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35.The planet Jupitera) Is the largest of the planets.b) Has a strong magnetic field.c) Has a greater equatorial than polar diameter because of its rapid rotation.d) All of the above are correct.
36.The Great Red Spot is a “storm” in the upper cloud layers of the planet
37.The Great Dark Spot is a prominent cloud feature in the upper cloud layers of the planet
True or False: Mark your answer on Scantron..38.The ring systems of Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune are not nearly as prominent as those of the planetSaturn.39.Asteroids are icy bodies whereas comets are rocky objects.40.The average size of a comet nucleus is from 50 to 100 miles.41.Most asteroids are located in the asteroid belt.42.The total mass of all the asteroids in the asteroid belt approximately equals themass of the planet Jupiter.43.The asteroid Vesta is the brightest of the known asteroids.44.The asteroid Ceres is the largest of all known asteroids45.In order of increasing size (smallest to largest) the three parts of a comet are the tail, coma orhead and nucleus.Multiple Choice: Mark your answer on Scantron.46.The Oort Cloud is a cloud of
47. A comet's tail always pointsa. toward the Sun.c.at right angles to the Sunb.away from the Sun.d.there is no relationship between acomet's tail and the Sun.
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48. A bit of matter that enters Earth's atmosphere and survives to reach the ground is called
49. A meteor shower is produced when
50. Very bright meteors are called
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