Planetary names in German

 In this article, we will learn about the names of planets in German planeten as planets are part of the solar systemSystem Sonnen, which is part of the Milky Way galaxy MilchstraBe

Among the most important scientists are Wissenschaftler who have been interested in the study of astronomie Alkhawarizmi, the scientist Ibn Al-Haytham Der Gelehrte Ibn AlHytham, Al_Biruni and others.

The founding of astronomie dates back to the venerable scientist Jaliliu Jalili.

Planetary names in German
Planetary names in German

Planetary names in German

The Sun Die Sonne represents a large part of the Sonnen System and is orbited by a number of planeten planets, eight planets arranged according to the closest to the Sun Die sonne as follows:

  •  Merkur Mercury
  • VenusFlower
  • Bodenland
  • Mars Mars
  • Käuferbuyer
  • SaturnSaturn
  • UranusUranus
  • Neptunbunpton
  • PlutoPluto                

Names of planets in German and the most prominent terms of astronomy

  • Astronomie Astronomy
  • Weltraum Outer Space
  • HimmelskörperCelestial bodies
  • Sterne Stars
  • Planeten Planets
  • Gasegases
  • kosmische Strahlung Cosmic Rays
  • Planet Erde Planet Earth
  • Teleskop Telescope
  • Galaxis Galaxy
  • Meteor Meteor

The most important astronomers

You should know well the names of the planets in German, in addition to the most important astronomers, namely:

  • Ptolemäus Ptolemy
  • Brahe TychoBrahi Tikho
  • Charles Messier Charles Messier
  • Nikolaus kopernikusNicholas Kobznikos
  • Arno und Robert WilsonArno and Robert Wilson
  • William Herschel William Herschel
  • Johannes KeplerJohannes Kepler
  • Edwin Hale Edwin Hale

The best countries to study astronomy and the disciplines to be studied

You need to get to know some countries to be able to know the names of the planets in German, which are as follows:

  • ·        USAUnited States of America
  • ·        Vereinigtes KönigreichUnited Kingdom
  • ·        ChinaChina
  • ·        ItalienItaly
  • ·        Australien Australia
  • ·        Messen der Positionen der SterneMeasuring star positions
  • ·        Himmelsmechanik Bewegung von Planeten undCelestial Mechanics Movement of Planets and Moons in the Solar System Monden im Sonnensystem
  • ·        Astrophysik ist das Studium der Natur von Planeten Astrophysics Study of the nature of planets and star physics und der Physik der Sterne
  • ·        Universum PhysikPhysics of the Universe

Some of the gases that are present on the surface of the planets

You need to learn German from scratch and there is a set of words represented by the following:

  • Wasserstoff Hydrogen
  • HeliumHelium
  • WasserWater
  • Methane
  • SauerstoffOxygen
  • KohlenstoffCarbon
  • Ammoniakammonia

Information about the most prominent names of planets in German

Information about the most prominent names of planets in German
Information about the most prominent names of planets in German

We will learn about the names of the planets in German Planeten des Sonnen Systems in detail below:

Mercury Merkur

It is the closest and smallest planet of the Solar System to the Sun and orbits the Sun once every 88 days.

Mercury is a rocky planet felsiger planet with a diameter of 1516 miles and surrounded by a very thin layer of Atmosphäre, which has led to an instability in its surface temperature.

The temperature on its surface ranges from 840 degrees Fahrenheit by day to 275 degrees Fahrenheit at night due to its extreme proximity to the sun.

Its orbit is elliptjsch shapeIt can be seen from the planet.


It is the second planet of the solar system and is similar to the planet Earth in its mass and size and is called the neighbor of the Earth Nachbar der Erde Der and there are no moons belonging to it and it is the closest planet to Earth.

It is the most brilliant celestial body Himmelskörper Leuchtender after the Sun and the Moon der Mond and is characterized by its rotation around itself from the east Der Osten to the west Der Westen i.e. the Sun shines Scheinen on it from the west.

It is known as the Shepherd's Star, the Morning Star, the Star of the Stars or the Evening Star because it is the brightest celestial body after the Sun and the Moon.

Planet Earth Boden

It is the third planet far from the Sun and is called the Blue Planet where the seas Meere and the oceans Ozeane represent most of its surface area so it is seen in space in blue.

Earth is the planet on which there is life, surrounded by an Atmosphäre atmosphere, and having water and other conditions of life.

It is orbited by one natural moon, the Moon, and the gravitational force between the Moon and the Earth has led to the presence of a tidal phenomenon on Earth.

The Earth rotates around itself once every twenty-four hours, which resulted in the succession of night and day, as it rotates around the Sun once every three hundred and sixty-five days and a half, which resulted in the phenomenon of succession of the four seasons of the year.

The planet's gaseous shell consists mainly of nitrogen, but there is a layer of ozone that protects the Earth from the sun's super-solar rays with harmful vitriol.


Mars was first observed by the scientist Galileo and has seasons like Earth, but the duration of these seasons is twice as long as on Earth.

The fourth planet in the solar system is called the roter planet because its surface contains the iron metal Eisen is very similar to the planet Earth and has a thin gaseous shell.

Mars' gaseous shell is made up of carbon dioxide and nitrogen and is orbited by two moons, phobos and Deimos.

Its surface has some qualities that resemble the surface of the Moon such as low plains and high hills on its surface and it also has some craters and volcanoes that formed as a result of the meteorite effect.

Jupiter Käufer

The largest planet in the solar system, the fifth planet in the solar system and far from the sun, is called the giant planet riesiger planet and contains hydrogen, helium and some other gases.

The length of the day is 908 Earth hours.


It is the second giant planet after Jupiter, as it is also a gas giant because it contains hydrogen and helium gases, and it is the sixth planet far from the sun in the solar system.


The ice giant is nicknamed Eisriese, as it is a gas giant but contains ammonia, methane and water gases.

Hydrocarbons also give it a blue look, so it's also called the Blauer planet.

Planet Neptun

An icy planet with Uranus and its 16-hour Earth day and is the eighth planet of the solar system.

Its atmosphere is very similar to Uranus' atmosphere, but clouds are more prominent than Uranus.

Its size is 17 times larger than Earth's size and it is a huge ice planet due to its extreme distance from the Sun and has 14 satellites and an unhabitable surface on it.

Pluto Planet Pluto

It is called the dwarf planet Zwerg planet, due to its small size when compared to the rest of the planets, which is the farthest planet from the Sun and enters its orbit around the Sun with the orbit of Neptune, so it has been excluded by scientists.

The planets are divided into two large parts, which are the rocky planets, which are Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars, and are also called terrestrial planets, and the surfaces of these planets are characterized by being made up of rocks.

The other section is the gaseous planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, also called gas giants, because their surface contains some gases such as hydrogen, helium, ammonia and others.

·        felsiger planet is a rocky planet

·        am weitesten entfernte planeten farther planet

·        GasplanetGasian planet

·        Wissenschaftlerscientists

·        Orbit

·        TreibstoffHydrocarbons

We have come to the end of today's lesson on the names of planets in German, and how to study planets in detail We are waiting for your suggestion on the best lessons we will give you.

كوكب المريخ بالالماني

Mars auf Deutsch

كوكب المشتري بالالمانية

Jupiter auf Deutsch

معنى كوكب بالالماني

Bedeutung von Planet im Deutschen


Planetary names in German