It's named after "sol" the Sun!
No, the word solar system itself say that the solar or Sun is the centre of the system.
It is called the Solar System after our local star, Sol.
Our solar system is simply called "the Solar System".Our solar system is simply called "the Solar System".Our solar system is simply called "the Solar System".Our solar system is simply called "the Solar System".
the system is named sol for the suns name is sol.
The second planet in the solar system, Venus, is named after the Roman Goddess of Beauty.
A galaxy contains solar systems within itself so a solar system is included in a galaxy.
a planet that exists outside of our 'solar system' (this is the only solar system, because our sun is named 'Sol')
The name is "the solar system" which is located in a galaxy named the "Milky Way"
Capella is a star, so it is not itself a solar system. Our sun is not a solar system, but it is part of the solar system along with the planets, moons, comets, asteroids and other objects. If Capella has any of those things, then it is part of a solar system.
A "distance" must be specified between two objects. There is no "distance of the Solar System" by itself.
None in the solar system itself, but over 500 trillion in the rest of the universe.
The solar system does not draw conclusions, nor does it imply any. It is an object, conclusive only of itself.
Our star is named 'Sol', so the star system is called 'The Solar System', and it is composed of Sol and all the bodies of matter which orbit it, which include planets, dwarf planets, asteroid belts, comets and other formations (particles and dust). A star system is composed of the star itself, and whatever matter orbit it, or simply the star itself if it has no satellites or stellar medium.
most of them were named after greek gods
That is named after the Sun - from the Latin word for Sun ("sol").
the system is named solar because solar means the sun
First of all, Jupiter is not a star. It would have to be if it and all its satellites were to be a solar system. Secondly, it itself orbits a star, our sun, so it is in a solar system.
The planets in the solar system.
Sol is latin for Sun
Everything in our star system orbits the sun. The Sun's name is, "Sol". Therefore, its system is called the Sol-ar or simply Solar system. If our Sun was named Fred, it would be called the "Freddar" system, or something similar.
This is because the planets do not orbit the moon they orbit the sun
Pretty much most of the ones in the solar system are named after greek and roman gods and goddesses. The ones outside of our solar system are given names with numbers and such by NASA and people who work in the field of space. Some are named after their shapes. Some are named after who discovered them.
Because it is the planetary system of Sol, another name for the Sun.
Earth is part of the solar system, named after our star, which is called Sol.