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Appendix:Planets

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This table concerns those nine* Solar System bodies traditionally labelled as planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.

An ever growing list of planets around other stars can be found in The Extra-Solar Planets Catalog or California & Carnegie Planet Search.

Other classes of objects not considered major planets are found in the Asteroid belt, Kuiper belt, and Oort cloud.

Names of planets of the Solar System in various languages

English Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Pluto*
Symbol
Bulgarian Меркурий Венера Земя Марс Юпитер Сатурн Уран Нептун Плутон
Dutch Mercurius Venus de Aarde Mars Jupiter Saturnus Uranus Neptunus Pluto
Estonian Merkuur Veenus Maa Marss Jupiter Saturn Uraan Neptuun Pluuto
French Mercure Vénus Terre Mars Jupiter Saturne Uranus Neptune Pluton
German Merkur Venus Erde Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptun Pluto
Icelandic Merkúríus, Merkúr Venus Jörð Mars Júpíter Satúrnus Úranus Neptúnus Plútó
Italian Mercurio Venere Terra Marte Giove Saturno Urano Nettuno Plutone
Japanese 水星 金星 地球 火星 木星 土星 天王星 海王星 冥王星
Portuguese Mercúrio Vênus Terra Marte Júpiter Saturno Urano Netuno Plutão
Russian Меркурий Венера Земля Марс Юпитер Сатурн Уран Нептун Плутон
Spanish Mercurio Venus Tierra Marte Júpiter Saturno Urano Neptuno Plutón
Swedish Merkurius Venus Jorden Mars Jupiter Saturnus Uranus Neptunus Pluto
Tatar Merkuri Venera Cir Mars Yupiter Saturn Uran Neptun Pluto
Vietnamese Sao Thủy, Thủy Tinh Sao Kim, Kim Tinh, Sao Hôm, Sao Mai Trái Đất, Quả Đất, Địa Cầu Sao Hỏa, Hỏa Tinh Sao Mộc, Một Tinh Sao Thổ, Thổ Tinh Sao Thiên Vương, Thiên Vương Tinh Sao Hải Vương, Hải Vương Tinh Sao Diêm Vương, Diêm Vương Tinh
Welsh Mercher Gwener Y Ddaear Mawrth Iau Sadwrn Wranws Neifion Plwto

*Soon after its discovery in 1930, Pluto was classified a planet by the International Astronomical Union. However, based on additional discoveries since that time, some astronomers suggested Pluto that should be classified as a Kuiper belt object. In 2006, Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet.

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