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Terrestrial planets
Mercury 0.330 4,879 5427 3.7 4222.6 57.9 167 0 Closest to the Sun
Venus 4.87 12,104 5243 8.9 2802.0 108.2 464 0
Earth 5.97 12,756 5514 9.8 24.0 149.6 15 1 Our world
Mars 0.642 6,792 3933 3.7 24.7 227.9 -65 2 The red planet
Jovian planets
Gas giants
Jupiter 1898 142,984 1326 23.1 9.9 778.6 -110 67 The largest planet
Saturn 568 120,536 687 9.0 10.7 1433.5 -140 62
Ice giants
Uranus 86.8 51,118 1271 8.7 17.2 2872.5 -195 27
Neptune 102 49,528 1638 11.0 16.1 4495.1 -200 14
Dwarf planets*
Pluto 0.0146 2,370 2095 0.7 153.3 5906.4 -225 5 Declassified as a planet in 2006, but this <a href="http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2014/10/02/pluto-planet-solar-system/16578959/">remains controversial</a>.
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Name
Mass (10<sup>24</sup>kg)
Diameter (km)
Density (kg/m<sup>3</sup>)
Gravity (m/s<sup>2</sup>)
Length of day (hours)
Distance from Sun (10<sup>6</sup>km)
Mean temperature (°C)
Number of moons
Notes
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Data about the planets of our solar system (Planetary facts taken from <a href="http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/factsheet/">Nasa's Planetary Fact Sheet - Metric</a>.)
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