The Solar System is the gravitationally bound system of the Sun and the objects that orbit it, either directly or indirectly. Of the objects that orbit the Sun directly, the largest are the eight planets, with the remainder being smaller objects, the dwarf planets, and small Solar System bodies.

The Sun[edit | edit source]

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The Core[edit | edit source]

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Mercury[edit | edit source]

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Mercury is the smallest planet in the Solar System, and closest to the Sun. It is named after the Messenger God in Roman mythology. The inhabitants are known as Mercrurians.

Venus[edit | edit source]

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Venus is the second closest planet to the Sun, and the most similar in size to Earth. Named after the Roman God of Love, Venus was originally one of the most inhospitable planets in the Core. The terraforming of Venus begun with hydrogen imported from the Gas Giants inserted into the atmosphere, generating rain and covering her surface in 80% water. Asteroids from the belt were used to increase the planet's rotation speed to match Earth's. The inhabitants are known as Venusians.

Earth[edit | edit source]

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Earth is the third closest planet to the Sun, and the only known home of life in the Solar System. The inhabitants are known as Earthens or Terrans.

Luna[edit | edit source]

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Luna is the only known natural satellite of Earth. The inhabitants are known as Lunese.

Mars[edit | edit source]

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Mars is the fourth closest planet to the Sun, and about 1/3 the size of Earth. Due to its original red due, it is named after the Roman God of War. The inhabitants are known as Martians.

Phobos[edit | edit source]

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Deimos[edit | edit source]

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Asteroid Belt[edit | edit source]

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Ceres[edit | edit source]

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The Rim[edit | edit source]

Jupiter[edit | edit source]

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Europa[edit | edit source]

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Ganymede[edit | edit source]

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Io[edit | edit source]

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Callisto[edit | edit source]

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Saturn[edit | edit source]

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Titan[edit | edit source]

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Enceladus[edit | edit source]

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Rhea[edit | edit source]

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Uranus[edit | edit source]

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Neptune[edit | edit source]

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Triton[edit | edit source]

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The Far Ink[edit | edit source]

Kuiper Belt[edit | edit source]

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Pluto[edit | edit source]

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Charon[edit | edit source]

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Haumea[edit | edit source]

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Makemake[edit | edit source]

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Eris[edit | edit source]

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Ultima Thule[edit | edit source]

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Oort Cloud[edit | edit source]

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