Name the nine planets of your solar systems?Savior70 - 7 Answers
The traditional nine planets were Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
Today, astronomers have agreed that the word 'planet' should refer to certain major bodies. The first eight planets, from Mercury through Neptune, meet certain requirements, like being heavy enough that their own gravity makes them spheres (unlike certain asteroids), but also have to 'clear the area' of their orbit. This is why Pluto is no longer considered a planet: years ago, it was the only object to be discovered that distance from the Sun. Now, there have been dozens of such objects, and there are likely thousands more. So instead of there being thousands of these small planets, Pluto is considered a 'dwarf planet', separating from the other eight 'planets'.
The nine planets are Mercury, Mars, Earth, Venus, Saturn,Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. However scientists have now discarded Pluto as a Planet. There is however thought to be another planet ( planer X) on the other side of the sun...
The nine planets, in order from the sun, are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto (which is now classed as a dwarf planet)...
The nine planets in order from the Sun
Mercury, Mars, Earth, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune, Uranus, and Venus are the only planets in our solar system sadly... Pluto is no longer a planet :-(...
Name the nine planets of "your" solar systems? I don't have solar systems of my own as far as I know....
MY solar systems have no planets, but contain silicon cells.
Thank you for your question.