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Plot the positions of solar system objects in 3D
ResourceFunction["SolarSystemPlot3D"][arg] represents a threedimensional graphical image for the current date that works with solar system entities as well as standard 3D graphics primitives and directives. 

ResourceFunction["SolarSystemPlot3D"][arg,date] represents a threedimensional graphical image for the specified date that works with solar system entities as well as standard 3D graphics primitives and directives. 

ResourceFunction["SolarSystemPlot3D"][arg,{date_{1},date_{2}}] represents a threedimensional graphical image for the specified range of dates that works with solar system entities as well as standard 3D graphics primitives and directives. 
"EclipticPlaneStyle"  Directive[GrayLevel[1],Opacity[0.2]]  style to use for drawing the ecliptic plane 
"IncludeEclipticPlane"  True  whether to draw the ecliptic plane 
"IncludeReferenceObjects"  False  whether to include important background reference objects 
"IncludeSun"  True  whether to include the Sun 
"OrbitsToInclude"  Automatic  list of entities whose orbits to include 
"OrbitStyle"  Automatic  style to use for drawing orbits 
"SunStyle"  Automatic  style directives to use for rendering the Sun 
Plot the position of a planet:
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Plot the position of a minor planet:
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Plot the position of a comet:
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Plot the position of a deep space probe:
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Plot the position of a planet on a specific date:
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Plot the positions of multiple solar system objects:
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Plot the positions of multiple solar system objects on a specified date:
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"OrbitsToInclude" can be used to specify which orbits should be included in the scene:
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"OrbitStyle" can be used to style the orbits according to arbitrary styles and directives:
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"IncludeSun" can be used to remove the Sun from the scene:
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"SunStyle" can be used to change the directives and primitives used to create the Sun. By default, the Sun is drawn to scale as a yellow sphere:
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"IncludeEclipticPlane" is False by default, but can be set to True:
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"EclipticPlaneStyle" can be used to specify the directives to use in styling the ecliptic plane:
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"IncludeReferenceObjects" can be set to False to avoid computing the positions of background reference objects:
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Visualize comet 46P/Wirtanen as it passes near the Earth:
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Track Elon Musk’s Tesla in space:
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The coordinates of some objects may not be available or may have restrictions on which dates they are available, which can result in invalid coordinates for a 3D scene:
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Simulate the inner planets being illuminated by the Sun:
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Wolfram Language 11.3 (March 2018) or above
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