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5 / 1 3 / 2 0 1 9 p lan et ary siz e an d d is t an c e co mp aris o n | nat io n al g eo grap h ic so c iet y h t t p s :/ / www.n at io n algeo grap h ic .o rg/ ac t ivit y/ p lan et ary- s iz e- an d - d is t an c e- c o mp aris o n / p rin t / 1 / 9. Use the science netlinks planet size comparison interactive, which allows you to compare any planet, or the sun or moon, against any other and view them at the same scale. compare each planet listed below to the sun. record data on each planet’s diameter and ratio. planetary size comparison planet or other body size (diameter) ratio sun mercury venus earth mars jupiter saturn uranus neptune. With assistance from stu grove. background information. it is difficult to compare the sizes of the planets in our solar system directly since the solar system is so vast and the planets are so large..
This list contains the sun, the planets, dwarf planets, many of the larger small solar system bodies (which includes the asteroids), all named natural satellites, and a number of smaller objects of historical or scientific interest, such as comets and near-earth objects.. Our solar system revolves around the sun, hence the name solar system. in our system, we have 4 terrestrial planets, 4 gas giants, and a mysterious 9th planet . let’s go over them, but first, here’s a quick rundown of each planet in order of size and distance from the sun.. Planetary fact sheet in u.s. units index of planetary fact sheets - more detailed fact sheets for each planet notes on the fact sheets - explanations of the values and headings in the fact sheet.
Students use metric measurement, including astronomical units (au), to investigate the relative size and distance of the planets in our solar system. then they use scale to model relative distance. students use metric measurement, including astronomical units (au), to investigate the relative size and distance of the planets in our solar system. then they use scale to model relative distance.. How to use the planet size comparison chart. click on a planet or the sun for details on composition, mass, gravity, and number of moons. you can also zoom in and out on the planets or the sun using the plus and minus buttons..