12 planets of the solar system

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According to the Cassiopaeans, the 12 planets in our solar system with their distance from the sun, chemical composition and diameter are as follows:

Mercury - Opatanar - 36 million miles from Sun; 3000 mi diameter.
Venus - Pemuntar - 67 million miles from Sun; 7,500 mi. diameter.
Earth - Saras - 93 million miles from Sun; 7,900 mi. dia.
Mars - Masar - 141,500,000 miles from Sun; 4,200 mi. dia.
Jupiter - Yontar - 483,400,000 miles from Sun; 88,700 dia.
Saturn - Zendar - 886,700,000 miles from Sun; 74,500 dia.
Uranus - Lonoponor - 1,782,700,000 miles from Sun; 31,566 diameter.
Neptune - Jinoar - 2,794,300,000 miles from Sun; 30,199 dia.
Pluto - Opikimanaras - 3,666,100,000 miles from Sun; 1,864 dia.
NI - Montonanas - 570,000,000,000 miles from Sun; solid matter; 7000 miles dia.
NII - Suvurutarcar - 830,000,000,000 miles from Sun; 18000 miles diameter; hydrogen, ammonia.
NIII - Bikalamanar - 1,600,000,000,000 miles from Sun; 46000 miles diameter; hydrogen, ammonia.