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Planets in Solar System - A comparison

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Our Sun has eight planets i.e. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. It has more then hundreds of moons, many dwarf planets and a very large number of asteroids and comets. Some dwarf planets and asteroids also have their moons. In the following article I am trying to compare various planets on various aspects -

Planets according to their size (Decreasing Order)

1. Jupiter

2. Saturn

3. Uranus

4.  Neptune

5. Earth

6. Venus

7. Mars

8. Mercury

 

Planets according to their mass (Decreasing Order)

1. Jupiter

2. Saturn

3. Uranus

4. Mars

5. Earth

6. Venus

7. Uranus

8. Saturn

 

Planets according to their density (Decreasing Order)

1.  Earth

2. Mercury

3. Venus

4. Mars

5. Neptune

6. Jupiter

7. Uranus

8. Saturn

 

Planets according to their revolution period (Decreasing Order)

1. Mercury

2. Venus

3. Earth

4. Mars

5. Jupiter

6. Saturn

7. Uranus

8. Neptune

 

Planets according to their revolution velocity (Decreasing Order)

1. Mercury

2. Venus

3. Earth

4. Mars

5. Jupiter

6. Saturn

7. Uranus

8. Neptune

 

Terrestrial Planets

Terrestrial Planets are those planets which are made up of rocks and their structures are being similar to that of the Earth.

1. Mercury

2. Venus

3. Earth

4. Mars

 

Jovial Planets

Jovial Planets are also called as ‘giant planets’ because their structures are similar to the Jupiter.

1. Jupiter

2. Saturn

3. Uranus

4. Neptune

posted May 26 by anonymous

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