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Title: 1. Which of the following lists the planets of our solar system in the correct order from closest to farthest from the Sun?


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  • 1. Which of the following lists the planets of
    our solar system in the correct order from
    closest to farthest from the Sun?
  • A)     Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter,
    Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
  • B)      Mercury, Earth, Venus, Mars, Jupiter,
    Saturn, Neptune, Uranus
  • C)     Mercury, Venus, Mars, Earth, Saturn,
    Jupiter, Neptune, Uranus
  • D)     Earth, Mars, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter,
    Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

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  • 2. Suppose you view the solar system from high
    above Earth's north pole. Which of the following
    statements about planetary orbits will be true?
  • A)     All the planets except Uranus orbit the
    Sun counterclockwise Uranus orbits in the
    opposite direction.
  • B)      The inner planets orbit the Sun
    counterclockwise while the outer planets orbit
    the Sun clockwise.
  • C)     All the planets orbit counterclockwise
    around the Sun.
  • D)     The inner planets orbit the Sun clockwise
    while the outer planets orbit the Sun
    counterclockwise.

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  • 3. Which of the following is NOT true of Mercury?
  • A)     It has been studied closely by several
    NASA spacecraft.
  • B)      At any given time, about half the planet
    is colder than Antarctica.
  • C)     Its surface is heavily cratered.
  • D)     Mercury has essentially no atmosphere.

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  • 4. Which of the following statements about Mars
    is NOT true?
  • A)     We could survive on Mars without
    spacesuits, as long as we brought oxygen in scuba
    tanks.
  • B)      We have landed spacecraft on its surface.
  • C)     It is considered part of our inner solar
    system.
  • D)     It is frozen today, but once had flowing
    water.

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  • 5. The planet in our solar system with the
    highest average surface temperature is _________.
  • A)     Mercury
  • B)      Venus
  • C)     Earth
  • D)     Neptune

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  • 6. The terrestrial planets in our solar system
    are _________.
  • A)     Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune
  • B)      Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars
  • C)     Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, and Pluto
  • D)     Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and
    Pluto

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  • Who is the most well known Cosmologist?
  • Stephen Hawking
  • Stephen F. Austin
  • Austin Danger Powers
  • Billy Bob Thorton

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