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  • Hello every one do you like space science if you don't know I will help you Let's go
  • Mercury or Mercury is the smallest and closest to the Sun of the eight planets of the Solar System, [a] with an orbital period of 88 Earth days. Seen from Earth, the planet appears with an orbit of approximately 116 days, and is much faster than the other planets. This rapid movement led the Romans to name the planet Mercurius, the god of rapid communication and communication.
  • Venus or Venus Platinum, is the second planet in the solar system, orbiting itself with a period of 224.7 Earth days. Behind the Moon, it is the brightest natural celestial body in the dark sky, with an apparent magnitude of −4.6, bright enough to create shadows on the water's surface, because Venus is the inner planet from Earth. , it never appears in the sky but is too far away from the Sun: the angle of separation reaches a maximum of 47.8 °. Venus reaches its greatest luminosity right near sunset or dawn, so people also call it Day, when this planet rises at dusk, and Plum, when this planet rises at dawn. intelligence.
  • Earth or Earth, is the third planet from the Sun, and is also the largest of the terrestrial planets of the solar system in terms of radius, mass and matter density. Earth is also known as "the blue planet is home to millions of species, including humans, and so far this is the only place in the universe known to have life. This was formed 4.55 billion years ago and life appeared on its surface about 1 billion years ago.Since then, Earth's biosphere, atmosphere, and other inorganic conditions have changed. significantly, facilitating the proliferation of aerobic microorganisms as well as the formation of an important protective ozone layer that, together with the Earth's magnetic field, suppresses harmful radiation. and to protect life.
  • Mars or Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in the Solar System. It is often referred to as the "Red Planet", due to the abundance of iron oxide on the planet's surface that causes it to appear its characteristic red color. Mars is a rocky planet with a thin atmosphere, whose surface features resemble both craters on the Moon and the volcanoes, valleys, deserts, and ice caps at its upper extremity. Earth. The rotation and cycles of the seasons on Mars are quite similar to that of Earth due to the inclination of the axis of rotation. On Mars is Mount Olympus Mons, the tallest mountain in the Solar System, and the Valles Marineris, the longest and widest canyon in the Solar System. The flat Borealis basin in the northern hemisphere covers up to 40% of the red planet's surface and could have been a giant crater in the past.
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