A solar system can be contained within a galaxy.
Both are the same except the solar nebula is the nebula that formed our solar system.
A Galaxy has stars and dust and a solar system is in the Galaxy and is a group of planets orbiting the sun
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the difference between our solar system and the scientists is that we put terrestrial and gas giants where as they only put planets. Do u guys know any other ones?
The Universe is much larger, and contains many solar systems.
The difference between Ptolemy's and Copernicus's model was that, Ptolemy's model had the Earth in the middle of the Solar System, with all the other planets (including the Sun and the moons) revolving around it. In Copernicus's model, he had the Sun in the center of the Solar System.
The difference is semantic; the solar system is the collective identity of all bodies considered together as a whole, i.e., the Sun, planets, etc.; whereas the bodies would refer to each of those making up the solar system: the planet Neptune for example is "a" body in the solar system.
Yes a solar system is a sun star with planets circling it and there can be many solar systems inside any galaxy.
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A heliocentric solar system is centered around the sun(helio) or a star. A geocentric solar system is centered around the earth(geo) or other planet.
A solar nebula is related to the formation of our Solar System, any other nebula is just a nebula.
A planet exists within a solar system, a solar system exists within a galaxy and a galaxy exists within the universe, which is like, really freaking big.
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Geocentric: Earth is center of the solar system. Heliocentric: Sun is the centre of the solar system.
The Solar system is the collection of planets orbiting around the sun(sol). A constellation is a collect/pattern of stars seen in the night sky.
stars are far and the sun is close
It isn't. The Solar System is the name of our solar system. The Milky Way is the name of our galaxy. Just in case you don't know, the difference between a solar system and a galaxy is that a solar system is a star and a group of planets and other objects. A Galaxy is a grouping of stars and solar systems.
A nebula is just a cloud of dust and small particles. The solar system is larger bodies like Jupiter, Saturn, etc. Our solar system has had most of the dust coalesced into planets, satellites, comets, and such.
simply,the difference is that earth is a planet in the solar system and the universe is the entire infinite space containing the solar system,stars, asteroids ,black holes and all that space has to offer.
The heliocentric model places the sun at the center of the solar system where the gercentric model places the Earth at the center.
In the inner solar system, the planets are rocky and it is possible to have water as a vapor or a liquid on the surface. In the outer solar system the planets are gas giants and water can only exist as ice.
Yes. Earth is one example.
earth has living creatures on it......obviously
Currently, our solar system is the only one we know of to contain life.THERE IS ONLY ONE SOLAR SYSTEM.