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Planets TEK 3.8D

Inner Planets The four planets nearest the Sun—Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars
Outer Planets planets in the Solar System that are beyond the asteroid belt. ... The four planets; Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are gas giants
Moon The large round object that circles the Earth and that shines at night by reflecting light from the sun.
Orbit The path taken by one object circling around another object.
Solar System consists of the Sun and everything that orbits, or travels around, the Sun.
Sun The star at the center of the solar system. It is a hot ball of gases that gives off great amounts of energy.
Mercury The first planet from the sun. A rocky, terrestrial, inner planet.
Venus The second planet from the sun A rocky, terrestrial, inner planet.
Earth The third planet from the sun. A rocky, terrestrial, inner planet.
Mars The fourth planet from the sun. A rocky, terrestrial, inner planet.
Jupiter The 5th planet from the sun. A gas giant and outer planet.
Saturn The 6th planet from the sun. A gas giant, outer planet, and has rings.
Uranus The 7th planet from the sun. An ice giant and outer planet.
Neptune The 8th planet from the sun. An outer planet.
Asteroid Belt An area of space between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter where most of the asteroids in our Solar System are found orbiting the Sun.
Planet Order Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
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