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These are the 3 planets that are farthest from the Sun

The Solar System was formed 4.6 billion years ago, and the Sun accounts for 99% of its total mass, with a diameter of 1.5 billion kilometers. The planets are divided into two large groups: interior and exterior. The eight planets that make up the Solar System are: Mars, Venus, Earth, Mercury, Neptune, Uranus, Saturn and Jupiter. Below we have selected which planets are farthest from the Sun. SaturnSaturn is well known for being the second largest planet in the Solar System. It is located 1,429 million kilometers from the Sun, so that light takes a long time to arrive: 1 hour and 20 minutes, nothing more and nothing less. Although it is not the only planet that has rings, it is the one with the largest number of them. They are made up of billions of particles. There is something very characteristic of Saturn, and that is that there is no solid surface: it is a gaseous planet. Being so far from Sol, it takes almost 30 years to go around it. Now, the period of rotation is extremely low, barely 10 hours. Uranus Uranus, like Saturn, is a gaseous planet, and has a very peculiar composition that gives it its characteristic blue color. It is one of the farthest planets from the Sun, located 2,871 million kilometers from the star. The distance is so great that the light takes 2 hours and 40 minutes to arrive. The time it takes to complete a full circle is 84 years, although it turns on itself very fast and a day on Uranus lasts just over 16 hours. Is life on Uranus possible? Definitely not for various reasons. First of all, even though it has a liquid ocean, it contains enormous amounts of ammonia. And secondly, the temperatures are extremely low at -205 degrees Celsius.Neptune The last on the list is Neptune, located 4.5 billion kilometers from the Sun. Light takes four hours to reach it and, due to its distance, it takes about 165 years to complete one revolution of the Sun. It was discovered in the middle of the 19th century, so that to date it has only completed one orbit. It did so in July 2011. It is called an icy giant since temperatures on Neptune can drop as low as 223 degrees below zero. To this must be added that winds can exceed 2,000 kilometers per hour, these are the planets that are farthest from the Sun.

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