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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Small Bodies and Dwarf Planets
Level: Grade 6
Score: 14
Author: estafford
Last Modified: 9 months ago

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Grade 6 Small Bodies and Dwarf Planets

How is a moon different than a planet?
  1. A moon is in orbit around a planet.
  2. A moon is smaller than any planet.
  3. A moon is less massive than any planet.
  4. A moon is unable to have an atmosphere.
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