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1. ☀ The Sun - Educational facts and history...
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2. Sun, Sun Information, Facts, News, Photos -- Na...
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4. The Sun Magazine | Personal. Political. Provoca...
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5. The Sun
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8. The Nine Planets Solar System Tour
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Nine Planets Solar System Tour Menu Home sun Moon Planets Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Spacecraft Small Bodies Asteroids Comets Meteors News Nine Planets - Solar System To...
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9. asymptotic giant branch (AGB)
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Evolutionary track of a sun-like star from main sequence to asymptotic giant branch. Image credi...
276 179asymptotic giant branch (AGB) Home > Encyclopedia of Science asymptotic giant branch (AGB) Tweet Evolutionary track of a Sun-like star from main sequence to asymptotic giant branch. Image credit: NOAO A region of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram that lies above and roughly parallel (hence the name "asymptotic") with the red giant region. It is occupied by evolved stars of low to intermediate mass (0.8 to 8 solar masses) that have a tiny, dormant core of carbon and oxygen surrounded by a helium and hydrogen burning shell, and then an enormous convective envelope. Somewhat confusingly, although AGB stars do not lie on the red giant branch, they are often referred to as being red giants because they are large and red in color. The Sun will eventually become an AGB star. An example of a star currently on the asymptotic giant branch is R Sculptoris. Evolution of an AGB star Initially, the hydrogen-fusing shell of anthe sun1the sun
        
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10. Asteroids  l  Asteroid facts, picture...
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262 92Asteroids l Asteroid facts, pictures and information Menu Home Sun Moon Planets Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Spacecraft Small Bodies Asteroids Comets Meteors News Asteroids On the first day of January 1801, Giuseppe Piazzi discovered an object which he first thought was a new comet. But after its orbit was better determined it was clear that it was not a comet but more like a small planet. Piazzi named it Ceres, after the Sicilian goddess of grain. Three other small bodies were discovered in the next few years (Pallas, Vesta, and Juno). By the end of the 19th century there were several hundred. Asteroid History Several hundred thousand asteroids have been discovered and given provisional designations so far. Thousands more are discovered each year. There are undoubtedly hundreds of thousands more that are too small to be seen from the Earth. There are 26 known asteroids larger than 200 km in diameterthe sun1the sun
        
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11. Temperatures of the planets Mars, Earth, Saturn...
http://nineplanets.org/data2.html
of the planets Mars, Earth, Saturn etc Home Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Appendix 1c: Solar System Data 3 Note: This data has been compiled from somewhat less reliable sources; do no...
17Temperatures of the planets Mars, Earth, Saturn etc Home Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Appendix 1c: Solar System Data 3 Note: This data has been compiled from somewhat less reliable sources; do not use for life-critical applications! Miscellaneous Data Gravity Esc vel M.O.V Axial Ascend Peri- Equilib Surface Press Atmospheric Name (g) (km/s) (km/s) incl Oblate node helion (K) (K) (atm) Composition --------- ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ------ ------ ------- ------- ------ ----------- Mercury 0.378 4.44 47.87 0 48.35 77.44 449 440 0 -- Venus 0.907 10.36 35.02 177.36 76.72 131.56 328 730 93 CO2, N2 Earth 1.000 11.19 29.79 23.45 .00335 354.90 102.83 279 287 1 N2, O2, Ar Mars 0.377 5.03 24.13 25.19 .00519 49.60 335.99 226 218 0.007 CO2, N2, Ar Jupiter 2.364 59.5 13.06 3.13 .06481 100.47 15.63 122 120 (x) H2, He Saturn 0.916 35.5 9.66 26.73 .1076 113.71 92.80 90 88 H2, He Uranus 0.889 21.3 6.80 97.86 .030 74.06 176.29 64 the1the sun2159surface" refers to the cloud tops or 1 bar level Much more accurate and detailed data is available from JPL's Horizons telnet interface Home ... Appendices ... Orbital ... Physical ... Misc ... Extrema 1994 - 2015 ? Copyright Nine Planets - A guide to our solar system and beyond. The Planets their moons Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto (Dwarf Planet) Guides Introduction Asteroids, Meteors Small Bodies The Sun The Moon The Solar System Other Solar Systems Kids Astronomy Observatories Spacecraft Other Astronomy Blog Science Tutors See the Solar System Origin of the Solar System Planet Distances, Mass Temperatures Copyright Glossary Appendices Contact Ussun1659the sun
        
