How Well Do You Know The Solar System?

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    1. Wavebreakmedia Ltd / Via Thinkstock ✓ Earth
    2. Martin Adams / Via Thinkstock ✓ Jupiter
    1. alexokokok / Via Thinkstock ✓ Saturn
    2. kummeleon / Via Thinkstock ✓ Mars

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  1. Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. It has 1300 times the volume of the Earth. This gas giant is the fifth planet away from the sun and it’s named after the king of the gods in Roman mythology.

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    1. ✓ Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
    2. ✓ Corellia, Talus, Dantoonie, Dathomir, Endor, Lok, Kashyyyk, Naboo
    3. ✓ Earth, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Uranus, Jupiter, Saturn, Venus
    4. ✓ Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune

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  1. The correct order is: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

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    1. Alejandro Alba / Via BuzzFeed ✓
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    2. Alejandro Alba / Via BuzzFeed ✓

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  1. There are eight planets in our solar system.

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    1. ✓ Between Mars and Jupiter
    2. ✓ Between Jupiter and Saturn
    3. ✓ Between Saturn and Uranus
    4. ✓ Between Mercury and Venus

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  1. The main asteroid belt is located between Mars and Jupiter. The belt contains billions of asteroids that could’ve potentially created another planet when the solar system was created.

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    1. Handout / Via Getty ✓ Mickey’s dog.
    2. iStackphotons / Via Thinkstock ✓ A massive asteroid.
    1. ChrisGorgio / Via Thinkstock ✓ A planet.
    2. Handout/abstractdesignlabs / Via Getty/Thinkstock ✓ A dwarf planet.

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  1. As of 2006 Pluto is no longer considered a planet. Pluto is now considered a cold dwarf planet.

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    1. ✓ 4.6 Billion years.
    2. ✓ Like, old!
    3. ✓ 6.6 Billion years.
    4. ✓ 1.3 Billion years.

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  1. The sun is approximately 4.6 billion years old.

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    1. ✓ 4
    2. ✓ 67
    3. ✓ 1
    4. ✓ 15

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  1. Jupiter has 67 moons, including the four most recognizable and visible: Io, Callisto, Europe, Ganymede.

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  1. Uranus has a lighter tint than Neptune. Another way to differentiate both is by looking for the great dark spot on Neptune’s surface.

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    1. ✓ Jupiter
    2. ✓ Neptune
    3. ✓ Venus
    4. ✓ Uranus

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  1. Saturn is the missing gas giant.

    There are four gas giants in the solar system: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

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    1. Martin Adams / Via Thinkstock ✓ Jupiter
    2. Photodisc / Via Thinkstock ✓ Mercury
    1. kummeleon / Via Thinkstock ✓ Mars
    2. alexokokok / Via Thinkstock ✓ Saturn

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  1. Mercury is one of two planets that don’t have any moons. The other planet without any moons is Venus.

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