Distance travelled in millions
kilometres since the beginning of the year:

Live travelled distance of the planets
around the sun in kilometers:

MERCURY:
Diameter: 4849 Kilometers
Orbit Period: 88 Days at 44,87 km/s
Mass: 0,055 Earth Mass
Distance to the Sun: 57,9 Million Kilometers
Gravity: 0,39 m/s2

VENUS
Diameter: 12104 Kilometers
Orbit Period: 225 Days at 35,02 km/s
Mass: 0,815 Erth Mass
Distance to the Sun: 108,2 Million Kilometers
Gravity: 0,90 m/s2

EARTH
Diameter: 12735 Kilometers
Orbit Period: 365,2 Days at 29,48 km/s
Mass: 1 Earth Mass
Distance to the Sun: 149,6 Million Kilometers
Gravity: 9,78 m/s2

MARS
Diameter: 6772 Kilometers
Orbit Period: 687 Days at 24,13 km/s
Mass: 0,107 Earth Mass
Distance to the Sun: 227,9 Million Kilometers
Gravity: 3,69 m/s2

JUPITER
Diameter: 138346 Kilometers
Orbit Period: 4329 Days at 13,04 km/s
Mass: 317,8 Earth Mass
Distance to the Sun: 779 Million Kilometers
Gravity: 23 m/s2

SATURN
Diameter: 114632 Kilometers
Orbit Period: 10751 Days (29,5 Years) at 9,69 km/s
Mass: 95,2 Earth Mass
Distance to the Sun: 1433 Million Kilometers
Gravity: 8,80 m/s2

URANUS
Diameter: 50532 Kilometers
Orbit Period: 30664 Days (84 Years) at 6,81 km/s
Mass: 14,5 Earth Mass
Distance to the Sun: 2871 Million Kilometers
Gravity: 8,6 m/s2

NEPTUNE
Diameter: 49105 Kilometers
Orbit Period: 60148 Days (165 Years) at 5,43 km/s
Mass: 17,1 Earth Mass
Distance to the Sun: 4495 Million Kilometers
Gravity: 11 m/s2

PLUTO
Diameter: 2374 Kilometers
Orbit Period: 90520 Days (248 Years) at 4,74 km/s
Mass: 0,0017 Earth Mass
Distance to the Sun: 6050 Million Kilometers
Gravity: 0,62 m/s2

The Nine Planets - We define Pluto as such :)
The Solar System consists of nine planets orbiting the Sun. In order from closest
to farthest from the Sun, the planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter,
Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. Each planet has its own unique orbit and
characteristics that make it distinct from the others.
Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun, orbiting it every 88 days. It has a mass of
3.285 x 10^23 kg, a rocky composition, and a heavily cratered surface. It has no
moons.
Venus orbits the Sun every 225 days. It has a mass of 4.867 x 10^24 kg and a
rocky composition, with a surface of volcanoes, mountains, and lowlands. It has
no moons.
Earth orbits the Sun every 365 days. It has a mass of 5.972 x 10^24 kg and is
composed of a rocky core and a gaseous atmosphere. It has one moon, the
Moon.
Mars orbits the Sun every 687 days. It has a mass of 6.39 x 10^23 kg and a rocky
composition, with a surface of volcanoes, canyons, and craters. It has two moons,
Phobos and Deimos.
Jupiter orbits the Sun every 11.86 years. It has a mass of 1.898 x 10^27 kg and a
gaseous composition. It has 79 moons, including Europa, Ganymede, and
Callisto.
Saturn orbits the Sun every 29.46 years. It has a mass of 5.683 x 10^26 kg and a
gaseous composition, with a ring system composed of ice and dust particles. It
has 62 moons, including Titan and Enceladus.
Uranus orbits the Sun every 84.01 years. It has a mass of 8.681 x 10^25 kg and a
gaseous composition. It has 27 moons, including Miranda and Ariel.
Neptune orbits the Sun every 164.8 years. It has a mass of 1.024 x 10^26 kg and
a gaseous composition. It has 14 moons, including Triton and Nereid.
Pluto orbits the Sun every 248.6 years. It has a mass of 1.303 x 10^22 kg and a
rocky composition, with a surface of frozen nitrogen and methane. It has five
moons, including Charon, Styx, and Hydra.
These nine planets have unique orbits and characteristics that make each one
unique. They also have many moons that have their own characteristics and
orbits. Together, they form the Solar System that is our home.