Dwarf planets are what you think they are. They are small rocky body’s that orbit in the sun in our solar system. There are 5 officially recognised dwarf planets in the solar system. Dwarf planets are the same as the normal planets, just smaller. There are other differences between planets and Dwarf planets, with the main one being that dwarf planets have not cleared other objects in the area that they orbit.
This comet is in constant orbit around the sun on the solar system; however it will not be back Earth’s way for a very long time. Comet Hale – Bopp is one of the most well- known comets that has come close to Earth. It was also one of the brightest comets ever seen in the sky from earth. We also now have technology to get really close to orbiting comets to study them and in fact believe or not we have successfully landed in the comet.
Asteroids are made up of rock and metal for the most part, and in different areas of our Solar System made up of ice and other materials. In our Solar System there are two belts of asteroids that orbit our sun. The belts are made up of materials left over from when the planets were formed. One is called “The Asteroid belt” which is the remains of the planet between Mars and Jupiter that failed to fully form.
Our moon or ‘Luna’ as it’s also called, is very important to us and to the Earth itself. It is believed
that the moon was formed not too long after the Earth was formed. There were a lot of things going on at this early stage of solar system! So far about 4.5 billion years or so, the moon has been orbiting our planet, where they go hand in hand like child and its parent.
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