User:Asteroidz R not planetz

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Hi. I'm Asteroidz R not planetz 18:12, 29 November 2006 (UTC). Would you like to see something funy about cows? If so, come and see this! [1] If you don't like that one then try this! [2] They are very funny. If you prefer llamas then see this instead! [3] If you don't like funny cows or funny llamas then I don't like you. Unless you like cheese, then I like you. Unfortunately I do not know any funny cheese animations. Do you like poetry, rainbows or funky backing tracks? If the answer is yes then come see this! [4] Cheese!


Scientists have recently changed the official order of the planets. This motion won by a unanimous vote in Prague, 24th August, 2006. There are now 12 celestial bodies in our solar system. In order from the sun:

Mecury-4,879km across

Venus-12,104km across

Earth-12,746km across

Mars-6,780km across

Ceres-952km across

Jupiter-138,346km across

Saturn-114,632km across

Uranus-50,532km across

Neptune-49,105km across

Pluto-2,306km across

Charon-1,205km across

2003 UB313-2,400km across

The solar system has been seperated into sub catergories of planets: classical planets and plutons, plutons being the smallest. The planets above that are in italics are plutons and the bold ones are classical planets. The linked ones are new to our solar system. The new definition of a planet is an object with enough gravity to make it spherical, and it orbits the sun and not another planet. This rules out Pluto and Charon because they orbit each other as well as the sun. The difference between a classical planet and a pluton is that plutons take more than 200 years to orbit the sun. Ceres is only just considered too large to be an asteroid. There has been much contradiction over whether Pluto and Charon should be classified as asteroids or not, because, with such an orbit that crosses Neptunes and a second orbit around each other, it's hard to judge what they should classify as.

More Planet Facts[edit]

Mercury's day is twice as long as it's year

Venus has an orbit which has an excentricity of 1%

Earth can also be referred to as Terra

Mars has an asteroid belt between itself and Jupiter

Ceres was discovered in 1801

Jupiter's red spot is actually a storm that has raged for millenia

Saturn's rings are made of rocks and dust

Uranus rotates on it's axis at a 97 degree angle

Neptune is named after the god of the oceans

Pluto was discovered in 1930

Charon is the twin planet to Pluto (they orbit each other whilst orbiting the sun)

They haven't come up with a proper name for 2003 UB313 yet

Planet Jokes[edit]

Is Uranus bigger than Mars?

Whatever you do, don't say yes! If you still don't get it try saying it outloud.

Please tell me more! [5]