Celestial objects make up our solar system. There are planets, moons, asteroids, comets, meteors, and many more undiscovered objects.
There are many different planets in our solar system. The planets closer to the Sun are referred to as terrestrial/rocky planets. The planets further away from the Sun such as Jupiter, Satun, etc. are considered gaseous planets. The planets revolve around the sun orbit on their axis.
Asteroids are rocky bodies in the solar system. Most of the asteroids are found in the asteroid belt between Jupiter and Mars. They vary in sizes and shape.
(Asteroid Belt) Asteroids are actually much more rough and dented.
Comets have a main body, head, and tail. They are sometimes referred to as dirty snowballs. When you see them in the sky you usually see their tails made of vibrant colors such as blue, red, and pink. Comets are made of ice, dust, and small gritty particles
Moons play a big role in our solar system and our daily lives. Moons help control our gravity. Some planets have 0 moons where others have 60 or more.
A meteoroid is a small piece of rock that broke off of a comet or asteroid. A meteor is the light that appears when a meteor enters Earth's atmosphere. A meteorite is a meteoroid that lands on Earth.