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The Solar System By Megan
Sun The sun is a star that is in the middle of are Solar System.
Mercury Mercury is the closest planet to the sun and has no moon.
Venus Venus is the hottest planet in our Solar System and the second farthest from the sun and has no moons.
Earth Earth is the third planet from the sun and the only planet that can support life and has one moon.
Mars Mars is the forth planet from the sun and has two moons.
Jupiter Jupiter is the largest planet and the fifth planet from the sun and has 50 officail moons and 12 not officail.
Saturn Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun and has rings of asteroids and 53 officail moons and 9 unofficail moons.
Uranus Uranus is turquois and the seventh planet from the sun with 25 moons.
Neptune Neptune is very cold and the eighth planet from the sun. It has only 13 moons that we know of.
Pluto Pluto is a dwarf planet and only has four moons.
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