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Posted by Indigo on May 27, 2004 15:44:15 UTC


Notice how inner planets are so compact and small, while the outer planets are so mammoth and large? And that they are all basically graduated in size outwards?

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What about Sedna? What about Pluto? What about the three-hundred and fifty or so smaller lunar objects orbiting in space that are smaller than our moon? They still orbit our sun, but are nowhere near the size of Jupiter or Saturn. Also, Jupiter is larger than Saturn, and Neptune smaller than Saturn.

Wouldn't there be an increase in size of the planets the further away from the Sun you traveled to support this hypothesis?

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