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    • Solar System Miss Parinda Horhirunkul Jaja G.701 Miss Narunat Auttarkarnwiwait Nat G.701
    • The Sun
      • The Sun is the star of galaxy.
    • Mercury
      • The Mercury is the closet planet to The Sun.
    • Venus
      • The Venus is the second-closest plant to the sun.
    • Earth
      • The Earth is the third planet from the sun and have a solid, a liquid, and a gas
    • Mars
      • The Mars has a very thin atmosphere, mostly carbon dioxide, but dust storms can cover the whole planet for months at a time . About every two years the Earth and Mars come close together . The planet has two moons, Deimos and Phobos.
    • Jupiter
      • The Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system and the fifth from the sun.
    • Saturn
      • The Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun, and have a ring. The rings are made up of piece of ice and rocks.
    • Uranus
      • The Uranus is the seventh planet from the sun.
    • Neptune
      • The Neptune is the eighth planet from the sun. Neptune’s asmosphere is composed of hydrogen,helium, and methane.