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Our solar system explained from the inside out [Infographic]
posted March 31 2012 19:06.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis

And here is a scientific infographic directly taken directly from a scientific website. In this infographic you will see some common facts about the planets in our solar system, and the dwarf planets that orbit away from Pluto. It is interesting to see how small looks our humble Earth in front of the gas giant. Find some info about the asteroid belt, the Kuiper belt and the Oort cloud. And then, it is time to find out our place in our galaxy, the Milky Way!

Our solar system to scale from the sun to the most recently discovered dwarf planet Eris in astronomical units. Source SPACE.com: All about our solar system, outer space and exploration

[Link: space.com]
Tags: solar   space related   science   asteroid   infographic   inventions   moon   discovery   crazy photo/video   artistic   

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