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Named after our G1/G2V G-Class Star, Sol (Translated From Latin: Sun). There are 18 known Planets, 1 known Rouge Planet, 181 known Moons, 1 known Rouge Asteroid & 1 known Star in our Solar System which are listed below. Our Star, Sol (Translated From Latin: Sun) is often referred to as The Sun.

Cosmic Address

The Human Race dominate the planet Terra (Earth), which is the 3rd Rock from Sol in the Solar System in the Local Cluster of the Milky Way Galaxy in the Observable Universe.

The full Cosmic Address is: Terra (Earth), Solar System, Milky Way Galaxy, Local Cluster, Virgo Supercluster, Observable Universe.

List

  • Sol (Translated From Latin: Sun) (G1/G2V G-Class Star) (Yellow/White Dwarf) (Star) (Age: 4.6 Billion Years) (Corona/Aura Temperature: 500,000° Kelvin to 1,000,000° Kelvin | Photosphere Temperature: 5,772° Kelvin | Core Temperature: 15,000,000° Kelvin to 100,000,000° Kelvin | Surface Temperature: 5,778° Kelvin) (Trivia: The Core Temperature of Sol is hot enough to vaporize all life on Earth. Its the temperature of a Type II Supernova.) (Notes: Eventually Sol will enter a phase where it becomes a Red Giant. At this point, Mercury and Venus will be completely engulfed by Sol and Earth will be rendered "uninhabitable".)
  1. Mercury (Planet) (0 Moons) (Notes: It’s possible that, at one point, that Mercury probably did have a Moon but was absorbed by the gravitational pull of Sol.)
  2. Venus (Planet) (0 Moons) (Notes: Frozen Lava Plain. It’s possible that, at one point, that Venus probably did have a Moon but was absorbed by the gravitational pull of Sol.)
  3. Terra (Planet) (Formerly Known As: Gaia) (Also Known As: Earth) (Translated From Latin: Ground) (Notes: Birthplace of the Human Race. | The brown wire in circuitry is known as the Earth Wire and also known as the Grounded Wire.) (1 Moon)
    1. Luna (Formerly Known As: Theia) (Translated From Latin: Moon) (Notes: From it’s original course of L4 or L5, Theia was a Planet 1 3rd of the size of Mars and in the early stages of the Solar System, Theia somehow collided with Mars and Pallas to form Luna, from the remains of Theia. Theory by Warren Woodhouse.) (Trivia: Coldest Moon in our Solar System with a temperature of -413°F in the crater areas.) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.)
    2. Terra’s United States Of America’s NASA National Aeronautics & Space Administration’s International Space Station (Space Station) (Human-Made Object) (Space Zip Code: 51.603)
    3. AA29/2002 (Quasi-Satellite)
    4. YN107/2003 (Asteroid)
    5. HO3/2016 (469219) (Micro Asteroid)
    6. FH/2004 (Micro Asteroid)
    7. US/1972 (0810) “The 1972 Great Daylight Fireball” (Meteorite) (Trivia: This passed over someone’s head with having a double sonic boom sound as it passed overhead.)
    8. TC3/2008 (Meteorite) (Notes: Disintegrated above the Nubian Desert in Sudan.)
    9. AA/2014 (Meteorite) (Notes: Disintegrated above the atmosphere above the Atlantic Ocean.)
    10. AC/1989 (4179) "Toutatis" (Asteroid)
    11. EO40/2011 (Asteroid)
  4. Mars (Planet) (2 Moons) (Notes: Records of possible life on Mars include a stone work temple known as “The Stone Face Of Mars”.)
    1. Deimos
    2. Phobos
  5. Ceres (Dwarf Planet) (0 Moons) (Notes: An early Protoplanet, which later became an Asteroid and now settled as a Dwarf Planet.) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.)
    1. Pallas (Asteroid) (Notes: Collided with Mars to form Gaia’s oxygen atmosphere.) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.)
    2. Vesta (Asteroid) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.) (Now part of the Innermost Asteroid Belt.)
    3. Lutetia (Asteroid) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.) (Now part of the Innermost Asteroid Belt.)
    4. Psyche (Asteroid) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.) (Now part of the Innermost Asteroid Belt.)
  6. Jupiter (Planet) (69 Moons)
    1. Ganymede
    2. Callisto
    3. Io (Trivia: Hottest Moon in our Solar System with the Moon having over 400 volcanoes, it has a temperature of 2,500°F.)
    4. Europa
    5. Amalthea
    6. Himalia
    7. Thebe
    8. Elara
    9. Pasiphae
    10. Metis
    11. Carme
    12. Sinope
    13. Lysithea
    14. Ananke
    15. Leda
    16. Themisto
    17. Praxidike
    18. Locaste
    19. Kalyke
    20. Megaclite
    21. Taygete
    22. Callirrhoe
    23. Autonoe
    24. Harpalyke
    25. Thyone
    26. Hermippe
    27. Chaldene
    28. Aoede
    29. Eukalade
    30. Isonoe
    31. Helike
    32. Carpo
    33. S/2003 J5
    34. S/2000 J11
    35. Aitne
    36. Eurydome
