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1. The rings orbiting the Jovian planets may have been small ____ that got too close to the planets long ago.
A. Comets
B. Asteroids
C. Moons
D. Meteors

2. What is the composition of the rings around the Jovian planets?
A. Small pieces of rock and ice
B. Soil and rocks from the surface
C. Gas that escaped from the clouds
D. Large chunks of frozen methane

3. What is the most abundant gas on Neptune and Uranus?
A. Hydrogen
B. Helium
C. Methane
D. Oxygen

4. All of the Jovian planets have ___ that give them distinctive colors and active weather patterns.
A. Deep liquid metallic hydrogen layers
B. Solid metallic cores
C. Multiple cloud layers
D. Large magnetic fields

5. Which Jovian moon is the most volcanically active in the solar system?
A. Titan, which orbits Saturn
B. Io, which orbits Jupiter
C. Callisto, which orbits Jupiter
D. Triton, which orbits Neptune

6. How are the medium and large Jovian moons similar to the terrestrial planets?
A. They are the same size
B. They are hot and gaseous
C. They are all volcanically active
D. They are made of mostly rock and metal

7. All four Jovian planets have
A. Permafrost
B. Solid surfaces
C. Fierce visible storms
D. Similar compositions

8. Which Jovian planet does not have an internal heat source?
A. Neptune
B. Uranus
C. Jupiter
D. Saturn

9. Chemical reactions at varying depths on other planets, such as Jupiter, result in what?
A. Massive storms
B. Cloud cover
C. Different colors seen from earth
D. Highly gaseous materials

10. Which two Jovian planets have long-lived large spots comparable to the size of earth?
A. Jupiter and Neptune
B. Saturn and Uranus
C. Neptune and Saturn
D. Uranus and Jupiter

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  8. 1. jupiter and neptune
    2. fierce visible storms
    3. small pieces of rock and ice
    4. different colors seen from Earth
    5. Uranus
    6. hydrogen
    7. they are made of mostly rock and metal
    8. Io, which orbits Jupiter
    9. multiple cloud layers
    10. moons

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