Solar System Facts – 120 Interesting Facts About the Solar System
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Fun Facts About the Solar System
The distance from the Saturn to the Sun is 856 million miles.
The third brightest planet of our solar system is Saturn.
The only moon in our solar system to have atmosphere is Titan and it is the Saturn’s largest moon.
In 1610 the planet Saturn was first observed by Galileo through his telescope.
64 moons are orbiting around the planet Saturn.
The only planet in our solar system to rotate in clockwise movement is Venus.
Venus is the third brightest object in the night sky.
One day on Venus lasts for 243 earth days and one year on Venus lasts for 224.7 days that makes a year is shorter than day so, Venus makes one rotation for every revolution.
The temperature of Venus surface is 470 degrees C because of its thick atmosphere.
Venus is named after the Roman Goddess of love and beauty.