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A. ?75 to 68 degree celsius
B. ?70 to 78 degree celsius
C. ?85 to 58 degree celsius
D. ?87 to 87 degree celsius
A. Jupiter
B. Neptune
C. Uranus
D. Saturn
A. ariels
B. syzygy
C. umriels
D. tritons
A. 40
B. 67
C. 13
D. 23
A. gravitational plurality
B. gravitational singularity
C. magnetic plurality
D. gravitational momentum
A. John Michelle
B. Karl Schwarzschild
C. David FinkelStein
D. Simon Lapalace
A. John Michell
B. Karl Schwarzschild
C. David FinkelStein
D. Simon Lapalace
A. ergo-sphere
B. photosphere
C. heliosphere
D. thermosphere
A. electronic field theory
B. event horizon field theory
C. magnetic field theory
D. quantum field theory
A. aster-hellion
B. meteorhelion
C. aphelion
D. perihelion
A. plasma tails
B. dust tails
C. both a and b
D. ice tails
A. Kuiper
B. comet
C. planet
D. meteorite
A. two
B. one
C. four
D. three
A. Earth
B. Mars
C. Mercury
D. Venus
A. 356 Earth days
B. 355 Earth days
C. 360 Earth days
D. 365.26 Earth days
A. 14,756 km
B. 12,756 km
C. 16,756 km
D. 12,714 km
A. 110 Earth Days
B. 120 Earth Days
C. 87.97 Earth Days
D. 100 Earth Days
A. 15th century BC
B. 14th century BC
C. 17th century BC
D. 16th century BC
A. 484,400 km
B. 242,000 km
C. 384,400 km
D. 584,500 km
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