The Inner Planets and Their Satellites
The four planets closest to the Sun: Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars, to which one can add the Moon, have many similarities that justify their being considered together. These planets are also called the terrestrial planets, and the Earth itself serves as a reference.
KeywordsSolar Wind Subduction Zone Interplanetary Magnetic Field Lunar Surface Tidal Effect
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