    37. Hegomone
    38. Arche
    39. Euanthe
    40. Sponde
    41. S/2003 J2
    42. S/2003 J9
    43. Euporie
    44. Thelxinoe
    45. S/2003 J3
    46. S/2003 J18
    47. Erinome
    48. Pasithee
    49. Kore
    50. Cyllene
    51. Mneme
    52. Kale
    53. Kallichore
    54. S/2003 J16
    55. S/2003 J19
    56. S/2003 J15
    57. S/2003 J10
    58. S/2003 J23
    59. S/2011 J2
    60. S/2010 J1
    61. S/2003 J4
    62. S/2011 J1
    63. S/2010 J2
    64. S/2016 J1
    65. S/2017 J1
    66. Orthosie
    67. Dia
    68. Adrastea
    69. Herse
  7. Saturn (Planet) (Notes: Saturn’s Planetary Ring is made from broken meteorites.) (62 Moons)
    1. Titan
    2. Rhea
    3. Lapetus
    4. Dione
    5. Tethys
    6. Enceladus
    7. Mimas
    8. Hyperion
    9. Phoebe
    10. Janus
    11. Epimetheus
    12. Prometheus
    13. Pandora
    14. Siarnaq
    15. Helene
    16. Albiorix
    17. Atlas
    18. Pan
    19. Telesto
    20. Paaliaq
    21. Calypso
    22. Ymir
    23. Kiviuq
    24. Tarvos
    25. Ljiraq
    26. Erriapo
    27. Skathi
    28. Hyrrokkin
    29. Tarqeq
    30. Narvi
    31. Mundilfari
    32. Suttungr
    33. Thymr
    34. Bestla
    35. Kari
    36. Bergelmir
    37. Greip
    38. Jarnsaxa
    39. Skoll
    40. Bebhionn
    41. Hati
    42. Aegir
    43. Surtur
    44. Loge
    45. Fornjot
    46. Farbauti
    47. Fenrir
    48. Methone
    49. Polydeuces
    50. Pallene
    51. Aegaeon
    52. S/2007 S2
    53. S/2004 S13
    54. S/2006 S1
    55. S/2004 S17
    56. S/2004 S12
    57. S/2007 S3
    58. S/2004 S7
    59. S/2006 S3
    60. S/2009 S1
    61. Anthe
    62. Daphnis
  8. Uranus (Planet) (27 Moons)
    1. Titania
    2. Oberon
    3. Umbriel
    4. Ariel
    5. Miranda
    6. Sycorax
    7. Puck
    8. Portia
    9. Juliet
    10. Caliban
    11. Belinda
    12. Cressida
    13. Rosalind
    14. Desdemona
    15. Bianca
    16. Ophelia
    17. Cordelia
    18. Perdita
    19. Prospero
    20. Setebos
    21. Mab
    22. Stephano
    23. Cupid
    24. Francisco
    25. Ferdinand
    26. Margeret
    27. Trinculo
  9. Neptune (Planet) (14 Moons)
    1. Naiad
    2. Thalassa
    3. Despina
    4. Galatea
    5. Larissa
    6. S/2004 N1
    7. Proteus
    8. Triton
    9. Nereid
    10. Halimede
    11. Sao
    12. Laomedeia
    13. Psamathe
    14. Neso
  10. Pluto (Dwarf Planet) (5 Moons) (Notes: An early Protoplanet, which later became an Asteroid and now settled as a Dwarf Planet.) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.)
    1. Charon
    2. Hydra
    3. Kerberos
    4. Nix
    5. Styx
  11. RQ36/1999 (101955) "Bennu" (Asteroid) (Notes: Could hit Earth on the 24th September 2135, based on current path.)
  12. Orcus (Dwarf Planet) (1 Moon) (Notes: An early Protoplanet, which later became an Asteroid and now settled as a Dwarf Planet.) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.)
    1. Vanth
  13. Haumea (Dwarf Planet) (2 Moons) (Notes: An early Protoplanet, which later became an Asteroid and now settled as a Dwarf Planet.) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.)
    1. Hi'iaka
    2. Namaka
  14. Quaoar (Dwarf Planet) (1 Moon) (Notes: An early Protoplanet, which later became an Asteroid and now settled as a Dwarf Planet.) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.)
    1. Waywot
  15. Makemake (Dwarf Planet) (1 Moon) (Notes: An early Protoplanet, which later became an Asteroid and now settled as a Dwarf Planet.) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.)
    1. S/2015 (136472) 1
  16. 2007 OR10 (Dwarf Planet) (1 Moon) (Notes: An early Protoplanet, which later became an Asteroid and now settled as a Dwarf Planet.) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.)
    1. S/2007 (225088) 1
  17. Eris (Dwarf Planet) (1 Moon) (Notes: An early Protoplanet, which later became an Asteroid and now settled as a Dwarf Planet.) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.)
    1. Dysnomia
  18. Salacia (Dwarf Planet) (1 Moon) (Notes: An early Protoplanet, which later became an Asteroid and now settled as a Dwarf Planet.) (Possibly originally part of the Keipur Belt.)
    1. Actaea
  19. Sedna (Dwarf Planet) (0 Moons) (Notes: An early Protoplanet, which later became an Asteroid and now settled as a Dwarf Planet.) (Possibly originally part of the Oort Cloud.) (Official Name: 2003 VB12) (Fun Fact: This Planet takes 10,500 years to orbit the Star, Sol.)
  20. Terra’s United States Of America’s NASA - National Aeronautics & Space Administration’s Voyager 2 (Space Probe) (Has left the Solar System on the 10th December 2018.) (Source: NASA, BBC News)

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