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All the following statements are true. Which of them are considered to be "exceptions" to the general trends described by the first three major characteristics of the solar system?
Pluto is in the outer solar system but is ice-rich in composition.
Venus rotates in a direction opposite to the rotation of the other terrestrial planets.
Uranus rotates with an axis tilt that lies nearly in the ecliptic plane.
Our Moon has a diameter more than 1/4 the diameter of Earth.
Jupiter's largest moon, Ganymede, is even larger than Earth's moon.