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Which planet has the largest volcano?
Mars
The most distant planet.
Pluto
Which planet was named after the goddess of love?
Venus
The planet that has many rings.
Saturn
The second planet from the sun.
Venus
The largest planet.
Jupiter
The planet nearest the sun.
Mercury
This planet is named after the Roman god of war.
Mars
The planet that takes 165 years to circle the sun.
Neptune
The planet that was discovered because of its effect on Uranus.
Neptune
The brightest planet in the sky.
Venus
The planet with the most moons.
Jupiter
The planet that is covered with clouds from pole to pole.
Venus
The planet with a distinct red spot.
Jupiter
The planet named for the Roman god of commerce.
Mercury
On which planet would you weigh less?
Pluto
The planet that is tipped over on its side.
Uranus
The planet that takes 248 years to circle the sun.
Pluto
What planet is often referred to as the morning and evening star?
Venus
What are the names of the outer planets?
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto
Which planet has the shortest year?
Mercury
Which planets are smaller than Earth?
Mercury, Mars, Pluto, Venus
Which planets are larger than Earth?
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
Which planet has the shortest year?
Mercury
What is the largest satellite orbiting the Earth?
The moon
What are the name of the inner planets?
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars
How many months does it take for the moon to revolve around the sun?
One
What star is closest to Earth?
Sun
The planet that was first called a comet.
Uranus
The planets that have seasons other than the Earth.
Mars, Uranus, Pluto
Which planet has a moon almost as big as itself?
Pluto
Which two planets sometimes switch their places in orbit?
Neptune and Pluto
Which two planets have no moons?
Venus and Mercury
This planet is third in order from the sun.
Earth
The planet known as the red planet.
Mars
A planet that has many moons, of which Titan is the largest.
Saturn
The only planet to support life as we know it.
Earth
The fifth largest planet in the solar system.
Earth
The planet named for the Roman god of water and sea.
Neptune
The planet that was discovered by William Herschel.
Uranus
The second largest planet in the solar system.
Saturn
Which planet is considered to be Earth's twin.
Venus
What is the Earth's home Galaxy called?
The Milky Way
What are the solar system planet's named for?
Ancient gods
Which planet's day is closest in length to Earth's?
Mars