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Planets have fascinated scientists and humans in general for years, after all we do live on one ourselves. By learning more about these amazing objects that orbit the same sun as Earth, we can learn more about our own planet.

The beauty of the planets found in our solar system is that they are so varied, with each one offering a new insight into everything from chemistry to physics, geography and how our solar system was formed all those years ago.

 
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Mercury

It's a tough life living next to the sun but someone's got to do it. Find out why Mercury has more in common with the Moon than our own Earth.

Mercury facts

Venus

Similar in size to Earth but just a little hotter, ok make that a lot hotter! Venus is like an oven on a high temperature thanks to its thick clouds which keep the heat in.

Venus facts

Mars

The 'Red Planet' hasn't quite been conquered by humans yet but it's had a few interesting visitors in recent years. Find out more about this and the potential for liquid water on this rocky planet.

Mars facts

Jupiter

It's big, its angry and its home to some of the most extreme conditions in our solar system. Welcome to Jupiter, where storms rage and intense gravity rules.

Jupiter facts

Saturn

This gas giant is famous for its beautiful rings as well as being the second biggest planet in our solar system. Learn about the ice crystals that make up the rings and much more.

Saturn facts

Uranus

Keen to stand out from the crowd, Uranus rolls like a barrel rather than spinning like Earth. Learn more about this and its long orbit around the sun.

Uranus facts

Neptune

Fierce storms rage on this planet at the edge of our solar system. Read about this and other things that make Neptune such an interesting planet.

Neptune facts

Pluto

It's tough being the little guy and no one knows this better than Pluto who isn't even considered a planet anymore. Still, there's a lot to learn about an object that orbits so far from the sun.

Pluto facts
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