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is the from the Sun and is also the of the Solar System. Mercury has yet to be entirely mapped, making it the least in our system.

Mercury Observation Progress Venus

is the from the Sun and is often called Earth's sister due to its many similarities with the . However, a strong greenhouse effect gives Venus the hottest climate in the Solar System.

65 KM -100°C Sulfuric Acid Cloud Layers 50 KM 0°C Sulfuric Acid Haze 38 KM 25°C Troposphere 0 KM 467°C Surface Level Earth

is the from the Sun, and the densest and fifth-largest of the s in the Solar System. Sometimes referred to as the , Earth is the only to harbor life.

mass 5.9736 x 1024 kg That's 80 times the mass of the moon perimeter 40,075,16 km Equatorial circumference revolution 365 days Complete Orbital Period temperature -89.2 C to 57.8 C Temperature range Mars

is the from the Sun. Named after the Roman god of war, Mars is often described as the "" and is the site of Olympus Mons, the highest known mountain in the Solar System.

Olympus Mons27,000 m Mount Everest8,848 m Mount Fuji3,776 m Jupiter

is the from the Sun and is the of the Solar System. Jupiter has 63 known satellites, the biggest of which are called the four Galilean Moons : Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto.

IO Land of Volcanoes EUROPA Ice Ice Baby GANYMEDE Larger than Mercury CALLISTO The Habitable Moon ? Saturn

is the from the Sun and is the second in our system. Despite its size (9.4 Earths), Saturn's density is so low that it would float on water if there was a large enough ocean.

The origin of Saturn's rings

posed of water ice,
Saturn's rings are believed to
be the remains of a
former moon.

1 2 3 Uranus

is the from the Sun and is the coldest in the Solar System. Altough the first pictures taken by Voyager 2 showed a featureless, pale-, astronomers later plex atmosphere of Uranus.

Axial Tilt 98° The atmosphere of uranus 85.3%
Hydrogen 15.3%
Helium 2.3%
Methane 0.01%
Hydrogen Deuteride Neptune

is the eighth and from the sun. Neptune has been approached only once by a man-made object, Voyager 2 space probe, in 1989. Most of our knowledge es from this first and only flyby.

2100 km/h
max wind speed 13 known satellites
and counting 164 earth years
per neptunian year Voyager 2