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I am not sure exactly where this goes and so I will put it under reading materials.
I am always on BBC or CNN reading news and I came across the BBC's space website. It's actually pretty nicely done, not only space but they have info about everything. The reason it impressed me is because it's just a news broadcasting website and the have pretty good details on a lot of things and it is very well organized.
They have very basic but cool facts about each planet in our solar system. The facts and figures part (below the picture of the planet) shows you the diameter, distance from sun, weather, temp, orbital period, number of moons and other stuff. It also tell you what to look for when you are looking at the planet and give you advice on travelling conditions, just incase you want visit the planet
It's a good website for beginners, for those who are still trying to know the facts about our solar system.