Solar System

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Image: Planetary orbits of the Inner Solar System (Solar Planets One through Four).[1]
Image: Planetary orbits of the Outer Solar System (Solar Planets Five through Eight).
Image: The orbit of Solar Planet Nine (in red) amongst the Edgeworth-Kuiper Belt orbits. Neptune (Solar Planet Eight) is the smallest orbit (in pink) in the center.
Image: The Solar-Jovian Oort Cometary Cloud.[2][3]

Most-massive Solar System objects, sorted by orbital period.[4][5][6]

See also the Solar System gallery.

  • Sol (7.49 × 1015 seconds [s] = [2.25, 2.50] × 108 years [a])[7]

footnotes

Additional keywords: gravitation, gravitational, gravity, Jovian, mass, Neptunian, planet, planets, satellite, satellites, Saturnian


  1. commons:category:Solar System
  2. wikipedia:Oort Cloud
  3. commons:Oort Cloud
  4. Solar System by mass
  5. wikipedia:List of Solar System objects by size#Larger than 400 km
  6. https://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/factsheet/
  7. wikipedia:Star Sol
  8. wikipedia:Planet Mercury
  9. wikipedia:Planet Venus
  10. wikipedia:Planet Terra
  11. wikipedia:Satellite Luna
  12. wikipedia:Planet Mars
  13. wikipedia:Planet Jupiter
  14. wikipedia:Satellite Io
  15. wikipedia:Satellite Europa
  16. wikipedia:Satellite Ganymede
  17. wikipedia:Satellite Callisto
  18. wikipedia:Planet Saturn
  19. wikipedia:Satellite Titan
  20. wikipedia:Planet Uranus
  21. wikipedia:Planet Neptune
  22. wikipedia:Satellite Triton
  23. wikipedia:Minor Planet Pluto
  24. wikipedia:Minor Planet Eris
  25. wikipedia:Sol Nine