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Our Solar System

written by: Aeria
 
Since the beginning of mankind, people have looked to the stars, believing them to be Gods. Some called them the 'Wanderers', and established a complex mythology system around them. Many cultures worshipped them through songs, prayer and ritual sacrifice. Take this trivia quiz on a journey around our solar system. Enjoy!

Question 1:


These small bodies are considered left overs from the formation of the Solar system some 4.6 billion years ago.
Stars
Planets
Comets
Asteroids

Question 2:


These are lumps of ice and dust. When they get close enough to the Sun they gradually evaporate. Jets of gas and dust create long tails that people can see from Earth.
Stars
UFOs
Asteroids
Comets

Question 3:


This planet is slightly smaller than Earth and its closest neighbor (excluding the Moon).
Saturn
Uranus
Mars
Venus

Question 4:


This planet is has the largest group of moons - 31, but it is best known for its ring system.
Venus
Mars
Neptune
Saturn

Question 5:


This planet of the Solar System was named after a Greek god of the sea and earthquakes. The name is actually the Roman translation of the god's name.
Pluto
Neptune
Uranus
Mercury

Question 6:


As this is the closest planet to the Sun, its temperatures at the surface range between -300 and 800 F (hot enough for lead to melt).
Mercury
Venus
Neptune
Pluto

Question 7:


The surface of this planet is unique, it is the only one which has water in large quantities.
Pluto
Earth
Mars
Saturn

Question 8:


Which Solar System celestial body's revolution around the Sun takes 248 years?
Pluto
Uranus
Neptune
Saturn

Question 9:


This is the largest planet in our solar system. It is most famous for its Great Red Spot.
Saturn
Mars
Jupiter
Neptune

Question 10:


Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania, Oberon, Caliban, and Sycorax are names of the icy moons of this planet.
Venus
Uranus
Jupiter
Saturn

 


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