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12. Physical Solar System Data
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2 See below for a key to the columns. Physical Data Radius Mass Rotate Dimensions Name (km) (kg...
173 336Physical Solar System Data Home Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Appendix 1b: Solar System Data 2 See below for a key to the columns. Physical Data Radius Mass Rotate Dimensions Name (km) (kg) Dens Abo Vo (days) (km) --------- ------- ------- ---- --- ----- ------ ---------- Sun 695000 1.99e30 1.41 ? -26. 24.6 Mercury 2440 3.30e23 5.43 .11 -1.9 58.6 Venus 6052 4.87e24 5.24 .65 -4.4 -243 Earth 6378 5.97e24 5.52 .30 - 0.99 Mars 3397 6.42e23 3.93 .15 -2.0 1.03 Jupiter 71492 1.90e27 1.33 .52 -2.7 0.41 Saturn 60268 5.68e26 0.69 .47 0.7 0.45 Uranus 25559 8.68e25 1.32 .51 5.5 -0.72 Neptune 24766 1.02e26 1.64 .41 7.8 0.67 Pluto 1150 1.27e22 2.06 .55 13.6 -6.39 (z) Moon 1738 7.35e22 3.34 .12 -12.7 S Phobos 11 1.08e16 1.9 .06 11.3 S 13.5 x 10.8 x 9.4 Deimos 6 1.80e15 1.8 .07 12.3 S 7.5 x 6.1 x 5.5 Metis 20 9.56e16 2.8 .05 17.5 ? Adrastea 10 1.91e16 4.5 .05 18.7 ? 12.5 x 10 x 7.5 Amalthea 94 3.5 e18 1. .05 14.1 S 135 x 83 x 75 Ththe sun1the sun
        
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13. Earth - Educational facts and history of the pl...
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facts and history of the planet Earth. Menu Home sun Moon Planets Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Spacecraft Small Bodies Asteroids Comets Meteors News Earth Fact...
...erview of the site Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have Meta Discuss the workings and policies of this site stack overflow careers Stack Overflow Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered Ask Question Sign up × Stack Overflow is a community of 4.7 million programmers, just like you, helping each other. Join them, it only takes a minute: How do I get a tabbed pane component in JSF 2.0 (Sun Mojarra) up vote 2 down vote fav.........Asteroids l Asteroid facts, pictures and information Menu Home Sun Moon Planets Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Spacecraft Small Bodies Asteroids Comets Meteors News Asteroids ...... On the first day of January 1801, Giuseppe Piazzi discovered an object which he first thought was a new comet. But after its orbit was better determined it was clear that it was not a comet but more like a small planet. Piazzi named it Ceres, after the Sicilian goddess of grain. Three other small bodies were discovered in the next few years (Pallas, Vesta, and Juno). By the end of the 19th century there were several hundred. Asteroid History Several hundred thousand asteroids have been discovered and given provisional designations so far. Thousands more are discovered each year. There are undoubtedly hundreds of thousands more that are too small to be seen from the Earth. There are 26 known asteroids larger than 200 km in diameter...Physical Solar System Data Home Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Appendix 1b: Solar System Data 2 See below for a key to the columns. Physical Data Radius Mass Rotate Dimensions Name (km) (kg......--------- Sun 695000 1.99e30 1.41 ? -26. 24.6 Mercury 2440 3.30e23 5.43 .11 -1.9 58.6 Venus 6052 4.87e24 5.24 .65 -4.4 -243 Earth 6378 5.97e24 5.52 .30 - 0.99 Mars 3397 6.42e23 3.93 .15 -2.0 1.03 Jupiter 71492 1.90e27 1.33 .52 -2.7 0.41 Saturn 60268 5.68e26 0.69 .47 0.7 0.45 Uranus 25559 8.68e25 1.32 .51 5.5 -0.72 Neptune 24766 1.02e26 1.64 .41 7.8 0.67 Pluto 1150 1.27e22 2.06 .55 13.6 -6.39 (z) Moon 1738 7.35e22 3.34 .12 -12.7 S Phobos 11 1.08e16 1.9 .06 11.3 S 13.5 x 10.8 x 9.4 Deimos 6 1.80e15 1.8 .07 12.3 S 7.5 x 6.1 x 5.5 Metis 20 9.56e16 2.8 .05 17.5 ? Adrastea 10 1.91e16 4.5 .05 18.7 ? 12.5 x 10 x 7.5 Amalthea 94 3.5 e18 1. .05 14.1 S 135 x 83 x 75 Th...
        
