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All of the outer planets, (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto) except for Pluto have rings.
One nickname for a comet is a "dirty snowball."
The surface of Mars looks somewhat like a desert on Earth.
It takes Mercury 88 days to orbit the sun.
A day on Mars is very much like one on Earth: It takes Mars about 24 hours and 37 minutes to rotate.
Jupiter has 16 moons.
Saturn's rings are made of ice, dust, and rocks.
Miranda, (Uranus' smallest moon) is thought to have broken up and pieced itself back together again.
Pluto has an egg-like orbit.
Outside of Pluto's orbit is another string of asteroids. It is called the Kuiper Belt.