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THE SOLAR SYSTEM By: Natalie Natale LRC 320 Final Project
MERCURY- Closet Planet from the Sun
VENUS- Second Closet Planet from the sun.
EARTH- Third Planet from the Sun
MARS- Fourth Planet from the Sun
JUPITER- Fifth Planet from the Sun
SATURN- Fifth Planet from the Sun
URANUS- Seventh Planet from the Sun
NEPTUNE- Eighth Planet from the sun
PLUTO- Ninth planet from the sun
People who travel to space: ASTRONAUTS
The ONLY way to travel to space: ROCKETS
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