Planets Wallpapers - Beautify your phone with one of the most magnificent planets wallpapers! Choose the one you prefer most, customize it the way you want, and save your ideal wallpaper with the planets of the solar system!
- Easy-to-browse interface enables you to find the desired background in no time!
- Customize the wallpaper to fit your taste and screen!
- Zoom, un-zoom, rotate, move, scale, adjust brightness, add various effects and save your design!
A “planetary system” is a group of non-stellar object which orbit around a star.
Scientists believe that the Solar System formed about 4.6 billion years ago with the gravitational collapse of a cluster of gas and dust particles in space. It includes four terrestrial planets (composed of mostly rock and metal) and four gas giants (massive masses formed by mostly gaseous material).
The nearest planet to the sun is Mercury, aptly named after the swift footed messenger god it orbits the sun in only 88 days, quicker than any other in the solar system. Next comes Venus, often referred to as Earth’s sister, but underneath her thick clouds lies a hellish oven baked landscape with temperatures hot enough to melt lead. The third one from the sun lies Earth, a striking blue sphere covered with oceans of liquid water and the only planet known to us which harbors life. The last of the rocky ones is Mars, consisting of a thin atmosphere this red body was once covered in oceans just like Earth but is now a desert where dust storms can engulf the entire planet.
Almost 800 million kilometers from the sun we find the first of the gas giants, Jupiter, enormous in its size it would take over a 1,000 Earths to fill its volume. Saturn is the second of the gas giants and is unlike any other in the solar system with its spectacularly colorful rings made from dust and ice particles. Then comes the first of the ice giants, Uranus, this large turquoise ball of gas lies tilted on its side with freezing atmospheric temperatures of -371 Fahrenheit. At 4.5 billion kilometers from the sun we find the last one, Neptune, a blue ice giant where winds in the atmosphere reach over 2,000 kilometers per hour.
All these planets available as part of your phone background! Download the app and choose from a number of colorful and majestic outer space wallpapers!