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Ranking of the Solar System's Largest Planets
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Some 15,000 million years ago matter's density and temperature were infinite, and it was concentrated exclusively in a singularity. (A singularity can be defined as a point where the rules of the mathematical or astrophysical system cease to operate). There was a violent explosion called the Big Bang, and since then the universe has continued losing density and temperature. That explosion gave rise to the birth of galaxies along with the celestial bodies we now know, including planets. This ranking orders the planets of our solar system according to the size of their equator.

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Planetcolumns columns Radius  (Km)
1Planet JupiterPlanet Jupiter71,492
2Planet SaturnPlanet Saturn60,268
3Planet UranusPlanet Uranus25,559
4Planet NeptunePlanet Neptune24,746
5Planet EarthPlanet Earth6,378
6Planet VenusPlanet Venus6,052
7Planet MarsPlanet Mars3,397
8Planet MercuryPlanet Mercury2,440
9Planet PlutoPlanet Pluto1,160
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