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Great Solar System and Planet Links:
If you can not find the information you need on a site, try another!
Bob The Alien's Tour of the Solar System
- This site's Table of Planetary Statistics has much of the data you need for your booklet.
Kids Astronomy: The Solar System
- This site is great for students, since the information is written for kids.
NASA Solar System Exploration
- This site has great pictures from NASA as well as great info on the planets.
Zoom Astronomy: The Planets
- This site has basic information on the planets, but it also has great graphs that compare each of the planets to Earth.
National Geographic: the Solar System
- This site has great information on the planets, and allows you to see the planets rotating like a globe.
Windows to the Universe: The Planets
- This site has a lot of great information. Make sure to click on the planet, and then click on the links to the left for in depth information.
Planets for Kids
- an easy to navigate site with basic information about the planets
The Nine Planets
- This site has great information and pictures on the planets of our solar system.
The Nine Planets (kids version)
- This site has information that is organized in a great and easy to read way.
A Traveler's Guide to the Planets
- This site has great videos about the different planets in our solar system.
Exploring the Planets
- This site has some great images of each planet's features as well as a lot of good information.
Wikipedia: The Solar System
- Click on the planet's name to see the Wikipedia site on that planet.
BBC's The Solar System
- This site has a wealth of information on the planets and their main features. Some videos don't work though.
- Space, science, NASA news and videos
- A great site with images and videos about outer space. Click "Explore Astronomy" for great videos and links.