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PLANETS



Relative size of planets in order of their distance from
the Sun



There are two types of planets in our Solar System:
    Earth-like: These are similar to Earth.They have a thin atmosphere, few or no rockymoons,
    and are dense.

    Jovian: These are similar to Jupiter.They emit more energy than they receive from the
    Sun. They have lots of moons, thick atmosphere, and rings/partial rings. No real surfaces

Earth-like planets in order of their distance from the Sun.

    Mercury


    Venus


    Earth


    Mars


Jovian planets in order of their distance from the Sun.

    Jupiter


    Saturn


    next in size to Jupiter
    Uranus


    Neptune


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