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The Solar System Information Object Mass (kg) Radius of object (m) Period of Rotation on axis (s) Mean radius of orbit (m) Period of revolution of orbit (s) Sun 1.98 x 10 30 6.95 x 10 8 2.14 x 10 6 --------- --------- Mercury 3.28 x 10 23 2.57 x 10 6 5.05 x 10 6 5.79 x 10 10 7.60 x 10 6 Venus 4.83 x 10 24 6.31 x 10 6 2.1 x 10 7 1.08 x 10 11 1.94 x 10 7 Earth 5.98 x 10 24 6.38 x 10 6 8.61 x 10 4 1.49 x 10 11 3.16 x 10 7 Mars 6.37 x 10 23 3.43 x 10 6 8.85 x 10 4 2.28 x 10 11 5.94 x 10 7 Jupiter 1.90 x 10 27 7.18 x 10
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Unformatted text preview: 7 3.54 x 10 4 7.78 x 10 11 3.74 x 10 8 Saturn 5.67 x 10 26 6.03 x 10 7 3.60 x 10 4 1.43 x 10 12 9.30 x 10 8 Uranus 8.80 x 10 25 2.67 x 10 7 3.88 x 10 4 2.87 x 10 12 2.66 x 10 9 Neptune 1.03 x 10 26 2.48 x 10 7 5.69 x 10 6 4.50 x 10 12 5.20 x 10 9 Pluto 6 x 10 23 3 x 10 6 5.51 x 10 5 5.9 x 10 12 7.82 x 10 9 moon 7.34 x 10 22 1.74 x 10 6 2.36 x 10 6 3.8 x 10 8 2.36 x 10 6 A:\sph4u1\chap6\day04solarsystemvalues.doc...
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