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This Presentation is
Brought to You
by:
Pedro C. Exposito
Astronomical Distances
and
Sizes of Planets
(With Respect to Earth)
Sizes of the Planets
in the
Solar System
Astronomical Distances
in Our
Solar System
(I)
Distance Between
the Earth and the Moon
(II)
Distances Between the
Planets in the Solar System
{ 1 / 10 billion scale model }
Mercury (6m);
Earth (15m); Jupiter (78m);
Pluto (592m)
References
• General Ideas Taken From Chapter 1 in:
Bennett, Jeffrey. The Cosmic Perspective. 5th Ed.
San Francisco: Pearson Education, Inc.,
Addison Wesley, 2009.
• Planetary Pictures and Chart:
- http://ar.to/2006/08/our-new-solar-system
- http://artlibrary.wordpress.com/2009/04/20/make-the-solar-system-in-tappan/
- http://www.saintjoe.edu/~dept14/environment/rogero/core5/celestial_compare.html
- http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/MRO/multimedia/mro20080303earth.html
- http://astrogeek.us/2009/08/21/scale-model-of-the-earth-and-moon/
- http://www.doe.mass.edu/mcas/student/2007/question.aspx?GradeID=8&SubjectCode
=sci&QuestionTypeName=&QuestionID=5175