Earth           MarsPluto                          Testerial Planets - the terrestrial             Uranus                 ...
Orians belt                                     Orion , often referred to as The          KUIPER BELT                     ...
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Kristin's Solar System Brochure

  1. 1. Earth MarsPluto Testerial Planets - the terrestrial Uranus planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth All the moons in and Mars. We also have one neptune terrestrial dwarf planet named the solar system Ceres. They are the first four planets of the solar system made ASTROID BELT mainly of rock as opposed to gas. Venus An astroid is a rocky body inMercury space Untesterial planets- There are four gas giants in our solar system, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Jupiter and Neptune. We know of 336 exoplanets, most of which are Saturn likely gas giants. Exoplanets are planets in orbit about distant suns. Any star is so far away that even the closest to our sun can be fairly described as "distant"...
  2. 2. Orians belt Orion , often referred to as The KUIPER BELT Hunter , is a prominent Oort cloud constellation located on the celestial equator and visible The Kuiper belt (pronounced / ˈkaɪpər/, rhyming with "viper"),The Oort cloud (pronounced / [1] sometimes called theˈɔrt/ ort, alternatively the Öpik- Edgeworth–Kuiper belt, is aOort cloud ) is a hypothesized region of the Solar Systemfdspherical cloud of cometswhich may lie roughly 50,000 beyond the planets extendingAU, or nearly a light-year,... from the orbit of Neptune Dwarf Planets Dwarf Planets The newly defined class of "dwarf planets" includes Ceres in the Main Asteroid Belt (between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter) and Pluto and Eris (2003 UB 313) in the Edgeworth-Kuiper Belt (beyond the orbit of Neptune).

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