Why do we need scientific names for things? Usually, one of two reasons. Either, for an international standard across languages,

Venus is the second planet from the Sun. It is named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty. As

In relation to the Sun, Venus is the second planet after Mercury, just in front of the Earth. No planet

Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun. It orbits 58 million kilometers from the Sun, 2.7 times closer than

Saturn, the planet with the rings… It is really the most beautiful planet of the solar system. Saturn is the

Jupiter, Zeus, the god of Olympus, is 773 million km from the Sun, 5 times farther than the Earth and

There are 4 giant Jovian planets in the solar system: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Place Pluto, Eris and 2007

The last telluric planet, the 4th of the solar system is Mars, nicknamed the Red Planet because of the color

After abandoning the Moon for more than 30 years, space agencies have decided to return to the moon and live

Twice a year, the moon turns orange for several hours. You can easily observe this phenomenon with the naked eye