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Planets Clipart and Pictures
A selection of planet clipart and pictures..
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*** Pictures of Planets ***
A variety of planet pictures. You will find pictures of Mars, Venus, Jupiter, Earth and more...
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Astronomy For Kids: The Planets of Our Solar System
Astronomy.comís Astronomy For Kids is a fun place for kids to learn about the planets in our solar system-Click on the planet images to find out more.
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Solar System Exploration: Bodies: Neptune
With an orbital period of 165 years, Neptune has yet to complete one full trip around the sun since it was discovered in 1846!
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Solar System
Video explains the Solar System in an interesting and detailed way.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w36yxLgwUOc

Solar System Exploration: Bodies: Mars
Today Mars is dry as a desert, despite clear evidence that water once flowed freely across its surface. Where did Mars' water go?
sse.jpl.nasa.gov/features/planets/mars/mars...

ORRERY: The Solar System in Action
Orrery is a virtual tour of the solar sytem, with many useful educational resources throughout. Written by an English Physics and Astronoy teacher based in Cambridge.
harmsy.freeuk.com/orrery.html

Formation of the Solar System
Video learn about Formation of the Solar System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRZYMimUET8

Explore the solar system!
The Solar System Explorer game contains several mini-games. You can explore the planets, moons, asteroids, and comets by clicking on them.
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Solar System Exploration: Bodies: Pluto
Smaller than Earth's moon, Pluto remains an unexplored celestial snowball 4 billion miles from the Sun.
sse.jpl.nasa.gov/features/planets/pluto/plu...

Solar System Exploration: Bodies: Saturn
Saturn, the sixth planet from the Sun, is one of the five planets visible from Earth without a telescope.
sse.jpl.nasa.gov/features/planets/saturn/sa...

EOA Scientific Sytems - Internet Campus
The nine planets of our solar system formed at regular distance intervals from the sun. Try and arrange the planets according to their relative distance. Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are in one interactive as the inner planets.
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Solar System Exploration: Bodies: Meteors, Meteorites and Meteoroids
Meteorites range in measure from micrometer-size grains to large individual boulders.
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Solar System Exploration: Bodies: The Sun
Most of the mass in our solar system is contained in the Sun, or, as Carl Sagan used to say, our solar system consists of one star and some debris.
sse.jpl.nasa.gov/features/planets/sun/sun.h...

Solar System Exploration: Bodies: Mercury
Mercury may have small ice caps at its north and south poles, existing deep inside craters where the sun's light does not reach.
sse.jpl.nasa.gov/features/planets/mercury/m...

Explore the solar system!
The Solar System Explorer game contains several mini-games. You can explore the planets, moons, asteroids, and comets by clicking on them.
spaceplace.nasa.gov/solar-system-explorer/e...

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