Solar System closely imaged bodies



Sun
1 392 000 km
(star)
Jupiter
139 822 km
(giant planet)
Saturn
116 464 km
(giant planet)
Uranus
50 724 km
(giant planet)
Neptune
49 244 km
(giant planet)
Earth
12 742 km
(rocky planet)
Venus
12 104 km
(rocky planet)
Mars
6 779 km
(rocky planet)
Ganymed
5 268 km
(satellite of Jupiter)
Titan
5 152 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Mercury
4 879 km
(rocky planet)
Callisto
4 821 km
(satellite of Jupiter)
Io
3 643 km
(satellite of Jupiter)
Luna
3 474 km
(secondary of Earth)
Europa
3 122 km
(satellite of Jupiter)
Triton
2 707 km
(satellite of Neptune)
Pluto
2 374 km
(dwarf planet of Kuiper belt)
Titania
1 577 km
(satellite of Uranus)
Rhea
1 528 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Oberon
1 523 km
(satellite of Uranus)
Iapetus
1 469 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Charon
1 212 km
(secondary of Pluto)
Umbriel
1 169 km
(satellite of Uranus)
Ariel
1 158 km
(satellite of Uranus)
Dione
1 123 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Tethys
1 062 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Ceres
946 km
(dwarf planet of Main belt)
Vesta
573×557×446 km
(minor planet of Main belt)
Enceladus
504 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Miranda
472 km
(satellite of Uranus)
Proteus
424×390×396 km
(satellite of Neptune)
Mimas
396 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Hyperion
360×266×205 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Psyche
~214 km
(minor planet of Main belt)
Phoebe
213 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Janus
203×185×153 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Amalthea
250×146×128 km
(satellite of Jupiter)
Patroclus
~141 km
(trojan of Jupiter)
Menoetius
~112 km
(secondary of Patroclus)
Epimetheus
130×114×106 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Thebe
116×98×84 km
(satellite of Jupiter)
Lutetia
121×101×75 km
(minor planet of Main belt)
Prometheus
136×79×59 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Pandora
104×81×64 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Eurybates
~72 km
(trojan of Jupiter)
Orus
~55 km
(trojan of Jupiter)
Mathilde
66×48×46 km
(minor planet of Main belt)
Hydra
65×45×25 km
(satellite of Pluto)
Helene
43×38×26 km
(trojan of Dione)
Nix
50×35×33 km
(satellite of Pluto)
Ida
60×25×19 km
(minor planet of Main belt)
Leucus
~42 km
(trojan of Jupiter)
2014 MU69
~35 km
(minor planet of Kuiper belt)
Atlas
41×35×19 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Pan
34×31×21 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Polymele
~21 km
(trojan of Jupiter)
Telesto
33×24×20 km
(trojan of Tethys)
Calypso
30×23×14 km
(trojan of Tethys)
Phobos
27×22×18 km
(satellite of Mars)
Eros
34×11×11 km
(minor planet of NEA)
Deimos
15×12×11 km
(satellite of Mars)
Gaspra
18×11×9 km
(minor planet of Main belt)
Halley
15×8×8 km
(comet)
Daphnis
9×8×6 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Tempel 1
8×5 km
(comet)
Šteins
7×6×4 km
(minor planet of Main belt)
Annefrank
7×5×3 km
(minor planet of Main belt)
Borrelly
8×4×4 km
(comet)
Churyumov-Gerasimenko
4×3×2 & 3×2×2 km
(comet)
Wild 2
6×4×3 km
(comet)
Toutatis
5×2×2 km
(minor planet of NEA)
Donaldjohanson
~4 km
(minor planet of Main belt)
Methone
4×3×2 km
(satellite of Saturn)
Hartley 2
2×1×1 km
(comet)
Dactyl
1.5 km
(satellite of Ida)
Ryugu
~1 km
(minor planet of NEA)
Bennu
~0.5 km
(minor planet of NEA)
Itokawa
0.5×0.3×0.2 km
(minor planet of NEA)


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