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Jovian Planets (Grade 9)

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Jovian Planets

1. 
Jupiter is composed mainly of                .
  1. hydrogen
  2. helium
  3. carbon dioxide
  4. oxygen
2. 
Which gas gives the planets shown below their color?
Planet Neptune - SmallPlanet Uranus - Small
  1. nitrogen
  2. methane
  3. ammonia
  4. carbon dioxide
3. 
Which correctly describes Jupiter's mass?
  1. 800 times as massive as the Sun
  2. the same mass as the Sun
  3. two and a half times greater than the mass of all of the other planets and moons combined
  4. the same mass as all of the other planets and moons combined
4. 
Which statement correctly compares the atmospheres of the Jovian planets and Earth?
  1. They consist mostly of helium and hydrogen like Earth's earliest atmosphere.
  2. They consist mostly of nitrogen and oxygen like Earth's present day atmosphere.
  3. Unlike Earth, the Jovian planets have no atmospheres.
  4. The Jovian planets have atmospheres, but they are much thinner than Earth's atmosphere.
5. 
The core of the planet pictured is most likely
Planet Jupiter - Small
  1. solid.
  2. liquid.
  3. plasma.
  4. gaseous.
6. 
Which Jovian planets have rings?
  1. Saturn only
  2. Saturn and Neptune
  3. Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus
  4. Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, and Jupiter
7. 
The rings of the planet pictured below are mainly
Planet Saturn - Small
  1. water ice.
  2. helium gas.
  3. liquid hydrogen.
  4. frozen carbon dioxide.
8. 
Unlike most of the other planets, Uranus appears to be rotating                                       , perhaps due to a                                       .
  1. on its side; differentiated atmosphere
  2. on its side; planetary collision
  3. upside down; differentiated atmosphere
  4. upside down; planetary collision
9. 
What planet, in our solar system, has the strongest and biggest magnetic field?
  1. Jupiter
  2. Saturn
  3. Uranus
  4. Neptune
10. 
Because of its rotation, a Neptune                 is                 than that of one on Earth.
  1. day; longer
  2. year; longer
  3. day; shorter
  4. year; shorter
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