Facts and knowledge about our solar system
Earth is the only planet in our solar system known to have liquid water on its surface.
Venus is the hottest planet in our solar system with an average surface temperature of around 462 degrees Celsius.
Mars has the tallest volcano in our solar system called Olympus Mons, which is more than 21 kilometers high.
Jupiter has the largest number of moons in our solar system - currently more than 70 moons are known around Jupiter.
Saturn is known for its spectacular rings, made up of ice and dust particles that orbit the planet.
Uranus is the only planet in our solar system that is tilted on its side, with its axis nearly parallel to its orbit around the sun.
Neptune is the farthest planet from the sun in our solar system and is known for its strong Mercury is the smallest planet in our solar system and is also the closest planet to the sun.
Explore Mercury - the Sun's innermost planet. Experience a short but meaningful introduction to Mercury and get mouth-watering information about its unique properties and importance in our solar system. Do you want to dive deeper into this fascinating world? Read on for more!
Pluto was previously classified as a planet, but was downgraded to a dwarf planet in 2006 by the International Astronomical Union.
Europa, one of Jupiter's moons, is covered in a thick ice crust and is believed to have an underground ocean of liquid water.
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