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Basics of Our Solar System

Our little corner of the universe is full of planets, moons, and a sun. How much do you know about our galactic neighborhood? Back to Article

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Baby260
Baby260 wrote:
2013-08-09 11:42:31 -0700

Science is my favorite subject. :x

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Lexi1230_
Lexi1230_ wrote:
2012-12-15 00:13:32 -0800

I love anything to do with Space, Animals and Maths!!!

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coolnam
coolnam wrote:
2012-12-14 03:35:45 -0800

Love the solar system smile

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Swaggieec:
Swaggieec: wrote:
2012-09-03 14:54:55 -0700

Im doing my science project on the Solar System (:

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Prophey
Prophey wrote:
2012-08-23 23:42:26 -0700

its funny because humans are only limited to the solar system for now but i look at time space reality and exsistance

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_Obeyyy_
_Obeyyy_ wrote:
2012-05-11 16:35:01 -0700

Im studinq Shooting Stars

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