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THE TERRESTRIAL PLANETSSIZE COMPARISON: MERCURY VENUS EARTH MARS
VENUS Surface of Venus 2012 “transit of Venus” in front of Sun
EARTH Earth’s atmosphere “Earthrise” on the moon Signs of life!
THE “GAS GIANTS” SIZE COMPARISON: JUPITER SATURN URANUS NEPTUNE
JUPITER – The largest planetThe “Galilean Moons” The “Great Red Spot”
SATURN Complex structure of rings
URANUS Tipped on its side – kind of rolls along
NEPTUNE The “Great Dark Spot” a huge storm
SIZE COMPARISON – all planets
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