What is the mass of Jupiter?
A. mc003-1.jpg times the mass of Earth
B. twice the mass of all the terrestrial planets
C. about half the mass of all the Jovian planets
D. mc003-2.jpg times the mass of all the other planets and their moons
The answer is D. mc003-2.jpg times the mass of all the other planets and their moons.
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Which of the Jovian planets have rings?
A. only Saturn and Jupiter
B. Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune
C. only Saturn and Neptune
D. only Saturn, Jupiter, and Uranus
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. BAuto answered|Score 1|PlurLife|Points 42|User:
Which planet has the lowest surface temperature of any planet and an atmosphere comprised mostly of nitrogen?
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Which planet has an axis of rotation parallel with the plane of its orbit?
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Most asteroids lie between the orbits of
A. Jupiter and Saturn.
B. Mars and Jupiter.
C. Jupiter and Neptune.
D. Mars and Earth
Mars and Jupiter. Weegy! Auto answered|Score 1|mrsweldy|Points 122|User:
Which of the following is true about comets?
A. The orbits of comets do not take them past the Jovian planets.
B. Comets are held together by frozen gases.
C. All comets have long tails made of vaporizing gases.
D. The Oort cloud of comets is found between Neptune and Pluto
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What color will a star be with a surface temperature of 5000–6000 K?
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The mass of a star can be determined by studying
A. the wavelength of light emitted by the star.
B. the color of the star.
C. the distance between the star and Earth.
D. binary star systems
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Approximately how long is a light-year?
A. 9.5 billion km
B. 95 billion km
C. 9.5 trillion km
D. 95 trillion km
light-year also light year n. The distance that light travels in a vacuum in one year, approximately 9.46 trillion ... A long way. Often ... [ 9 trillion mi (9.5 trillion km ... www.answers.com/topic/light-year
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Which of the following is NOT a factor that affects the apparent brightness of a star as seen from Earth?
A. how old the star is
B. how big the star is
C. how hot the star is
D. how far away the star is
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