User:Jcpag2012/Planetary-mass Objects

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This table lists the Solar System's planetary-mass objects (planemos), which include planets, dwarf planets and planet-sized moons,[1] [2] grouped by the region of the Solar System.

Region Name Type Image Internal

structure

Diameter
(km)
Surface
gravity
(m/s²)
Escape
velocity
(km/s)
Solar
day (h)[3]
Surface
area
(km²×106)
Surface area
(system
summary)[4]
Terrestrial Planets Mercury planet Mercury in color - Prockter07 centered.jpg Internal Structure of Mercury.jpg 4878 3.70 4.2 4223 75 75
Venus planet Venus-real color.jpg Venus structure.jpg 12104 8.9 10.4 2802 460 460
Earth planet The Earth seen from Apollo 17.jpg Earth poster.svg 12756 9.8 11.2 24 510.1 548
Moon satellite FullMoon2010.jpg Moon diagram.svg 3476 1.62 2.4 731 37.9
Mars planet Mars 23 aug 2003 hubble.jpg Mars cutaway NASA.jpg 6786 3.72 5.0 25 144.8 144.8
Ceres dwarf planet PIA18920-Ceres-DwarfPlanet-20150219.jpg Cerescut1.jpg 950 0.26 0.5 9 2.8 2.8
Gas Giants Region Jupiter planet Jupiter New Horizons.jpg Jupiter diagram.svg 142700 24.9 59.6 10 232.9
Io satellite Io highest resolution true color.jpg Io diagram.svg 3630 1.81 2.6 42 41.9
Europa satellite Europa-moon.jpg Europa poster.svg 3138 1.3 2.0 85 31
Ganymede satellite Moon Ganymede by NOAA.jpg Ganymede diagram.svg 5268 1.42 2.7 172 87
Callisto satellite Callisto.jpg Callisto diagram.svg 4800 1.25 2.5 402 73
Saturn planet Saturn Equinox 09212014.jpg Saturn diagram.svg 120400 10.45 35.5 11 106
Mimas satellite Mimas Cassini.jpg 397 0.064 0.16 23 0.5
Enceladus satellite Enceladus north.jpg Enceladus Roll.jpg 504 0.11 0.24 33 0.8
Tethys satellite Saturn's Moon Tethys as seen from Voyager 2.jpg 1060 0.15 0.4 45 3.6
Dione satellite Dione color south.jpg 1120 0.23 0.5 66 4
Rhea satellite PIA07763 Rhea full globe5.jpg 1528 0.26 0.6 108 7.3
Titan satellite Titan in natural color Cassini.jpg Titan poster.svg 5150 1.36 2.6 383 83
Iapetus satellite Iapetus by Voyager 2 - enhanced.jpg 1436 0.21 0.5 1918 6.7
Uranus planet Uranus2.jpg Uranus diagram.svg 51100 8.9 21.3 17 24.3
Miranda satellite PIA18185 Miranda's Icy Face.jpg 472 0.08 0.2 34 0.7
Ariel satellite Ariel (moon).jpg 1160 0.27 0.6 60 4.2
Umbriel satellite PIA00040 Umbrielx2.47.jpg 1170 0.23 0.5 99 4.3
Titania satellite Titania (moon) color, edited.jpg 1578 0.38 0.8 209 7.8
Oberon satellite Voyager 2 picture of Oberon.jpg 1522 0.35 0.7 323 7.3
Neptune planet Neptune Full.jpg Another Neptune diagram.svg 49500 11.2 23.6 16 23
Triton satellite Triton Voyager 2.jpg 2706 0.78 1.5 141 23
Transneptunian objects Pluto dwarf planet Pluto-map-hs-2010-06-d270.jpg Internal Structure of Pluto.jpg 2306[5] 0.62 1.2 153 18 22.6
Charon satellite Charon.png 1205 0.33 0.6 153 4.6
Haumea dwarf planet 2003EL61art.jpg ~1150 0.44 0.84 4 ~4 ~4
Makemake dwarf planet 2005FY9art.jpg ~1500 ~0.5 ~0.8 ~7 ~7
Eris dwarf planet Eris and dysnomia2.jpg 2400 0.67 1.3 >8 18.1 18.1
As well as various poorly known Trans-Neptunian objects up to 2000 km in diameter
(See this table)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bodies that are large enough that their shape is determined by gravity, as per the criterion for distinguishing between dwarf planets and small solar system bodies, as used for example by George Cole.
  2. ^ Sources:
  3. ^ Calculated as .
  4. ^ Combined surface area of all objects in the system that have a solid surface and exceed 900 km in diameter.
  5. ^ "How Small is Pluto?".