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Planets

The planets, not including the dwarf planet Pluto.

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Mercury 1st planet; 8th largest (smallest). Nickname is Morning Star (can be seen just before sunrise). Looks like Earth's moon-rocky, crated, gray solar winds makes its atmosphere very thin. 2nd densest next to Earth. Widest temperature range.
Venus 2nd planet; 6th largest. Nickname is Evening Star or Earth's Sister. Similar to Earth, but there's NO water and has many volcanoes. 2nd brightest in the night sky, 1st is the moon.
Earth1 3rd planet; 5th largest. Rocky planet with mountains, valleys, canyons, plains, and glaciers. 70% of Earth is covered by oceans. Densest planet, only one with solid plates floating on a hot mantle.
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Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Created by: lniccolini