GIFs The Solar System and its Structure. All the Planets
The solar system is our common home, in which the Earth, the Sun and other planets are located. They revolve around the center of the system: the Sun. Each planet has its size, color, rotation period around the sun and many other parameters. Look at our GIF images of the Solar System and you will understand how it works. Download for free!
GIFs Solar system and planets
This is what happens in the solar system in one earthly year. The proportions of the planets are not met
The order of the planets in the solar system. The proportions are not met
3D model of the solar system. The proportions of the planets are met. The names of the planets are written below. These are the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. Pluto did not fit
The real dimensions of all the planets in comparison with the stars. A little humor at the end
The planets of the solar system are lined up so that you can compare their sizes. Earth is the third planet from the sun
Comparison of the two theories – heliocentrism and geocentrism. How would the planets rotate if the Earth were at the center of the system
Dimensions of the planets of the solar system in relation to the Sun
On this animated picture you can see the periods of rotation of different planets around the sun
The planets revolve around the sun. Can you find Pluto?
The solar system does not stand still, it rotates around the center of the galaxy. The speed of the solar system is 240 kilometers per second. It’s not very fast by space standards. After all, the center of the galaxy is 26,000 light years away!
Another GIF animation of the movement of the solar system in the galaxy
Our cheerful Sun
You will need patience to watch this GIF animation until the end.
Three-dimensional model of the solar system
Scheme of rotation of planets around the sun with motionless Uranus and Neptune
Planets in space
GIF animation of rotating planets around the Sun
GIF images of all planets of the solar system in order of distance from the Sun
Ceres is deprived of the status of the planet and is attributed to asteroids
Jupiter and his companions
What are the rings of Saturn?
Here’s how photos of Pluto improved along with improved technology