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    This is true, but note that the question specifies that you're living on Mars, and it is the Earth that is in opposition, not Mars itself. By definition, opposition means that two objects (usually...

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    Currently, there are officially eight planets in our solar system. These planets are: Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Mercury until Mars are called the Inner...

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    The Earth exists within its own unique atmosphere -- an atmosphere essential for the existence of life as we know it. It is entirely unique not just within the Solar System, but, until scientific...

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    The planets in our solar system can be divided into two groups, the inner planets of Mars, Earth, Venus and Mercury and the outer, Jovian one of Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus. The inner...

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    Our data has improved considerably in the last 20 years. Mercury: no moons Venus: no moons Earth: 1 moon Mars: 2 moons, Phobos, Deimos Jupiter: 67 moons, some of which do not yet have proper...

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    I have no idea where those multiple choice questions could have come from or how they could not contain the only true answer: (G) Any existing planets will orbit the largest gravitational body in...

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    The distance of each planet from the Sun varies through their respective year as their orbits are not perfectly circular. Each planet has a "closest" point (perihelion) and a "farthest" point...

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    There are quite a few different classifications for planets based on different factors. Important facts include size, mass, mineral or gas composition, and distance from other celestial bodies (by...

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