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 As the general application of the term 'solar system'​ is based around a sun, and as each star visible from Earth (which are only a fraction of the total stars present in the universe), is a form of sun, there are many, many, many solar systems out there besides ours.  This fact has been known to blow people'​s minds. As the general application of the term 'solar system'​ is based around a sun, and as each star visible from Earth (which are only a fraction of the total stars present in the universe), is a form of sun, there are many, many, many solar systems out there besides ours.  This fact has been known to blow people'​s minds.
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 Mercury Mercury
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 Venus Venus
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 Earth Earth
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 Mars Mars
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 Jupiter Jupiter
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 Saturn Saturn
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 Uranus Uranus
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 Neptune Neptune
  
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 Ceres (briefly classed as a true planet in the early 1800s) Ceres (briefly classed as a true planet in the early 1800s)
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 Pluto (classed as a true planet 1930-2006) Pluto (classed as a true planet 1930-2006)
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 Haumea Haumea
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 Makemake Makemake
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 Eris Eris
  
  
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