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[[Fasciculus:Solar system.jpg|thumb|[[Planeta]]e systematis solaris, cum [[Tellus (planeta)|Telluris]] [[Luna (satelles)|luna]].]]
 
'''Systema solare''' (-tis, ''n'')<ref name=NSLO>Ebbe Vilborg, ''Norstedts svensk-latinska ordbok'', editio secunda, 2009.</ref> aut '''stellarum ordo solaris''' (-inis, ''m'')<ref name=NSLO /> aut consistit in [[Sol]]e et [[res astronomica]]e a [[Gravitas (physica)|gravitate]] ad eum ligatae, quorum omnes creatae sunt ab immanis [[nubes molecularis|nubis molecularis]] implosione abhinc annos circa 4.6 billiona.{{dubsig}} Multarum rerum quae circa Solem moventer (vel "[[orbitum|orbitantur]]") plurimum [[massa]]e intra octo solitarias [[planeta]]s continetur, cuius orbitus sunt paene circulares et patent intra paene planum discum appellatum [[planum ecliptici]]. Quattuor minores planetae—[[Mercurius (planeta)|Mercurius]], [[Venus (planeta)|Venus]], [[Tellus (planeta)|Tellus]], [[Mars (planeta)|Mars]]—etiam appellati [[planeta terrestris|planetae terrestres]], praecipue [[saxum|saxo]] [[metallum|metalloque]] componuntur. Quattuor planetae exteriores, [[gigas gaseosus|gigantes gaseosi]], planetis terrestribus sunt multo solidiores. Duo maximi, [[Iuppiter (planeta)|Iuppiter]] et [[Saturnus (planeta)|Saturnus]], praecipue [[hydrogenium|hydrogenio]] [[helium|helioque]] componuntur; duo extremi, [[Uranus (planeta)|Uranus]] et [[Neptunus (planeta)|Neptunus]], [[glacies|glaciebus]] ([[aqua]]e, [[ammonia]]e, [[methanum|methani]]) consistentes, saepe appellantur "gigantes glaciales."
 
[[Fasciculus:Terrestrial planet size comparisons.jpg|thumb|left|Planeta interiores. A laeva: [[Mercurius (planeta)|Mercurius]], [[Venus (planeta)|Venus]], [[Tellus (planeta)|Terra]], et [[Mars (planeta)|Mars]] (magnitudines "ad scalam"; spatia interplanetaria non).]]
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=== Bibliographia ===
* Chrysostomou, A., et P. W. Lucas. [[2005]]. "The Formation of Stars." ''Contemporary Physics'' 46: 29. doi:10.1080/0010751042000275277. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2005ConPh..46...29C.
* Delsanti, Audrey, et David Jewitt. [[2006]]. "The Solar System Beyond The Planets" Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii. http://web.archive.org/web/20070129151907/http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/faculty/jewitt/papers/2006/DJ06.pdf.
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