Maps to print

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venus_baranyai uj sajatVENUS moon_en_mMOON mars_en_mMARS 
io_jup_en_mIO  europa_en_mEUROPA  titan_en_mTITAN
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  1. Wow! This is an amazing post! I’ve been teaching my 4 year old twins about the solar system for some time now. I find it fascinating how they have already chosen their favorite planets at such a young age and they are constantly asking questions about Saturn and Jupiter, their beloved planets. I KNOW they will love these illustrations. It is so much nicer than looking at a ball of Styrofoam that represents a planet. So much detail that is inspiring not only to a child, but to anyone like me fascinated with the solar system! Thank you for writing this amazing post and for giving us access to the maps!

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    1. Thank you for the question. Only Mercury is not covered of the solid surface planets. We will not add gas planets in this series. Our next plan is to add an irregular body (asteroid or moon).

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