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What is the force that holds the planets in orbit around the sun?
a) friction
b) gravity
c) motion
d)

There is more space in between the outer planets than in between the inner planets
a) true
b) false
c)
d)

Made of ice, dust, and gas. Orbits the sun. Has a long tail.
a) meteoroid
b) asteroid
c) comet
d)

Made of rock. Orbits the sun, mostly between Mars and Jupiter.
a) meteoroid
b) asteroid
c) comet
d)

Made of rock and metal. Can be found anywhere in the solar system.
a) meteoroid
b) asteroid
c)
d)

Made of rock and dust. Orbits the earth.
a) sun
b) moon
c) inner planets
d) outer planets

Made of hydrogen and helium gasses, The center of our solar system.
a) sun
b) moon
c) inner planets
d) outer planets

Made of rock. Orbit the sun. Solid, small, have few moons.
a) sun
b) moon
c) inner planets
d) outer planets

Made of mostly gasses. Orbit the sun. Large, have many moons.
a) sun
b) moon
c) inner planets
d) outer planets

Burns in Earth's atmosphere due to friction with the gasses, leaving a streak of light behind. Often mistakenly called a shooting star
a) meteor
b) meteorite
c) meteoroid
d)

A meteoroid that has fallen to Earth's surface
a) meteor
b) meteorite
c) meteoroid
d)

Meteoroids, meteors, and meteorites are all made of different substances.
a) true
b) false
c)
d)

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