Performer: Various Genre: Pop Album: Mercury - We're 2 Planets Over (Promo) Released: 1991. Performer: Planets Genre: Electronic, Rock, Reggae Album: Planets Released: 1980 Style: New Wave, Disco, Synth-pop, Reggae. Trivial - Between The Planets. Performer: Trivial Genre: Jazz, Latin Album: Between The Planets Released: 1984.
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Electronic music Hip Hop music Rock music Funk, Soul music Pop music. Released at: This album was released on the label Mercury (catalog number SACD 375). This album was released in 1991 year.
Mercury is the closest planet to the sun Venus comes next it's the hottest one Earth comes third the only life that we know Mars has the largest canyon and volcano Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune The gassy planet Jupiter, the largest you will find Saturn has rings around the outside Uranus is funny ‘cause it spins on its. side Neptune looks blue, the coldest of its kind Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune Okay get ready We're gonna say all the planets really, really, really fast Can you keep up? We're gonna say all the plan.
We detail Mercury's various issues with our superior planet, and what NASA hopes to accomplish by photographing it, after the jump. Mercury orbits the Sun once every 88 days, and it obviously believes we're jealous that it's so close to the Sun. Wrong again, Mercury! We're tired of this constant fighting about who has more active volcanos, okay? Just stay quiet as we attempt to photograph your southern half.
Mariner 10, the first spacecraft to visit two planets, completes its third and final fly-by of Mercury. Mariner 10 passed over Mercury one final time on this day in 1975 at a distance of about 200 miles. The third flyby's main objective was to study the planet's weak magnetic field, which scientists had detected during the first flyby. Scientists found that Mercury, like Earth, has a magnetically neutral tail that spurts electrons and protons.