Sun www.astronomy.com The Sun, an average-sized, middle-aged star, formed almost 5 billion years ago from a cloud of gas and dust.
Mercury solarsystem.nasa.gov Solar System Exploration: Solar System 101
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sun www.astronomy.com Observe the changing position of the Sun to determine the cardinal points.
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can we travel to other solar systems? www.astronomy.com While interstellar travel is technically theoretically possible, the cosmic distance scale makes it anything but practical.

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