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our sun is a star
the sun is a ___________________size star medium
why does the sun look bigger to us than other stars? it is closer to us than other stars
a large round body in space that moves around a star is a planet
the curved path a planet follows around the sun orbit
why can we see other planets in our solar system? they reflect light
name the inner planets mercury, venus, earth, mars
name the outer planets jupiter, saturn,uranus, neptune
the inner planets are made of - rock
the outer planets are made of - gas
the smallest dwarf planet is- ceres
the planet between jupiter and uranus saturn
the largest object in our solar system the sun
the planet known for its biggest rings saturn
the largest planet in the solar system jupiter
this planet is closest to the sun mercury
this planet is known as earth's twin because it is almost the same size venus
Created by: kemberlian