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Solar System
The Solar System. Sizes but not distances to scale.
The Sun and planets of the Solar System. Sizes but not distances are to scale.
Age 4.568 billion years
Location
System mass 1.0014 Solar masses
Nearest star
Nearest known planetary system Alpha Centauri system  (4.37 ly)
Planetary system
Semi-major axis of outer planet (Neptune) 30.10 AU  (4.503 billion km)
Distance to Kuiper cliff 50 AU
Populations
Stars 1  (Sun)
Planets
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Known dwarf planets
Possibly several hundred;[1]
five currently recognized by the IAU
Known natural satellites
427
Known minor planets 638,836  (as of 2014-04-15)[4]
Known comets 3,263  (as of 2014-04-15)[4]
Identified rounded satellites 19
Orbit about Galactic Center
Invariable-to-galactic plane inclination 60.19°8  (ecliptic)
Distance to Galactic Center 27,000 ± 1,000 ly
Orbital speed 220 km/s
Orbital period 225–250 Myr
Star-related properties
Spectral type G2V
Frost line ≈5 AU[5]
Distance to heliopause ≈120 AU
Hill sphere radius ≈1–2 ly
Solar System
The Solar System. Sizes but not distances to scale.
The Sun and planets of the Solar System. Sizes but not distances are to scale.
Age 4.568 billion years
Location
System mass 1.0014 Solar masses
Nearest star
Nearest known planetary system Alpha Centauri system  (4.37 ly)
Planetary system
Semi-major axis of outer planet (Neptune) 30.10 AU  (4.503 billion km)
Distance to Kuiper cliff 50 AU
Populations
Stars 1  (Sun)
Planets
line-height:1.1em
Known dwarf planets
Possibly several hundred;[1]
five currently recognized by the IAU
Known natural satellites
427
Known minor planets 638,836  (as of 2014-04-15)[4]
Known comets 3,263  (as of 2014-04-15)[4]
Identified rounded satellites 19
Orbit about Galactic Center
Invariable-to-galactic plane inclination 60.19°8  (ecliptic)
Distance to Galactic Center 27,000 ± 1,000 ly
Orbital speed 220 km/s
Orbital period 225–250 Myr
Star-related properties
Spectral type G2V
Frost line ≈5 AU[5]
Distance to heliopause ≈120 AU
Hill sphere radius ≈1–2 ly

References

  1. ^ Mike Brown (August 23, 2011). "Free the dwarf planets!". "Mike Brown's Planets (self-published)". 
  2. ^ Sheppard, Scott S. "The Giant Planet Satellite and Moon Page". Departament of Terrestrial Magnetism at Carniege Institution for science. Retrieved 2013-07-23. 
  3. ^ Wm. Robert Johnston (2013-12-06). "Asteroids with Satellites". Johnston's Archive. Retrieved 2013-12-12. 
  4. ^ a b "How Many Solar System Bodies". NASA/JPL Solar System Dynamics. Retrieved 2013-12-12. 
  5. ^ Mumma, M. J.; Disanti, M. A.; Dello Russo, N.; Magee-Sauer, K.; Gibb, E.; Novak, R. (2003). "Remote infrared observations of parent volatiles in comets: A window on the early solar system". Advances in Space Research. 31 (12): 2563. doi:10.1016/S0273-1177(03)00578-7.