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14. Solar System Extrema
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Extrema Here are listed the largest, brightest and densest of the major bodies in the solar system and those with be...
159 402Solar System Extrema Home Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Appendix 2: Solar System Extrema Here are listed the largest, brightest and densest of the major bodies in the solar system and those with best prospects for life. The Largest There are 17 bodies in the solar system whose radius is greater than 1000 km. The composite above shows the Sun and the 5 largest planets at a scale of 3200 km/pixel. (Earth is the tiny spot between Jupiter and the Sun). This composite shows Earth and the remaining 11 large solar system objects at a scale of 100 km/pixel. Distance Radius Mass Name Orbits (000 km) (km) (kg) --------- ------- -------- ------- ------- Sun 697000 1.99e30 Jupiter Sun 778000 71492 1.90e27 Saturn Sun 1429000 60268 5.69e26 Uranus Sun 2870990 25559 8.69e25 * Neptune Sun 4504300 24764 1.02e26 * Earth Sun 149600 6378 5.98e24 Venus Sun 108200 6052 4.87e24 Mars Sun 227940 3398 6.42e23 Ganymede Jupiter 1070 2631 1.48e23 +the sun1the sun
        
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15. Comets facts, pictures and information
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Menu Home sun Moon Planets Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Spacecraft Small Bodies Asteroids Comets Meteors News Comets Unlike the...
...erview of the site Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have Meta Discuss the workings and policies of this site stack overflow careers Stack Overflow Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered Ask Question Sign up × Stack Overflow is a community of 4.7 million programmers, just like you, helping each other. Join them, it only takes a minute: How do I get a tabbed pane component in JSF 2.0 (Sun Mojarra) up vote 2 down vote fav.........Asteroids l Asteroid facts, pictures and information Menu Home Sun Moon Planets Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Spacecraft Small Bodies Asteroids Comets Meteors News Asteroids ...... On the first day of January 1801, Giuseppe Piazzi discovered an object which he first thought was a new comet. But after its orbit was better determined it was clear that it was not a comet but more like a small planet. Piazzi named it Ceres, after the Sicilian goddess of grain. Three other small bodies were discovered in the next few years (Pallas, Vesta, and Juno). By the end of the 19th century there were several hundred. Asteroid History Several hundred thousand asteroids have been discovered and given provisional designations so far. Thousands more are discovered each year. There are undoubtedly hundreds of thousands more that are too small to be seen from the Earth. There are 26 known asteroids larger than 200 km in diameter...Physical Solar System Data Home Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Appendix 1b: Solar System Data 2 See below for a key to the columns. Physical Data Radius Mass Rotate Dimensions Name (km) (kg......--------- Sun 695000 1.99e30 1.41 ? -26. 24.6 Mercury 2440 3.30e23 5.43 .11 -1.9 58.6 Venus 6052 4.87e24 5.24 .65 -4.4 -243 Earth 6378 5.97e24 5.52 .30 - 0.99 Mars 3397 6.42e23 3.93 .15 -2.0 1.03 Jupiter 71492 1.90e27 1.33 .52 -2.7 0.41 Saturn 60268 5.68e26 0.69 .47 0.7 0.45 Uranus 25559 8.68e25 1.32 .51 5.5 -0.72 Neptune 24766 1.02e26 1.64 .41 7.8 0.67 Pluto 1150 1.27e22 2.06 .55 13.6 -6.39 (z) Moon 1738 7.35e22 3.34 .12 -12.7 S Phobos 11 1.08e16 1.9 .06 11.3 S 13.5 x 10.8 x 9.4 Deimos 6 1.80e15 1.8 .07 12.3 S 7.5 x 6.1 x 5.5 Metis 20 9.56e16 2.8 .05 17.5 ? Adrastea 10 1.91e16 4.5 .05 18.7 ? 12.5 x 10 x 7.5 Amalthea 94 3.5 e18 1. .05 14.1 S 135 x 83 x 75 Th...
        
