Geology - Regional Geology - By Planet

By Planet

  • Geology of Mars
  • Geology of Mercury
  • Geology of the Moon
  • Geology of Venus

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Other articles related to "planet, planets":

Koprulu Sector - Aiur
... are the only intelligent life to have evolved on the planet, though the process was enhanced and sped up by the Xel'Naga ... The planet suffered tremendous damage, though with the conflict's resolution the Protoss were able to rebuild and use the planet to expand outwards, colonizing other worlds ... were trained and ships built on Aiur and sent to fight on distant planets by traveling through Warp portal buildings constructed on the battlefield ...
Koprulu Sector - Bhekar Ro
... Bhekar Ro is a fringe planet in Terran space with unpredictable weather ... fleeing from the Terran Confederacy, settling on the planet in hope of living independently and self-sustaining ... The only settlement on the planet is Free Haven, built by the first colonists who came to Bhekar Ro to escape from the Terran Confederacy ...
Planet - Related Terms
... Comet Double planet Dwarf planet Extrasolar planet (or Exoplanet) – celestial body outside the Solar System Mesoplanet Minor planet – celestial body smaller than a planet Planetar ...
Outer Planets
... The outer planets are those planets in the Solar System beyond the asteroid belt, and hence refers to the gas giants, which are in order of their distance from the Sun Jupiter is the largest planet ... Saturn is the second largest planet, with a large and bright ring system ... The outer planets all have ring systems, although all but Saturn's are faint ...

Famous quotes containing the word planet:

    After one look at this planet any visitor from outer space would say “I WANT TO SEE THE MANAGER.”
    William Burroughs (b. 1914)

    It was not important that they survive.
    What mattered was that they should bear
    Some lineament or character,
    Some affluence, if only half-perceived,
    In the poverty of their words,
    Of the planet of which they were part.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)