The Natural Satellite of The Earth

The Natural Satellite of The Earth

Sometimes white, sometimes red, crescent-shaped, oval or perfectly round, the Moon has been the faithful companion of the Earth for billions of years.

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Venus

Venus

In relation to the Sun, Venus is the second planet after Mercury, just in front of the Earth. It is the only planet that shines stronger than the Sirius star, with a magnitude that can exceed -4.5 when it is close to the Earth (lower opposition).

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Mercury

Mercury

Mercury is a small planet that resembles the Moon with a diameter of 4878 km (against 12756 km for the Earth). Mercury does not have an atmosphere.

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Ring of Saturn

The Ring System of Saturn

We speak of a system because there is not only one ring but countless, almost an infinity. The rings of Saturn are unique in the solar system because they are both very extended and very bright.

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Saturn

Saturn

Saturn, the planet with the rings. It is really the most beautiful planet of the solar system. Located two times farther from the Sun than Jupiter, Saturn is also 10 times smaller than him or 4.5 times smaller if we take into account his rings.

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Saturn

Jupiter

Jupiter, Zeus, the god of Olympus, is 773 million km from the Sun, 5 times farther than the Earth and revolves around the Sun in just over 11 years. It turns very fast on itself: in 9h55 min against 24 hours for the Earth. Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system.

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Saturn

A Procession of 9 Planets

Apart from our star, the Sun, and some small stars (comets, asteroids, etc.), the solar system includes 8 planets that can be divided into three categories. There are 4 terrestrial planets, that is to say having a rocky and therefore solid surface: Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars, to which is added Pluto which is a dwarf planet.

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Saturn

Light

Light is electromagnetic radiation within a certain portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. The word usually refers to visible light, which is the visible spectrum that is visible to the human eye and is responsible for the sense of sight.

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