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Grade 3 :: Planetary Motion by liradel
When a planet moves around the sun, this is called a
  1. rotation
  2. revolution
  3. spin
  4. do si do
Grade 3 :: Outer Planets by liradel
These are all gas planets except:
  1. Uranus
  2. Neptune
  3. Jupiter
  4. Saturn
  5. Earth
Grade 6 :: Outer Planets by romodw
What are the outer planets?
  1. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars
  2. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
Grade 3 :: Planetary Motion by liradel
The sun revolves around the planets.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 4 :: Solar System by Severud
Mark all of the characteristics of a planet.
  1. It's made completely of rock.
  2. It's large enough to have its own gravity.
  3. It orbits a sun.
  4. It has moons.
  5. It is spherical- shaped.
Grade 4 :: Solar System by Severud
Please write the planets in order (from the sun outwards). You do not have to include Pluto if you don't want to.
  • Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, (Pluto)
Grade 6 :: Outer Planets by romodw
Give two facts about Neptune:
Grade 3 :: Solar System by liradel
There are                planets in our solar system.
  1. seven
  2. eight
  3. nine
  4. one
Grade 3 :: Solar System by liradel
What is the order of the planets?
  • Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
Grade 7 :: Outer Planets by Allyssa
What is the 5th planet from the sun?
  1. Pluto
  2. Earth
  3. Mars
  4. Jupiter
  5. Murcury
  6. Neptune
Grade 4 :: Inner Planets by Severud
What is a "terrestrial planet"?
  1. A planet made mostly out of gases.
  2. A scary planet.
  3. An earth-like planet.
  4. A planet that has no moons.
Grade 4 :: Inner Planets by Severud
List the four inner planets, starting with the one closest to the sun.
  • Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars
Grade 9 :: Outer Planets by cbradford1018
The planets that are also known as gas giants
  1. Terrestrial planets
  2. Jovian planets
  3. Inferior planets
  4. Superior planets
Grade 5 :: Solar System by Reach521
How are the two categories of planets grouped?

Mercury Jupiter
Earth Saturn
Mars Uranus
  1. Shape
  2. Color
  3. Size
  4. inner and outer positions
Grade 6 :: Inner Planets by estafford
The                 planets are terrestrial.
  1. middle
  2. outer
  3. inner
  4. a,b, and c
Grade 8 :: Small Bodies and Dwarf Planets by Teacher_T
Large bits of dust and ice that circled the solar nebula are called?
  1. Protoplanets
  2. Planets
  3. Planetesimals
  4. Protons
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