The planets in our solar system are made up of planets that are not the same size as our own, the size of planets found in our Solar System.
These planets are called exoplanets.
In the Solar System, planets are usually smaller than the sun and their surface temperature is warmer than that of the sun.
The solar system contains planets in all different sizes, shapes and sizes.
These different sizes and shapes are called planetary systems.
These are the types of planets in the Solar Universe.
There are currently about 2,500 exoplanet candidates in the system, of which more than 300 are confirmed planets, according to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The best way to understand the diversity of planets is to study the exoplanetary systems from the Sun to Mars, the Moon, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and beyond.
Here are some of the best exoplanete discoveries.
Planet Eris was discovered in 2008 by the Kepler space telescope.
It was the closest planet to our own in the galaxy and has an orbit around the star Betelgeuse, located about 6.3 light-years away.
The planet is about 5.5 million kilometres (3 million miles) from Earth, which means it is close enough for the spacecraft to see.
The exoplaneter has a small moon, called Phobos.
The moon has a large disk of ice, which could be a result of liquid water on its surface.
This could explain the unusual morphology of the moon’s icy shell.
Eris has an atmospheric opacity of less than 0.01 per cent and is thought to be rocky.
Eris orbits the star at an altitude of 7,500 kilometres (4,500 miles) and a distance of about 6,000 million kilometres, making it a “hot Jupiter”.
Its size and size mean that it has a habitable climate.
This means that if Eris is the right type of planet, it could be hospitable to life.
The planet is the second planet in the Kepler class.
Its name means “two-footed”.
It is not the only planet in this class, although it is the closest.
A new planet was found, called Kepler-186f.
This planet is 5.6 billion kilometres (2.2 billion miles) away and orbits a star about 4.4 billion kilometres above its star.
It has a radius of 6.4 times the Earth’s orbit around our Sun.
It is the first planet to have been found with its orbital distance, but the planet was not found in the habitable zone.
It is also the largest of the Kepler-182 planets, about 1,000 times larger than Earth’s moon.
The other planets in this group are Earth, Jupiter and Saturn.
It orbits in a roughly circular orbit.
Other planets in Eris are called Kepler 4b, Kepler 5 and Kepler 5b.
Kepler 4 is about 7 million kilometres away from the star.
The two smaller planets are Kepler-6 and Kepler-8, both about 1.8 million kilometres from the stars.
The Kepler-185b planet is a rocky planet and orbits an elliptical star about 9.2 million kilometres above the star, at an orbital distance of 8.2 light-hours (3.6 million miles).
The orbit of the planet is tilted slightly toward the star’s north pole.
Kepler-186 is a smaller planet about 3.5 times larger and orbits about 2.2 times the size.
It makes its closest approach to the star about 10 million kilometres.
This is a “close encounter” encounter.
Kepler 186 is the third planet in Ers.
It takes about 9,500 days to orbit a star that is twice as big as Earth.
The Earth-sized planet is only about 6 kilometres across, so it orbits at an angle of about 45 degrees to its star’s direction of rotation.
It also orbits at a distance slightly greater than Earth.
Keplers are also the smallest planets in other types of exoplanetry.
They are smaller than Mars and Neptune, and they are about 1 per cent as massive as Earth, making them ideal candidates for studying the atmospheres of planets.
We don’t know how large Eris would be.
But its size is consistent with the possibility that Eris has a rocky surface, or it has liquid water and it could have a rocky core.
An international team of scientists led by Professor J.J. van der Laan from the University of Exeter in England have calculated the mass of the exosolar system for Eris.
They found that it is about 10 per cent the mass, and less than 1 per per cent Earth’s mass.
The team analysed data from the Kepler telescope that are from the time that the telescope was launched in 2003 and the time when it was used to detect the first confirmed planets.
They then calculated the exo-systems’ mass.
They calculated that Eres would be