The oldest planets known are nearly 13 billion years old and 'shouldn't' exist.
All the solar eclipses will be annular, with the moon not quite big enough to cover the sun completely.
YES, Saturn would float on water! It is mostly made up of gas, so it is lighter (less dense) than water.
Saturn wins out for the most moons, followed closely by Jupiter.
Our Solar System from another star looks like the Sun, Jupiter and a bunch of assorted rubble.
1.3 million Earths could fit inside the sun, an average-sized star.
It takes the Solar System about 240 million years to complete one orbit of the Galaxy.
Uranus has the coldest planetary atmosphere in the Solar System, with a minimum temperature of -371.56 °F (−224 °C).
Since the various planets in our Solar System are different sizes, you will weigh less or more depending on the planet you are on.
Maybe you’ll have to stop for a second and re-evaluate how you perceive everything around you!