What Is the Smallest Planet?

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The smallest planet orbiting the sun is Mercury, while the largest is Jupiter. Mercury is also the closest to the sun and measures 4879 km along its equator. Initially, Pluto was considered the smallest planet, but it has since been struck off the list of planets.
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Mercury is the smallest planet of all.
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Planetary order - Pluto (dwarf planet) Mercury, Mars, Venus, Earth,
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the biggest planet in the solar system is Jupiter, and the smallest is Mercury.
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Pluto (if you count it), Mercury, Mars, Venus, Earth, Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, Jupiter
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Mercury is the smallest planet in the Solar System. It has a diameter of 4879 kilometers.
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The smallest planet in the Solar System is Mercury. For the longest time, the smallest planet was considered to be Pluto, but now Pluto isn't a planet any more, so we're back to Mercury.
Pluto used to be the smallest planet, but now it is considered a dwarf planet. Now the smallest planet in the solar system is Mercury, followed by Mars. You can find more information here: http://www.universetoday.com/guide-to-space/mercury/size-of-mercury/
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Planets in order from largest to smallest are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Earth, Venus, Mars, Mercury and Pluto. Pluto has, however, been declassified as ...
The smallest planet in the solar system is Mercury and the biggest planet is Jupiter. Despite its small size, Mercury is extremely dense, composed mostly of rock ...
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