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Nerd Battles

Is the light from a supernova dangerous? Yes.
What percent of the solar system’s mass does Sun holds? 99.8%
Which Planets Have Rings around Them? Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune
What is the approximate age of Moon? 4,500 Billion years
What is the diameter of MERCURY? 3,032 Miles
What is the diameter of VENUS? 7,521 Miles
What is the diameter of EARTH? 7,918 Miles
What is the diameter of JUPITER? 86,881 Miles
What is the diameter of SATURN? 74,897 Miles
What is the diameter of URANUS? 31,518 Miles
What is the diameter of NEPTUNE? 30,599 Miles
How many moons does Jupiter have? 66 Moons
When was the first man made object sent into space? 1957
What are the notable satellites of Pluto? Charon, Nix, Hydra, Kerberos and Styx.
What is the Planet closest to Earth? Venus
Created by: BobTulip