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Earth, Mars, Mercury, and Venus are known as the
a) giant planets. b) terrestrial planets. c) outer planets. d) gaseous planets.
Uranus, Saturn, Neptune, and Jupiter are known as the
a) giant planets. b) terrestrial planets. c) inner planets. d) rocky planets.
Which planets are mostly composed of gases?
a) giant planets b) terrestrial planets c) inner planets d) dwarf planets.
Which planets are mostly composed of rocky materials?
a) giant planets b) terrestrial planets c) outer planets d) dwarf planets
The terrestrial planets and giant planets are separated by the
a) Kuiper Belt b) Oort Cloud c) Asteroid Belt d) Andromeda Galaxy
Comets with a long-period originate in the
a) Kuiper Belt b) Oort Cloud c) Asteroid Belt d) Andromeda Galaxy
Short-period comets originate in the
a) Kuiper Belt b) Oort Cloud c) Asteroid Belt d) Andromeda Galaxy
A falling or shooting star is really a
a) meteorite b) meteor c) comet d) asteroid
When a meteoroid strikes the Earth it is called a
a) meteorite b) meteor c) crater d) asteroid
Which planet is largest?
a) Saturn b) Neptune c) Mercury d) Jupiter
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