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16. Solar System Data l Distances between planets &...
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193Solar System Data l Distances between planets moons Home Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Appendix 1a: Solar System Data Note: The data on these pages has been compiled from a number of sources none of which agree on all items. Some of this data, especially for the smaller satellites, is not very accurate in the first place. Furthermore, orbits vary slightly over time due to gravitational interactions. The accuracy of mass and density data is also limited by the uncertainty in the value of the gravitational constant. This page presents data on the orbits of the planets and moons along with some historical data. The physical data page presents data about the objects themselves. A third page presents some additional miscellaneous data about the planets (only). The recently discovered tiny moons of Jupiter and Saturn are not included here (but see the links). The History and Extrema pages highlight some interesting aspects the1the sun1566rom JPL's Horizons telnet interface or the Solar System Dynamics Web site How to compute planetary positions, by Paul Schlyter Tutorial on computing planetary positions, by Paul Schlyter another page on Astronomical Calculations source code for many astronomical algorithms See below for a key to the columns. Orbital and Historical Data Distance O_Period Name # Orbits (000 km) (days) Incl Eccen Discoverer Date A.K.A. --------- ---- ------- -------- -------- ----- ----- ---------- ---- ------- Sun - - - - - - - - Sol (0) Mercury I Sun 57910 87.97 7.00 0.21 - - (0) Venus II Sun 108200 224.70 3.39 0.01 - - (0) Earth III Sun 149600 365.26 0.00 0.02 - - (0) Mars IV Sun 227940 686.98 1.85 0.09 - - (0) Jupiter V Sun 778330 4332.71 1.31 0.05 - - (0) Saturn VI Sun 1429400 10759.50 2.49 0.06 - - (0) Uranus VII Sun 2870990 30685.00 0.77 0.05 Herschel 1781 (0) Neptune VIII Sun 4504300 60190.00 1.77 0.01 Adams(9) 1846 (0) Pluto IX Sun 5913520 90550 17.15 0.25 Tombaugh 1930 (0) Moon I Earth 384 27sun1066the sun
        
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17. The Nine Planets Glossary
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18. The Nine Planets Glossary
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...erview of the site Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have Meta Discuss the workings and policies of this site stack overflow careers Stack Overflow Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered Ask Question Sign up × Stack Overflow is a community of 4.7 million programmers, just like you, helping each other. Join them, it only takes a minute: How do I get a tabbed pane component in JSF 2.0 (Sun Mojarra) up vote 2 down vote fav.........Asteroids l Asteroid facts, pictures and information Menu Home Sun Moon Planets Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Spacecraft Small Bodies Asteroids Comets Meteors News Asteroids ...... On the first day of January 1801, Giuseppe Piazzi discovered an object which he first thought was a new comet. But after its orbit was better determined it was clear that it was not a comet but more like a small planet. Piazzi named it Ceres, after the Sicilian goddess of grain. Three other small bodies were discovered in the next few years (Pallas, Vesta, and Juno). By the end of the 19th century there were several hundred. Asteroid History Several hundred thousand asteroids have been discovered and given provisional designations so far. Thousands more are discovered each year. There are undoubtedly hundreds of thousands more that are too small to be seen from the Earth. There are 26 known asteroids larger than 200 km in diameter...Physical Solar System Data Home Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Appendix 1b: Solar System Data 2 See below for a key to the columns. Physical Data Radius Mass Rotate Dimensions Name (km) (kg......--------- Sun 695000 1.99e30 1.41 ? -26. 24.6 Mercury 2440 3.30e23 5.43 .11 -1.9 58.6 Venus 6052 4.87e24 5.24 .65 -4.4 -243 Earth 6378 5.97e24 5.52 .30 - 0.99 Mars 3397 6.42e23 3.93 .15 -2.0 1.03 Jupiter 71492 1.90e27 1.33 .52 -2.7 0.41 Saturn 60268 5.68e26 0.69 .47 0.7 0.45 Uranus 25559 8.68e25 1.32 .51 5.5 -0.72 Neptune 24766 1.02e26 1.64 .41 7.8 0.67 Pluto 1150 1.27e22 2.06 .55 13.6 -6.39 (z) Moon 1738 7.35e22 3.34 .12 -12.7 S Phobos 11 1.08e16 1.9 .06 11.3 S 13.5 x 10.8 x 9.4 Deimos 6 1.80e15 1.8 .07 12.3 S 7.5 x 6.1 x 5.5 Metis 20 9.56e16 2.8 .05 17.5 ? Adrastea 10 1.91e16 4.5 .05 18.7 ? 12.5 x 10 x 7.5 Amalthea 94 3.5 e18 1. .05 14.1 S 135 x 83 x 75 Th...
        
