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What is comparative planetology, and what is its basic premise?
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Comparative planetology is the approach we use to study and understand our solar system. It involves comparing the worlds of our system, including planets, moons, asteroids, and comets, to one another. Its basic premise is that the similarities and differences among the worlds can be traced to common physical processes.
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