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Data for the Celestial Bodies


Welcome to Planetary Database, Data for the Celestial Bodies!


Planetary Database is a database for the celestial bodies includes all images, videos, and other multimedia tour of our Solar System. All articles, the entries from A to Z guide from a book encyclopedia in "The Solar System: An A-Z Guide" book.

The entries are:

  • Main articles
  • Images
  • Videos
  • ...and more!

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Glow-sun Montage-planets Montage-dwarfplanets Montage-moons Montage-asteroids Glow-comet Montage-glow-meteoroids
Sun Planets Dwarf Planets Moons Asteroids Comets Meteoroids
Transparent-kuiperbbelt Glow-eris Glow-stars Glow-nebula Montage-glow-galaxies Montage-probes
Kuiper belt Scattered disc Stars Nebulae Galaxies Spacecraft

Selected objects

To select the celestial bodies, and see all the information, learn more. The below table shows the Solar System objects by size and was made from Wikipedia.

Solar System
Sun
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Fake earth
Sun Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Earth
Venus
Fake mars
Ganymede
Titan
Mercury Mariner 10
Callisto
Venus Mars Ganymede Titan Mercury Callisto
Io
Fake moon
Europa
Triton
Eris
Pluto
Io Moon Europa Triton Eris Pluto
Titania NASA
Rhea NASA
Oberon NASA
Iapetus NASA
Charon
Umbriel NASA
Titania Rhea Oberon Iapetus Charon Umbriel
Ariel NASA
Dione NASA
Tethys NASA
Ceres
Vesta
Enceladus
Ariel Dione Tethys 1 Ceres 4 Vesta Enceladus
Miranda
Proteus NASA
Mimas NASA
Hyperion
Phoebe
Mathilde
Miranda Proteus Mimas Hyperion Phoebe 253 Mathilde
Ida
Phobos old
Deimos old
Gaspra
243 Ida Phobos Deimos 951 Gaspra
Ranging order by size. (Data table: Wikipedia)

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Asteroids are circular region called an asteroid belt.

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Pluto
Pluto: The Frozen Dwarf Planet
The second-most-massive known dwarf planet in the Solar System (after Eris) and the tenth-most-massive body observed directly orbiting the Sun. Although Pluto was discovered in 1930, limited information on the distant object delayed a realistic understanding of its characteristics. Pluto is the second largest known dwarf planet and tenth largest orbiting the Sun. From its time of discovery in 1930 to 2006 it was considered to be the ninth planet in the solar system, but because additional objects have been discovered including Eris which is 27% more massive, the IAU reclassified Pluto and the other objects as dwarf planets.

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