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Here you can find surprising information of world beyond us. How does all perfect dynamics work to held us together.   This site provides information related to the orbits, physical characteristics, and discovery circumstances for most known natural bodies in orbit around our sun.

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Ephemerides 

 

High-precision ephemerides with custom selected observing parameters are available using our HORIZONS system.

2.

Orbits 
 

Orbit diagrams for most solar system bodies as well as tables of orbital elements for the planets, planetary satellites, asteroids and comets  are available.

3.

Physical Characteristics 
 

Selected physical characteristics of the planets, planetary satellites, and some small-bodies are available.

4.

Radar Astrometry

 

It provides measurement regarding study astronomical bodies.

5.

Discovery Circumstances 

 

For many solar system bodies, discovery circumstances such as date, location, and discoverers are available.

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Physical Data & Dynamical Constants

 

Selected physical characteristics of planets, planetary satellites, comets and asteroids are available.

Ephemerides

High precision ephemerides for solar-system bodies are available on-line using JPL's HORIZONSsystem. Most optical and radar observers will be best served by using our HORIZONS system to generate custom observer-table ephemerides. Our on-line HORIZONS system can also be used to output ephemerides in the form of. . . 

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Physical Characteristics

The Solar System is the gravitationally bound planetary system of the Sun and the objects that orbit it, either directly or indirectly. Of the objects. . .

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Orbits

Below are diagrams of the planets, asteroids, and comets showing the inner solar system (out to the orbit of Jupiter), the outer solar system (just beyond Pluto), and the distant solar system. There are two diagrams for each region: one showing. . . 

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RADAR Astronomy

Radar astronomy is a technique of observing nearby astronomical objects by reflecting microwaves off target. . .

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