Sistema solar

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Solar system
Mercury: Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the second smallest in the Solar System. The Romans gave the name of the messenger of the gods because it was moving faster thanthe other planets. Turn around the Sun in less than three months but turn around its own axis in 58 days and a half. Has a metallic core, partially liquid which occupies almost half the volume of theplanet.
Venus: It is the second planet in the solar system and the most similar to Earth in size, mass, density and volume. Venus rotates in the opposite direction of the other planets. Has manyvolcanoes. 85% of the planet is covered by volcanic rock.
Earth: is the only inhabited planet. The Earth is the largest of the rocky planets. Seven in ten parts of the earth's surface is covered withwater. The Earth is surrounded by a strong magnetic field, as if the planet had a huge magnet
Mars: is known as the Red Planet for its shades of pink. The Romans identified him with the blood and put thename of their god of war. Contains only 0.03% water, a thousand times less than Earth. The reddish color of its surface is due to oxidation or corrosion.
Jupiter: It is the largest planet in theSolar System, and his volume is a thousand times that of Earth. The Great Red Spot of Jupiter is a storm larger than the diameter of Earth. Jupiter's rings are simpler than those of Saturn.
Saturn:Saturn is the second largest planet in the Solar System and the only rings visible from Earth. Has a hydrogen atmosphere, with some helium and methane. It is the only planet that has a lower density thanwater. Each main ring consists of many narrow rings.
Uranus: It is the seventh planet from the Sun and the third largest in the solar system. Uranus atmosphere comprises hydrogen, methane and otherhydrocarbons. Uranus is tilted so that the Ecuador for nearly a right angle, 98 °, with the trajectory of the orbit.
Neptune: Neptune is within molten rock with water, liquid methane and ammonia. The...
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