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What are the distinguishing features of each of the rocky plane

  • What are the distinguishing features of each of the rocky planets?

    Mercury is the closest to the Sun and therefore its temperature can be as high as 467 °C (873 °F). Venus is covered with carbon dioxide containing droplets of sulphuric acid. This traps the Sun’s heat and makes Venus hotter than even Mercury. Mars, the red planet, is considered to be the only planet after Earth where life could exist. As far as we know, the Earth is the only planet that supports life. Q What are the special characteristics of the gas giants? A Jupiter is the largest planet. It rotates faster than any other planet and has the most moons. Saturn is set apart by its beautiful rings, made up of dust particles and pieces of ice. Uranus is a strange planet where seasons last for more than 20 years, while Neptune is the windiest planet in the solar system.

    Jupiter’s moons Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, has so many moons that we are constantly discovering new ones. This image shows some of the bigger moons and the gossamer rings around the planet. The solar system The relative sizes of the eight planets and the three dwarf planets are shown in this diagram of the solar system. Jupiter is the largest planet. The Sun, of course, is much larger than any of the planets.

    Try these too… Galaxies (6–7), The Sun (10–11), The Hot Planet (14), The Earth’s Twin (15), The Red Planet (16), The King of Planets (17), The Last Planets (18), Dwarf Planets (19), The Moon (20–21), Earth’s Atmosphere (26–27)

    Saturn’s moons At least 46 moons orbit Saturn. Each moon is unique. Enceladus is among the shiniest objects in space. Titan’s atmosphere is thicker than Earth’s. Here are the big moons, seen from behind the moon Dione.

    PLANETS 1 Mercury 2 Venus 3 Earth 4 Mars 5 Jupiter 6 Saturn 7 Uranus 8 Neptune DWARF PLANETS 9 Ceres 10 Pluto 11 2003 UB 313

     

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