Our solar system consists of nine planets circling around the sun. The sun is centre part of the solar system all other planets circle around the sun in a circular path called “Orbits”. The planets move round the sun in a counter clockwise direction. All the planets move around the sun in the same direction.
View Our Solar System The solar system consists of two parts. They are inner solar system and outer solar system. The inner and outer solar systems are separated by a belt called “Asteroid Belt” The inner solar system consists of four planets and these planets lie very close to the sun.The inner solar system is made up of:1. Mercury 2. Venus 3. Earth 4. MarsThe outer solar system consists of five planets and these planets lie outside the Asteroid belt. The planets that lie in the outer solar system are:1. Jupiter 2. Saturn 3. Uranus 4. Neptune 5. PlutoAll the nine planets in the solar system can be grouped in different ways. Grouping of the planets