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20) Why do we think Mercury has so many tremendous cliffs? A) They are almost certainly volcanic in origin, carved by flowing lava. B) They probably formed when a series of large impacts hit Mercury one after the other. C) They were probably carved in Mercury " s early history by running water. D) They represent one of the greatest mysteries in the solar system, as no one has suggested a reasonable hypothesis for their formation. E) They were probably formed by tectonic stresses when the entire planet shrank as its core cooled.
21) Which of the following worlds have the thinnest lithospheres?
22) Olympus Mons is a
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23) Where did the elements heavier than hydrogen and helium come from?
24) Which planet, other than Earth, has visible water ice on it? A) Jupiter B) Mercury C) the Moon D) Mars E) Venus
25) According to our theory of solar system formation, why do we find some exceptions to the general rules and patterns of the planets?
26) How does seafloor crust differ from continental crust?
27) Which two properties are most important in determining the surface temperature of a planet?
28) According to our theory of solar system formation, why do all the planets orbit the Sun in the same direction and in nearly the same plane? A) The original solar nebula happened to be disk - shaped by chance. B) The laws of conservation of energy and conservation of angular momentum ensure that any rotating, collapsing cloud will end up as a spinning disk.

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