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Facts About the Solar System III

written by: gleepdiddly
 
This is my third quiz about the Solar System.

Question 1:


What was the second planet from the Sun called by the Greeks?
All of these
Hesperus
Phosphorus
Aphrodite

Question 2:


Marine 1, launched in 1961, was the first probe to visit another planet.
True
False

Question 3:


Venus is classified as Earth's sister planet.
True
False

Question 4:


Venus was mistaken for a UFO.
True
False

Question 5:


What is the most common gas in the Venusian atmosphere?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 6:


What is the second most common gas in Venus' atmosphere?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 7:


Venus has the densest atmosphere in the solar system.
True
False

Question 8:


What is Venus' maximum elongation?
24.5 Degrees
177.8 Degrees
48.7 Degrees
47.8 Degrees

Question 9:


Venus is largest when it is at which phase?
Gibbous
Half
Crescent
Full

Question 10:


Which of these is closest to the average temperature on Venus?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
850 Degrees
835 Degrees
900 Degrees
910 Degrees

 


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