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  • [[File:Planets2013.jpg|thumb|right|420px|The eight '''planets''' of the solar system. ''(Sizes to scale; distances and illumination not ...nal Astronomical Union]] (IAU) [[2006 redefinition of planet|defines]] '''"planet"''' as a [[celestial body]] that, within the [[solar system]],<ref name=IAU
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  • {{Infobox Planet | mp_category = dwarf planet
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  • {{Infobox Planet ...es), but it is slightly smaller than Uranus due to its higher density. The planet is named after the [[Neptune (mythology)|Roman god of the sea]]. Its [[astr
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  • ...ion]]s show the Kuiper belt to have been strongly influenced by [[Jupiter (planet)|Jupiter]] and [[Neptune]]. During the early period of the [[Solar System] ...CD]] of high quantum efficiency, allowing for cost effective automated KBO searching in combination with large [[telescope]]s.
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  • [[Image:UpdatedPlanets2006.jpg|right|400px|thumb|The '''solar system'''—major bodies drawn to s ...r Satellite Page.] Retrieved August 13, 2007.</ref> at least three [[dwarf planet]]s (including [[Pluto]]) with their four known moons, and billions of [[sma
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  • ...bits the [[Sun]]. Most asteroids are believed to be remnants of the [[protoplanetary disc]] or fragments of larger asteroids. The vast majority of asteroids ...Ceres Moon at 20 km per px.png|thumb|250px|right|Left to right: 4 Vesta, 1 Ceres, Earth's [[Moon]].]]
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  • {{Planet Infobox/Mars}} ...ter the [[Roman mythology|Roman god]] of war. It is also known as the "Red Planet," due to its reddish appearance when seen from the [[Earth]].
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