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  • ...to be remnants of the protoplanetary disc which were not incorporated into planets during the system's formation. Some asteroids have moons. The vast majority
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  • ...momentum and conservation of energy is one way to derive the orbits of the planets.
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  • Facts about the Earth from the [http://www.nineplanets.org/earth.html nine planets]. [[Category:Planets]]
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  • ...llipse is constant. An example of an ellipse in astronomy is the orbits of planets. Each planet or asteroid orbits the sun along an elypictal path. In the cas
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  • A generation ship is a spaceship that travels at sub-light speeds to planets in other solar systems. They are currently the only way to colonize the ga ...to be fueled by something they could mine either from space, asteroids or planets.
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  • ...uence, of a massive body like a planet or a sun. Certain groups claim that planets aren’t the ideal place for a space faring civilization because they would However, most members of New Mars do not share this opinion because planets and moons provide an abundance of resources in a localized region, give ple
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  • ...ts further away from the sun than near the sun. However it can be found in planets closer to the sun in water deep underground or within a permanently shaded
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  • ...es to return locally collected data on the atmospheres and surfaces of the planets Mercury, Venus, and Mars. Of the ten Mariner space probes originally const
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  • * Mars from [http://www.nineplanets.org/mars.html The Nine Planets] [[Category:Planets]]
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  • ...y and will be required to take us to the light scarce regions of the outer planets.
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  • Other candidates for vehicles to the outer planets include: [[gas core nuclear reactor]], [[VASIMR]] and [[salt water nuclear
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  • ...g a mars base, powering instrumentation for deep space probes to the outer planets and military applications. The first major project planed to incorporate Nu
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  • * [http://exoplanet.eu/ Exosolar planets]- continuously updated full catalog * [http://www.agu.org/journals/je/ JGR-Planets] - planetary science
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  • The sun at [http://www.nineplanets.org/sol.html the nine planets].
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  • ...And [[salt water nuclear reactor]]s as methods for traveling to the outer planets for vehicles larger than a given size.
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