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4.None of the planets have perfectly circular orbits. All of their orbits are elliptical but close to circular. The planet with the most eccentric orbit is Blank
5.The largest satellites are similar in size (or even slightly larger) than Blank, the smallest planet.
6.All of the (19) planets have strong magnetic fields, many moons, and Blank.
9.An Blank is a rocky body, most around the size of a major city, that typically orbits the Sun.
10.A few (a) planets have Blank composed of heavy gases, such as nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide;
13.Blank occurs when solid particles collide and stick together, forming a larger solid particle.
15.Blank planets are small, rocky bodies found in the inner part of the solar system.
16.Most asteroids are located within the asteroid belt, which is located between Mars and Blank.
17.Due to their smaller mass and size, most satellites do not have any atmosphere, with the notable exception of Blank. The largest satellites are Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Titan, Triton, and our own Moon.
18.Blank planets are large, gaseous bodies found in the outer part of the solar system
20.The average density of a planet is a measure of the entire mass of the planet divided by its total Blank.
21.(19) planets have densities near that of Blank, suggesting that they are mostly composed of light gases, such as hydrogen or helium, but still contain solid cores around the size of Earth.
1.A Blank is another term for the planetary disk that formed around the central protosun and eventually led to the creation of the planets and everything else in our solar system.
2.The Blank was the object in the center of our forming solar system that was on its way to becoming our Sun. As the gas and dust in the center of the nebula collapsed enough to radiate away heat energy from its gravitational collapse, a Blank could be distinguished from the surrounding gas and dust.
3.The largest sattellites have solid surfaces and Blank that suggest they are composed of ice and rock.
7.Terrestrial planets are denser at their centers due to Blank, which states that when the planets were still molten, the denser materials sank toward their centers while the lighter materials rose to their surfaces.
8.(a) planets have densities around 5000 kg/m3, suggesting that beneath their rocky surfaces lie Blank cores.
11.A trans-Neptunian object is an icy/rocky body, also around the size of a major city, that typically orbits the Sun. Most trans-Neptunian objects are located within the Blank, which is located outside the orbit of Neptune, roughly 30 to 50 AU away from the Sun.
12.a few (a) planets have weak Blank fields
14.and a few (a) planets have Blank (one or two)
19.The Blank cloud is a spherical distribution of icy/rocky bodies similar to trans-Neptunian objects. These objects are found roughly 50,000 AU away from the Sun and have never been observed, but their existence has been theorized based on comet trajectories.

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