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- Any of the nine large objects that revolve around the Sun There are also over 80 potential Exo-Solar planets.
- A non-luminous body moving round a star There are nine known planets in our Solar System, some of which are attended by satellites.
- One of nine major bodies that orbit the Sun, visible to us by reflected sunlight.
- Any of nine solid, nonluminous bodies revolving about the Sun.
- Astronomy: spherical and massive celestial body orbiting around the Sun or around an other star Astrology: object of the Zodiac that individually and collectively more or less influences the human beings, in one or several life sectors Esotericism: physical body of an entity considerably more evolved than a human being. one of the principal nonluminous bodies in orbit around the Sun or another star There are nine in the Solar System.
- Object revolving in an approximately circular orbit around a star[?] See also: asteroid. : A solid object in motion about a star If it is very small, it is called an asteroid See also Brown Dwarf.
- From an old word meaning 'wanderer ' The planets are those celestial bodies that seem to move through the zodiac In astrology, the planets include the Sun and the Moon.
- A large body that orbits the Sun.
- A nonluminous body associated with a star Any of nine such bodies that circle our sun.
- For the purposes of Astrology the planets are considered to be the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto Some Astrologers also include asteroids or the small planetoid Chiron which orbits between Saturn and Uranus Some even include mythical planets such as Lilith, the dark moon. a 'wanderer' one of the nine bodies in orbit around the sun. n any object in space that does not generate its own light, that revolves around another body, such as the sun, which does give it light.
- A celestial body of the solar system, revolving around the sun in a nearly circular orbit, or a similar body revolving around a star See table XII See also astronomical constant, tables II and III, noting that some values differ in the three tables.
- A non-luminous body moving round a star There are nine known planets in our Solar System, some of which are attended by satellites Experience the planets of the solar system.
- A cosmic object that is more massive than an asteroid but less massive than a star and shines by reflected light. the major bodies in the solar system that shine only by reflected light from the Sun: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.
- Large spherical object shining by a star Our planets are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto.
- A very large body in orbit around a star Planets can be composed mainly of rock or of dense gases.
- A major object which orbits around a star In our solar system, there arenine such objects which aretraditionally called 'planets'': Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto While no individual planet has ever been seen orbiting around another star, we wouldn't expect to see them, given the limits of current technology It is suspected, though, that planets are common companions of stars. Any one of the nine primary celestial bodies that orbit the sun: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
- A spherical ball of rock and/or gas that orbits a star The Earth is a planet Our solar system has nine planets These planets are, in order of increasing present distance from the Sun: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Pluto, and Neptune.
- A spherical ball of rock and/or gas that orbits a star The Earth is a planet Our solar system has nine planets These planets are, in order of increasing average distance from the Sun: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
- A planet is a relatively large object that orbits a star Actually the definition for exactly what can be called a 'planet' is uncertain, and there are no specific lower size limits The planet Pluto by all logical accounts is too small to be a full-fledged planet, yet orbits the Sun in an independent orbit and was originally judged a planet However, it is smaller than Earth's Moon, and there may well be other objects as large orbiting the Sun However, there are definite upper limits to the size of a planet Objects with masses about ten times that of Jupiter form a class of objects intermediate between stars and planets They are called 'brown dwarfs ' Brown dwarfs give off too much energy to be planets, yet they are too small to exhibit the full nuclear fusion processes that defines stars.
- any of the celestial bodies that revolve around the sun in the solar system. a person who follows or serves another.
- A star, as influencing the fate of a men. any of the celestial bodies that revolve around the sun in the solar system.
- See Solar system.
- It is distinguished from a comet by the absence of a coma, and by having a less eccentric orbit.
- A celestial body which revolves about the sun in an orbit of a moderate degree of eccentricity.