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This planet has more than twenty moons.
Saturn
This is the closest planet to the Sun.
Mercury
This is the smallest and coldest planet.
Pluto
This is a clump of ice mixed with dust and frozen gases that moves around the Sun.
Comet
These separate the inner and outer planets.
Asteroid Belt
This planet is known for its beautiful rings.
Saturn
This is a ring of rocks that orbit around the Sun.
Asteroid Belt
This planet is second from the Sun and is sometimes called the Evening Star.
Venus
This planet is called the red planet and is fourth from the Sun.
Mars
This planet spins on its side.
Uranus
This is a star who is 93million miles from the Earth.
The Sun
Only planet to have water in a liquid state.
Earth
This is the only star in our Solar System.
Sun
This planet taks 365 days to travel around the Sun.
Earth
This planet is home to many plants and animals.
Earth
These leave a trail of dust and gas that resemble a tail.
Comet
This is the farthest planet from the Sun.
Pluto
This planet has a large moon Charon.
Pluto
Iron rich stones and dusty soil give this planet a red appearance.
Mars
The thick clouds that surround this planet hold in heat making it the hottest planet.
Venus
This planet has fifteen moons.
Uranus
This planet always faces the Sun and is very hot.
Mercury
This is the largest planet and is made up of gas.
Jupiter
This planet has a bluish color and is named after the Roman god of the sea.
Neptune
This is a satellite that revolves around the Earth.
Moon
These are called shooting stars.
meteors
This planet is eighth from the Sun and has eight moons.
Neptune
This planet was named after a Roman god of war.
Mars
This satellite has no light of its own but reflects the Sun's light.
Moon
This star is not solid but is made of burning gases.
Sun