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Grade 6 Inner Planets
Which statement is true for the two planets shown?
Planet Mars - SmallPlanet Venus - Small
  1. Both planets are inner planets.
  2. Both planets are outer planets.
  3. The first planet is an inner planet and the second planet is an outer planet.
  4. The first planet is an outer planet and the second planet is an inner planet.
Grade 6 Solar System
Which statement is true for the two planets shown?
Planet Earth - SmallPlanet Uranus - Small
  1. Both planets are inner planets.
  2. Both planets are outer planets.
  3. The first planet is an inner planet and the second planet is an outer planet.
  4. The first planet is an outer planet and the second planet is an inner planet.
Grade 6 Outer Planets
Which statement is true for the two planets shown?
Planet Saturn - SmallPlanet Neptune - Small
  1. Both planets are inner planets.
  2. Both planets are outer planets.
  3. The first planet is an inner planet and the second planet is an outer planet.
  4. The first planet is an outer planet and the second planet is an inner planet.
Grade 6 Solar System
Which statement is true for the two planets shown?
Planet Jupiter - SmallPlanet Mercury - Small
  1. Both planets are inner planets.
  2. Both planets are outer planets.
  3. The first planet is an inner planet and the second planet is an outer planet.
  4. The first planet is an outer planet and the second planet is an inner planet.
Grade 9 Outer Planets
These planets are also known as gas giants.
  1. Terrestrial planets
  2. Jovian planets
  3. Inferior planets
  4. Superior planets
Grade 3 Outer Planets
The planets farthest from the Sun are called the                  .
  1. inner planets
  2. outside planets
  3. satellite planets
  4. outer planets
Grade 8 Small Bodies and Dwarf Planets
Pluto is an example of a(n)
  1. dwarf planet.
  2. inner planet.
  3. outer planet.
  4. planetesimal.
Grade 9 Solar System
Which of the following demonstrates the order of planet formation?
  1. protoplanets-planets-planetesimals
  2. planets-planetesimals-protoplanets
  3. protoplanets-planetesimals-planets
  4. planetesimals-protoplanets-planets
Grade 9 Inner Planets
Which describes Mercury's position in the solar system?
  1. innermost terrestrial planet
  2. innermost Jovian planet
  3. outermost terrestrial planet
  4. outermost Jovian planet
Grade 4 Inner Planets
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 5 Solar System

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Grade 9 Inner Planets
When the solar system formed, which planets lost most of their gases to the Sun?
  1. the inner planets
  2. the comets
  3. the outer planets
  4. the asteroids
Grade 5 Outer Planets
What are the planets farthest from the Sun called?
  1. Outer Planets
  2. Inner Planets
  3. Asteroid Belt
Grade 6 Solar System
Which of the following is NOT a major difference between the inner and outer planets?
  1. Inner planets are close together, but outer planets are spread far apart.
  2. Inner planets are smaller and outer planets are bigger.
  3. Inner planets are made out of rock, but outer planets are made out of gas.
  4. Inner planets have moons, but the outer planets do not have moons.
Grade 6 Inner Planets
Grade 5 Inner Planets
Which of these characteristics relate to the inner planets?
  1. The inner planets have a higher density than the outer planets.
  2. The inner planets have many moons compared to the outer planets.
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