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Java animation showing the motion of the planets of the solar system, moons of Jupiter and two comets.
It turns out solar panels get slightly more power if they face west rather than south.
Build your own solar system in this flash simulation with stars, planets and moons, and see what weird and wonderful orbits you can create.
A relatively basic animation that allows you to view the entire Solar system, or just the inner planets (through the orbit of Mars).
Site giving information about the solar system, including individual planets, comets, asteroids and meteorites.
This NASA site tells you all there is to know about exploring our solar system. With information on all the planets and missions past, present and future.
Read how NASA is watching the space weather from the sun as the solar maximum approaches.
Visit this interactive site to explore the orbits of planets and their moons in our solar system and also in a wide selection of extrasolar planetary systems.
A glossary of solar physics jargon which links to pictures.
Concise explanation of how the solar system started and the planets formed.
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