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Chapter #7 The Solar System
The word solar refers to a. The Sun b. The Moon c. Earth d. Outer space
Which object can be classified with Earth and Jupiter a. An asteroid b. The Moon c. Saturn d. The Sun
Our solar system is one part of a larger a. Asteroid b. Comet c. Galaxy d. Planet
The arrow in this diagram is pointing to a a. Star b. Planet c. Moon d. Comet
The Sun is a(n) a. Asteroid b. Meteor c. Planet d. Star
Gravity causes a. Objects to fall b. Objects to raise c. Objects to fly d. Objects to float
What is an orbit? a. A path toward an object b. A path around an object c. A path away from an object d. A path above an object
To rotate means to a. Orbit b. Sway c. Revolve d. Spin
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