The 2015 Mission to the Solar System

Throughout 2015, Planet Pailly is embarking on a grand voyage of the Solar System. We’ll be visiting the Sun…

Aa03 Sun

… and Saturn…

Aa03 Saturn

… as well as Earth and the Moon…

Aa03 Earth and Moon

… and all the other planets.

Aa03 Pluto

We’ll drop by Pluto too, I guess.

Even if you think you know outer space well, you might find that our Solar System—our own neighborhood—is more mysterious and wonderful than you’d ever guessed.

Here’s our mission itinerary:

So I hope you’ll join me for Planet Pailly’s special 2015 Mission so we can all learn more about the Solar System together!

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