If you look up and see a wandering star it may actually be a planet.
There are 9 planets in our solar system. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.
The Sun is at the center with 99.85% of the mass and is very bright. It is not as big as other stars like Betelgeuse. All the planets combined are about 0.14% of the mass of the solar system. Comets are about .02%.
These pictures of solar system show relative size of sun and planets:
Planets: Diameter and distance from Sun:
Mercury 4,879 km 57,909,227 km
Venus 12,104 km 108,209,475 km
Earth 12,742 km 149,598,262 km
Mars 6,779 km 227,943,824 km
Jupiter 139,822 km 778,340,821 km
Saturn 116,464 km 1,426,666,422 km
Uranus 50,724 km 2,870,658,186 km
Neptune 49,244 km 4,498,396,441 km
Pluto, Eris, Makemake, Haumea, Sedna are dwarf planets.
Here is an infographic that I made showing size of planets compared to the Sun and the composition:
Here is a photo of Mercury:
Venus is made of hot gas and look like this:
The Earth is the 3rd rock in orbit around the Sun:
Mars, aka the red planet:
Image of Jupiter:
Uranus is the 7th:
Neptune is the 8th:
Pluto is the 9th: