Dec 15, 2014 ... It's is no secret that Earth is the only inhabited planet in our Solar System. All the
planets besides Earth lack a breathable atmosphere for ...
Oct 23, 2003 ... In this diagram, we view the planets' -- and dwarf planet Pluto's -- temperatures in
both Fahrenheit and Celsius. (Planetary objects are not ...
Temperature: Mercury's surface temperatures range from 467 degrees Celsius (
872 degrees ... Named after: God of all the Roman Gods. ... orbit, Neptune is
actually the farthest out of the nine planets for about 20 years out of every 248
It was subsequently visited by many others (more than 20 in all so far), ... a run-
away greenhouse effect that raises Venus' surface temperature by about 400 ...
Check out an on-line distance scale of the planets. ... Surface Temp: 12,000°F (
6000°C) Core Temp: 27 Million°F (15 Million°C) Diameter: 865,000 mi. .... Since
Kuiper Belt objects are all officially named after creation gods, 2005FY9 was
named ... International Astronomical Union 2006 Resolutions / Tne Nine Planets.
Table of statistics for the planets and dwarf planets in the solar system. ...
Average Temperature, Contents of Atmosphere, Year of Discovery, Number of
Oct 9, 2008 ... mean temperature at surface (C), -180 to 430, 465, -89 to 58, -82 to 0, -150 ... All
the planets have eccentricities close to 0, so they must have ...
Click here to see the names of all the planets and their satellites. ... solar system
which keeps the planet at a reasonably constant temperature of 460 degrees C.
Named by early Romans after the messenger of their gods. Rotation: 59days.
Revolution: 88days. Atmosphere: Helium, oxygen, hydrogen. Temperature: -193?
With daytime highs of 430C and nightime lows of -170C, Mercury experiences
the greatest temperature range of all the planets (though Venus is the hottest).