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The Planets Earth Science
Mercury Type: Terrestrial Diameter: 0.383Distance from the Sun (AU): Mass (Earths): Atmosphere: Negligible Unique: Closest to Sun
Venus Type: Terrestrial Diameter: 0.949Distance from the Sun (AU): Mass (Earths): Atmosphere: Mostly CO2 Unique: Strong greenhouse effect, spins “backwards”
Earth Type: Terrestrial Diameter: 1.0 Distance from the Sun (AU): 1.0Mass (Earths): 1.0 Atmosphere: N2 and O2 Unique: Supports life
Mars Type: Terrestrial Diameter: 0.5326Distance from the Sun (AU): Mass (Earths): Atmosphere: Thin CO2 Unique: Biggest mountain (Olympus Mons)
Jupiter Type: Gas Giant Diameter: 11.209Distance from the Sun (AU): Mass (Earths): Atmosphere: H2 and He Unique: Biggest planet, largest moon “Ganymede”
Saturn Type: Gas Giant Diameter: 9.4494Distance from the Sun (AU): Mass (Earths): Atmosphere: H2 and He Unique: Well-developed rings, most moons incl. Titan.
Saturn’s Moon “Mimas”
Uranus Type: Gas Giant Diameter: 4.0074Distance from the Sun (AU): Mass (Earths): Atmosphere: H2, He, and CH4 Unique: Lays on it’s side
Neptune Type: Gas Giant Diameter: 3.88Distance from the Sun (AU): Mass (Earths): Atmosphere: H2, He, and CH4 Unique: Triton (large moon) orbits “backwards”
Pluto Type: Dwarf Planet (Rocks & Ice) Diameter: 0.1783Distance from the Sun (AU): Mass (Earths): Atmosphere: N2 and CH4 Unique: First discovered of a new class of objects
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