The Solar System - General knowledge

The Solar System - General knowledge

The solar system consists of the Sun, nine planets, moons, asteroids, comets, dust and gas. Planets, asteroids and comets move around the Sun, which is the center of our solar system. It is important to know these things.

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The Solar System was formed from:

The Solar System was formed from:
gas and dust
gas and sand
gas and metal

Seen from above, the planets move around the Sun:

Seen from above, the planets move around the Sun:
in circular direction
in horizontal direction
in counterclockwise direction

The size of the Sun is:

The size of the Sun is:
high
medium
small

The closest planet to Sun is:

The closest planet to Sun is:
Venus
Mercury
Jupiter

The closest planet to Earth is:

The closest planet to Earth is:
Mars
Venus
Neptune

The largest planet in the solar system is:

The largest planet in the solar system is:
Uranus
Saturn
Jupiter

The coldest planet is:

The coldest planet is:
Venus
Mars
Earth

Which is the seventh planet from the Sun?

Which is the seventh planet from the Sun?
Uranus
Pluto
Neptune

The hottest planet of the solar system with 470 degrees is:

The hottest planet of the solar system with 470 degrees is:
Mercury
Venus
Mars

How many moons has the solar system?

How many moons has the solar system?
140
135
over 160