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SOLAR SYSTEM










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Proper Name
of Planet
Formal
Designation
Planetary Statistics
Planet's
Major Moons
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Planets of Sol

Distance from Center of the Galaxy: 26,000 light-years
Star Type: G2V, yellow main-sequence star
Diameter of Sun: 865,000 miles (1.0 Rsun)
Age of System: 4,568 million earth years

Mercury

Sol I
Distance from sun: 38 million miles
Orbital Period: 87.97 earth days
Rotation Period: 58.65 earth days
Diameter: 3,032 miles
Gravity: 0.39 g
Axil Tilt: 0°
Moons: none

Venus

Sol II
Distance from sun: 67 million miles
Orbital Period: 224.7 earth days
Rotation Period: 243.16 earth days (opposite rotation)*
Solar Day**: 116.7829 days (120 Venusian “circads”)
Diameter: 7,521 miles
Gravity: 0.90 g
Axil Tilt: 177°
Moons: none
Notes: 73% surface water†
.......Terraformed in the 32nd to 40th Centuries A.D.

*The sun sets on Venus in the East and rises in the West
**An effect of it's extremely slow and opposite rotation
Venus' day/night cycle is vastly different than it's rotation period.

Earth

Sol III
Distance from sun: 93 million miles
Orbital Period: 365.25 days
Solar Day: 24 hours
Diameter: 7,926 miles
Gravity: 1.0 g
Axil Tilt: 23°
Moons: 1; Luna
Notes: 75% surface water
Luna

Mars

Sol IV
Distance from sun: 148 million miles
Orbital Period: 686.973 earth days (668.595 Martian days)
Solar Day: 24:39 earth hours
Diameter: 4,221 miles
Gravity: 0.38 g
Axil Tilt: 24°
Moons: 2
Notes: 20% surface water*
.......*Terraformed in the 32nd to 33rd Centuries A.D.
Phobos
Deimos

Jupiter

Sol V
Distance from sun: 490 million miles
Orbital Period: 11.86 earth years
Rotation Period: 9:56 earth hours
Diameter: 89,410 miles
Gravity: 2.64 g
Axil Tilt: 3°
Moons: 4 major, 60+ minor
Io
Europa
Ganymede
Callisto

Saturn

Sol VI
Distance from sun: 840 millon miles
Orbital Period: 29.46 earth years
Rotation Period: 10:12 earth hours
Diameter: 74,901 miles
Gravity: 0.92 g
Axil Tilt: 29°
Moons: 7 major, 60+ minor
Mimas
Enceladus
Tethys
Dione
Rhea
Titan
Iapetus

Uranus

Sol VII
Distance from sun: 1,860 million miles
Orbital Period: 84 earth years
Rotation Period: 17:14 earth hours
Diameter: 31,765 miles
Gravity: 1.17 g
Axil Tilt: 98°
Moons: 5 major, 20+ minor
Note: Discovered on March 13, 1781 A.D.
Miranda
Ariel
Umbriel
Titania
Oberon

Neptune

Sol VIII
Distance from sun: 2,796 million miles
Orbital Period: 164.8 earth years
Rotation Period: 16:06 earth hours
Diameter: 31,404 miles
Gravity: 1.20 g
Axil Tilt: 29°
Moons: 1 major, 12 minor
Note: Discovered on September 23, 1846 A.D.
Triton









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