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So

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mercury venus earth mars asteroid belt Jupiter Saturn uranus neptune

edit: kupier objects (including pluto)
 

waggy

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my very energetic mother just served us nine pizza's


wich is how i learned them heh
 

nakedfrog

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Originally posted by: So
mercury venus earth mars asteroid belt Jupiter Saturn uranus neptune

edit: kupier objects (including pluto)
Asteroid belt isn't a planet, nubcaque!
 

effowe

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MVEMJSNUP

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, Pluto

Neptune and Uranus may be switched, I always messed that up.

Edit:

Yep, they were messed up. And when I learned Pluto was still a planet, so I double fail.
 

So

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Originally posted by: nakedfrog
Originally posted by: So
mercury venus earth mars asteroid belt Jupiter Saturn uranus neptune

edit: kupier objects (including pluto)
Asteroid belt isn't a planet, nubcaque!
but ceres is a dwarf planet and it's in there.
 

So

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Originally posted by: blackdogdeek
Originally posted by: So
Originally posted by: nakedfrog
Originally posted by: So
mercury venus earth mars asteroid belt Jupiter Saturn uranus neptune

edit: kupier objects (including pluto)
Asteroid belt isn't a planet, nubcaque!
but ceres is a dwarf planet and it's in there.
ganymede, titan, callisto, io ?
europa, not titan.

reference sheet.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wi...of_solar_system_v7.jpg

I had to look it up to be sure. :eek:
 

Jeff7

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Oh please. Could do this since elementary school.

Mercury
Venus
Earth
Mars
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Pluto

From 1979 to 1999, Pluto was closer than Neptune.

Pluto is also in a 3:2 resonance orbit with Neptune, something which a number of small icy objects out that way share. (Ooh, aah, bonus points.)
And Pluto's orbital period is 247.7 years.

Originally posted by: So
OK, my turn: without looking name the moons of jupiter.
Aren't there like, 250 billion moons around Jupiter or something? It's got loads of them.
4 Galilean Moons though:
Io
Europa
Callisto
Ganymede (which is larger than Mercury)

I think it's got more than 50 known moons though.

Saturn's largest, Titan, with an atmosphere denser than Earth's.

Uranus has got a funky moon, Miranda. And another moon: Umbriel. And a number of other ones.

Neptune: Triton and Nereid, plus a bunch more discovered by Voyager 2

Pluto: Charon, plus two other wee little ones discovered in the past few years.
 

cdmccool

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Originally posted by: purbeast0
my very excellent mother just sent us very nice plates.

You got an extra planet in there dud!

My Very Excellent Mother Just Served Us Nine Pies
 

thepd7

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Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto (although now it may or may not be a planet)
 

ElFenix

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jupiter releases more energy into space than it absorbs
 

Jahee

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Originally posted by: waggy
my very energetic mother just served us nine pizza's


wich is how i learned them heh
My Very Energetic Mum Just Swam Under North Pier is how i learnt! Hah.
 

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