Does anyone know(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); the inclination of each planetary orbit(in degrees)with respect to the plane of the Sun's equator-plane?All planetary inclinations are known with respest to the ecliptic, and the ecliptic's inclination is known with rescpect to the Sun's equator (7.25 degrees). Such data, however, seem to me not sufficient for a precise calculation of the answer I need.

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# Inclination of planetary orbits

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