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Our Solar System

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Mercury
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Mercury

Equatorial Diameter4,878 km / 3,031 miles
Mass (Earth = 1)0.055
Volume (Earth = 1)0.06
Gravity (Earth = 1)0.284
Temperature810 to -290° F
Axial Rotation Period58.65 days
Axial Tilt0.0°
Orbital Period87.97 days
Average Distance From The Sun57,910,000 km / 35,990,000 miles
Inclination of orbit to ecliptic7.0°
Mean Density5.43 g/cm³
Number of satellites0

Venus
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Venus

Equatorial Diameter12,102 km / 7,520 miles
Mass (Earth = 1)0.82
Volume (Earth = 1)0.86
Gravity (Earth = 1)0.878
Temperature Range858° F
Axial Rotation Period243.01 days
Axial Tilt177.34°
Orbital Period224.7 days
Average Distance From The Sun108,200,000 km / 67,232,000 miles
Inclination of orbit to ecliptic3.4°
Mean Density5.25 g/cm³
Number of satellites0

Earth
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Earth         Earth's Moon
Equatorial Diameter12,756 km / 7,928 miles
Mass (Earth = 1)1
Volume (Earth = 1)1
Gravity (Earth = 1)1
Temperature136 to -129° F
Axial Rotation Period24 hours
Axial Tilt23.5°
Orbital Period365.2422 days
Average Distance From The Sun149,597,870 km / 92,975,680 miles
Inclination of orbit to ecliptic0
Mean Density5.52 g/cm³
Number of satellites1

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Mars
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Mars

Equatorial Diameter6,786 km / 4,217 miles
Mass (Earth = 1)0.107
Volume (Earth = 1)0.15
Gravity (Earth = 1)0.379
Temperature63 to -189° F
Axial Rotation Period24.62 Hours
Axial Tilt25.19°
Orbital Period686.98 days
Average Distance From The Sun227,940,000 km / 141,635,000 miles
Inclination of orbit to ecliptic1.85°
Mean Density3.95 g/cm³
Number of satellites2

Jupiter
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Jupiter         Click for Jupiters Moons
Jupiter's Moons
Equatorial Diameter142,984 km / 88,846 miles
Mass (Earth = 1)317.83
Volume (Earth = 1)1323
Gravity (Earth = 1)2.4
Temperature63 to -193° F
Axial Rotation Period9.84 hours
Axial Tilt3.12°
Orbital Period11.86 years
Average Distance From The Sun778,330,000 km / 483,632,000 miles
Inclination of orbit to ecliptic1.31°
Mean Density1.33 g/cm³
Number of satellites16+

Satellite view as seen through Binoculars, "NOT" inverted as with a mirrored Telescope.


Saturn
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Saturn         Click for Saturn's Moons
Saturn's Moons
Equatorial Diameter120,536 km / 74,898 miles
Mass (Earth = 1)95.181
Volume (Earth = 1)752
Gravity (Earth = 1)0.923
Temperature-285° F
Axial Rotation Period10.233 hours
Axial Tilt26.73°
Orbital Period29.46 years
Average Distance From The Sun1,426,980,000 km / 886,684,000 miles
Inclination of orbit to ecliptic2.49°
Mean Density0.69 g/cm³
Number of satellites18+

Uranus
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Uranus         Click for Uranus Moons
Uranus' Moons
Equatorial Diameter51,118 km / 31,763 miles
Mass (Earth = 114.53
Volume (Earth = 1)64
Gravity (Earth = 1)0.793
Temperature-357° F
Axial Rotation Period17.9 hours
Axial Tilt97.86°
Orbital Period84.01 years
Average Distance From The Sun2,870,990,000 km / 1,783,950,000 miles
Inclination of orbit to ecliptic0.77°
Mean Density1.29 g/cm³
Number of satellites21

Neptune
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Neptune

Equatorial Diameter49,528 km / 30,775 miles
Mass (Earth = 1)17.135
Volume (Earth = 1)54
Gravity (Earth = 1)1.122
Temperature-360° F
Axial Rotation Period19.2 hours
Axial Tilt29.6°
Orbital Period164.79 years
Average Distance From The Sun4,497,000,000 km / 2,794,300,000 miles
Inclination of orbit to ecliptic1.77°
Mean Density1.64 g/cm³
Number of satellites8+

Pluto
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Pluto

Equatorial Diameter2,300 km / 1,430 miles
Mass (Earth = 1)0.002
Volume (Earth = 1)0.01
Gravity (Earth = 1)0.041
Temperature-380° F
Axial Rotation Period6.387 days
Axial Tilt122.46°
Orbital Period248.54 years
Average Distance From The Sun5,913,500,000 km / 3,674,500,000 miles
Inclination of orbit to ecliptic17.148
Mean Density2.03 g/cm³
Number of satellites1

Relative Planetary Sizes

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Planet Sizes

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