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19. The Nine Planets Glossary
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...erview of the site Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have Meta Discuss the workings and policies of this site stack overflow careers Stack Overflow Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered Ask Question Sign up × Stack Overflow is a community of 4.7 million programmers, just like you, helping each other. Join them, it only takes a minute: How do I get a tabbed pane component in JSF 2.0 (Sun Mojarra) up vote 2 down vote fav.........Asteroids l Asteroid facts, pictures and information Menu Home Sun Moon Planets Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto Spacecraft Small Bodies Asteroids Comets Meteors News Asteroids ...... On the first day of January 1801, Giuseppe Piazzi discovered an object which he first thought was a new comet. But after its orbit was better determined it was clear that it was not a comet but more like a small planet. Piazzi named it Ceres, after the Sicilian goddess of grain. Three other small bodies were discovered in the next few years (Pallas, Vesta, and Juno). By the end of the 19th century there were several hundred. Asteroid History Several hundred thousand asteroids have been discovered and given provisional designations so far. Thousands more are discovered each year. There are undoubtedly hundreds of thousands more that are too small to be seen from the Earth. There are 26 known asteroids larger than 200 km in diameter...Physical Solar System Data Home Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Appendix 1b: Solar System Data 2 See below for a key to the columns. Physical Data Radius Mass Rotate Dimensions Name (km) (kg......--------- Sun 695000 1.99e30 1.41 ? -26. 24.6 Mercury 2440 3.30e23 5.43 .11 -1.9 58.6 Venus 6052 4.87e24 5.24 .65 -4.4 -243 Earth 6378 5.97e24 5.52 .30 - 0.99 Mars 3397 6.42e23 3.93 .15 -2.0 1.03 Jupiter 71492 1.90e27 1.33 .52 -2.7 0.41 Saturn 60268 5.68e26 0.69 .47 0.7 0.45 Uranus 25559 8.68e25 1.32 .51 5.5 -0.72 Neptune 24766 1.02e26 1.64 .41 7.8 0.67 Pluto 1150 1.27e22 2.06 .55 13.6 -6.39 (z) Moon 1738 7.35e22 3.34 .12 -12.7 S Phobos 11 1.08e16 1.9 .06 11.3 S 13.5 x 10.8 x 9.4 Deimos 6 1.80e15 1.8 .07 12.3 S 7.5 x 6.1 x 5.5 Metis 20 9.56e16 2.8 .05 17.5 ? Adrastea 10 1.91e16 4.5 .05 18.7 ? 12.5 x 10 x 7.5 Amalthea 94 3.5 e18 1. .05 14.1 S 135 x 83 x 75 Th...
        
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20. Medium
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95 380Medium Home Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune The Interplanetary Medium The space between the planets is far from empty. It contains: electromagnetic radiation (photons); hot plasma (electrons, protons and other ions) a.k.a. the solar wind; cosmic rays; microscopic dust particles; and magnetic fields (primarily the Sun's). While the Sun's radiation is obvious, the other components of the interplanetary medium were not discovered until very recently. The temperature of the interplanetary medium is about 100,000 K. Its density is about 5 particles/cm3 near the Earth and decreases by an inverse square law farther from the Sun. However, the density is highly variable, it can be as much as 100 particles/cm3. Though very tenuous, it has measurable effects on the paths of spacecraft. Except near some of the planets, interplanetary space is filled with the Sun's magnetic field. Its interactions with the solar wind are very complthe sun1the sun
        
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