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E Sun is the head of the family \and that's why the family of planets is called the Solar System. Now let's tum back and fly to the very "heart" of the planets. Let's land on our Earth and take a look at the other planets from it. Some are nearer to the Earth than others. Some are on the Sun's side and others are on the opposite side. But they all are very far away. That's why none ofthe planets look like the Moon in the sky. They all look simply like bright dots which explains why they may be mistaken for stars.
How can there be! It's still light. But this solitary star glows like a little lamp and does not even twinkle. When it has just turned dusk, the star It slowly becomes dazzlingly bright. descends as if afraid to part with the disappearing Sun. it is quite dark thousands of stars are gleaming all our beautiful star vanishes e of the Earth". But it appears again the next evening Two months will pass in this wa and then the star will gradually becom weaker and vanish completely, but while later it will appear again in th sky in the mornings in the rosy sunligh of the morning dawn.
Venus was to the blazing heat of the Sun or to the a burning-hot desert. Others tried to reconcile these opposing . freezing cold. Nothing moved and. there views by claiming that everything there was absolute silence. Everything is completely different here. was most likely just the same as on the Venus is "coated" by a very dense at- Earth. · wrapped in white cotton wool. Amazing animals roamed the dense jungles For hundreds of years astronomers and fantastic winged creatures flew below puzzled about what was hidden behind the dark clouds.