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By Keith Lehman  Mercury has no moons.  Mercury is 1/3 the size of Earth.  On Mercury, a day is 59 Earth days long.  Mercury is a rock planet.

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2 By Keith Lehman

3  Mercury has no moons.  Mercury is 1/3 the size of Earth.  On Mercury, a day is 59 Earth days long.  Mercury is a rock planet.

4  Venus has no moons.  Venus is almost the same size as Earth.  On Venus, a day is 243 Earth days long.  Venus is a rock planet.

5  Earth has one moon.  Earth is 75% covered in water and 25% covered in land.  Earth is 93 million miles from the sun.  Earth is a rock planet.

6  Mars has two moons.  Mars is about half the size of Earth.  On Mars, a day is 24 ½ hours.  Mars is a rock planet.

7  Jupiter has 16 known moons.  Jupiter is the largest planet.  On Jupiter, a day is 10 hours long.  Jupiter is a gas planet.

8  Saturn has at least 18 moons.  Saturn is the second largest planet.  On Saturn, a day is 10 ½ hours long.  Saturn is a gas planet.

9  Uranus has 15 moons.  Uranus is very, very cold.  On Uranus, a day is 17 hours long.  Uranus is a gas planet.

10  Neptune has at least 8 moons.  Neptune has high winds and many storms.  On Neptune, a day is 16 hours long.  Neptune is a gas planet.

11  Pluto has one moon.  Pluto is smaller than the Earth’s moon.  On Pluto, a day is 6 Earth days long.  Pluto is a gas planet.

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