, meaning ground or Earth like. All Terrestrial planets share a common rocky and solid surface. The other four planets:

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