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"Goddess of Love" - Roman mythology
Venus
Sister planet.
Which planet has in its atmosphere CO2, along with sulfuric acid?
Venus.
Hard to land on this planet.
Which planet has a surface of mountains, volcanoes, and craters?
Venus
Sister planet.
Which planet's day is longer than the year?
Venus
Sister planet
Which planet has an average temperature of 730K?
Venus
Sister planet.
Which planet has no moons?
Venus
Sister planet.
"Roman God of War"
Mars.
After Earth.
Which planets two moons are named Phobos (fear) and Deimos (panic)?
Mars
They drew this Greek mythology character's chariot.
Which planet has an atmosphere of mostly CO2?
Mars.
After earth.
Which planet is about half the size of earth?
Mars
Comes after Earth
Which planet has an average temperature of 200K?
Mars
God of War
Which planet has Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in the solar system, and canals where water once ran?
Mars
God of War
King of the Roman Gods
Jupiter
Largest planet.
Which planet has 16 moons?
Jupiter.
King of Roman Gods.
Which planet has the moons Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, the Gallilean satellites?
Jupiter.
King of Roman Gods
Which planets atmosphere consists of mostly hydrogen and helium?
Jupiter
King of Roman Gods
Which two gaseous planets has a differential rotation?
Jupiter and Saturn.
Next to eachother
Which planet's magnetosphere is 1000x Earth's?
Jupiter
King of Roman Gods
Which planet is roughly 11x Earth's size?
Jupiter
King of Roman Gods
Which planet has an average temperature of 125K?
Jupiter
King of Roman Gods
Which planet has the great red spot?
Jupiter
King of Roman Gods
Father of Jupiter in Roman mythology
Saturn
Next to Jupiter.
Which planet has 18 moons?
Saturn
Father of Jupiter
Which planet has the moons Rhea, Diome, and Titan (which is the same size as Earth)?
Saturn
Jupiter's father
Which planets moon's names originate from Greek mythology?
Saturn
Jupiter's father
Which planet's atmosphere contains NH3, H2S, and ice?
Saturn
Jupiter's father
Which planet is made up of hydrogen and helium?
Saturn
Jupiter's father
Which planet is about 9 times the size of Earth?
Saturn
Jupiter's father
Which planet has an average temperature of 100K?
Saturn
Jupiter's father
Which planet has a moon with an atmosphere, could float in water, and icy rings?
Saturn
Jupiter's father
God of the sea in Roman mythology
Neptune
Blue
Which planet has 8 moons?
Neptune
Sea god
Which planet has the moons Triton, Proteus, and Nereid
Neptune
Sons of this planet in Roman mythology
Which planet has an atmosphere of hydrogen, helium, and methane[which give it its blue color]?
Neptune
It's blue!!
Which planet has a rocky core surrounded by hydrogen
Neptune
Sea god
Which two planets has a magnetosphere 100x Earth?
Neptune and Uranus
Next to eachother
Which planet is three times the size of Earth?
Neptune
Sea god
Which planet has an average temperature of 60K?
Neptune
Sea god
Which planet has a blue spot the size of Earth?
Neptune
Sea god
Roman father of Saturn
Uranus
Raah
Which planet has 17 moons?
Uranus
Roman father of Saturn
Which planet has the moons Titani and Oberon, which are Shakesperian characters
Uranus
Roman father of Saturn
Which planet rotates 3/4 Earth days?
Uranus
Roman father of Saturn
Which planet is roughly 4 times the size of Earth?
Uranus
Roman father of Saturn
Which planet rotates sideways on its axis?
Uranus
Roman father of Saturn
Roman god of the underworld, also man who looked for this planet [initials P.L.]
Pluto
Last.
Which planet has one moon named Charon?
Pluto
Charon drove the boat over the river to this planet
Which planet might possibly have an atmosphere of methane?
Pluto
Roman god of the underworld
Which planet is made up of solid methane and rock?
Pluto
Roman god of the underworld
Which planet rotates at about 6 Earth days?
Pluto
Roman god of the underworld
Which planet is about 1/4 of Earth's size?
Pluto
Roman god of the underworld
Which planet is about 50K?
Pluto
Roman god of the underworld
Which planet is sometimes closer to the sun than it's neighbor?
Pluto
The neighbor is Neptune