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Sol, the Sun, our nearest star Mercury, closest planet to our Sun Venus, second planet from the Sun Earth, home to life as we know it Mars, fourth planet from the Sun Jupiter, fifth planet from our Sun Saturn, sixth planet from our Sun Uranus, seventh planet from our Sun Neptune, the eighth planet from our Sun Our moon Vesta is one of the Asteroids in our Solar System Ida is one of the Asteroids in our Solar System Hale-Bopp is one of the Comets in our Solar System Nebulae are one of the beautiful formations we can see with a telescope The International Space Station helps with our exploration of the Cosmos The Hubble Telescope makes it possible for us to see farther into the Cosmos Deep Space Radio Telescopes are one of the ways we study the Cosmos Will we ever travel to other Stars? The Space Shuttle is an example of NASA funding our exploration of the Cosmos Image map of Space Center links: Solar system and beyond
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