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Solar System Jigsaw

Three games allow you to build the solar system. First, place the planets onto their home orbits. Next, assign the correct moons to each planet. Last, but not least, place satellites, probes, and telescopes in their proper place in the
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Three games allow you to build the solar system. First, place the planets onto their home orbits. Next, assign the correct moons to each planet. Last, but not least, place satellites, probes, and telescopes in their proper place in the Solar System.

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