Millsberry Science Competition?

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    1.What is Mercury's most well-known feature? The Caloris Basin

    2.What is the point of the planet closest to the sun? Subsolar Point

    3.What planet is closest to Earth in size? Venus

    4.What two moons orbit Mars? Phobos and Deimos

    5.Saturn is famous for its _____. Set of over a thousand rings

    6.Mercury's core is mostly made up of: Metal

    7.A day on _____ is longer than the planet's year. Venus

    8.On Mars, which polar cap is larger and colder? Northern

    9.What is the cause of tremendous heat on Venus? The thick atmosphere and clouds, which trap the sun’s heat

    10.True or False: Mars has liquid water. False

    11.Venus is named after the Roman goddess of _____. Love and Beauty

    12.The reddish color of Mars comes from all the _____ in its soil. Iron

    13.Jupiter is mostly made up of _____? Hydrogen and Helium

    14.True or False: Jupiter has rings. True

    15.True or false: Saturn rotates more quickly than Earth. True

    16.Scientists think that Europa may have _____? An underground ocean

    17.What planet has a density less than water? Saturn

    18.Saturn takes _____ Earth years to orbit the sun. 29.5

    19. What is Jupiter's most well-known feature? The Great Red Spot

    20.The yellow bands on Saturn are formed by _____. Crystallized ammonia

    21.Comets contain lots of _____. Ice

    22._____ are often called "minor planets." Asteroids

    23.The Great White Spot is a storm that lasts _____. A month

    24.What three planets rotate in the opposite direction of all the other planets? Venus, Uranus, and Pluto

    25.The Milky Way is a _____ galaxy. Spiral

    26.Comet tails are made mostly of _____. Gas

    27.True or False: the Milky Way is the smallest galaxy in the Local Group. False

    28.What is the closest planet to the sun? Mercury

    29.When an asteroid is burning up in the Earth's atmosphere, it is called a _____. Meteor

    30.A comet's tail points _____. Away from the sun

    31.Our solar system is located in the Milky Way arm known as the _____ arm. Orion

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