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A basketball spinning on someone’s finger is:
Where on earth do you think it would be easy to capture solar energy?
Part of the earth that supports life and where living beings exist is called:
Which planet is the only one that supports animal and plant life?
The following planets are all made up of gas:
When a planet’s orbit around the sun looks like an oval, it is called:
Planets orbit the sun in oval-shaped paths called ellipses, with the sun slightly off-center of each ellipse.
The planet Jupiter has many storms, its most famous is called the:
Jupiter's Great Red Spot is a gigantic storm that's about twice as wide as Earth, circling the planet in its southern hemisphere. That's more than twice the speed of even the strongest hurricanes on Earth, which can generate wind speeds of up to 175 mph (281 km/h).
Which two planets cross orbits, sometimes making one closer to the sun than the other?
Which is the largest planet in the solar system?
Saturn is the second largest planet of the solar system, second only to Jupiter, having a radius of 58.232 km or 36.183 mi, about nine times that of Earth.
Which of the following is true for Orion? Orion is:
Rounded to the nearest day, the Mercurian year is equal to:
One Jupiter day is equal to which of the following?
Name the planet that has the greatest number of known moons:
On which planet can one find the solar system’s largest volcano?