What Does the Solar System Look like?


The solar system is composed of the Sun and astronomical objects which are gravitationally bound to revolve around it. The solar system has eight planets that revolve around it and a number of asteroids which are found independently and in asteroid belts such as the Kuiper belt and scattered disk. For more details on the solar system please visit Wikipedia.
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What Does the Solar System Look Like?
Our solar system is composed of planets, comets and asteroids along with other space debris that orbits the star we call the sun. Formed more than 4 1/2 billion years ago, our solar system is one of countless like it throughout space. The solar system... More »
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Our solar system is enormous. Its' most dominant item, by far, is the sun. The sun uses gravity to force the eight planets to revolve around it. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_System
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