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Q: The solar system contains eight major bodies called planets and thousands of smaller bodies.true or false?
A: The solar system contains eight major bodies called planets and thousands of smaller bodies. TRUE.
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User: The solar system contains eight major bodies called planets and thousands of smaller bodies.true or false?





Weegy: The solar system contains eight major bodies called planets and thousands of smaller bodies. TRUE.
Expert answered|mandul|Points 241|

User: Which planet by itself contains the majority of mass of all the planets?

Weegy: Jupiter by itself contains the majority of mass of all the planets.
Expert answered|mandul|Points 241|

User: Astronomers have not yet been able to detect planets outside our solar system.true or false?

Weegy: Astronomers have not yet been able to detect planets outside our solar system. FALSE.
Expert answered|jher000|Points 7353|



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