This category lists pages and sites which provide information about the Solar System. It includes pages about the Sun, the nine planets, their moons and other bodies from the Solar System.
Beginners guide with basic facts about the nine planets.
Contains a photograph gallery of the major celestial bodies in the solar system.
View the earth and moon from many vantage points and in multiple ways. Provides latitude and longitude positions as well as the altitude and time from which the images were taken.
More than 25 hands-on science activities about geology, earth, planetary, and space sciences.
Also known as "The Earth as a Peppercorn." A scale model of the solar system.
Learn about the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto with this interactive animated facts game.
Provides an insiders' view of what it's like to work with Earth's most powerful space telescope.
Activities include figuring out how much you would weigh on another planet and comparing the sizes of the planets.
Provides illustrated descriptions of each planet, as well as comets, asteroids and other bodies.
Provides an overview of the sun and each of the nine planets. Also includes biographies of researchers.
Factual information on the planets in the solar system, from Mercury to Pluto and beyond.
Includes information and images related to the solar system and its inner planets.
Offers the possibility to see what the Sun and every planet and their major moons look like from any other place in the Solar System at nearly any date at any time. The pictures are very accurate and in color.
Collect Solar System trading cards as you answer trivia questions correctly.
Printable worksheets, logic problems, word searches, and puzzles.
A collection of many of the best images from NASA's planetary exploration.
A student-based website focusing on general information about the planets, moon, and sun.
An in-depth resource to the Solar System. Including articles about each part of the Solar System and its planets.
Learn about asteroids, comets, planets, and the sun. Also contains facts, news, and pictures.
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