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Re: Solar System B

Post by AwersomeUser » March 30th, 2019, 11:41 am

LiteralRhinoceros wrote:1. What is Haumea's provisional name?
2. What are Pluto's moons named after?
3. How long before Voyager 1 was Voyager 2 launched?
1. 136108 Haumea
2. Greek mythological figures 
3. Less than 1 month
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Re: Solar System B

Post by LiteralRhinoceros » March 30th, 2019, 11:42 am

AwersomeUser wrote:
LiteralRhinoceros wrote:1. What is Haumea's provisional name?
2. What are Pluto's moons named after?
3. How long before Voyager 1 was Voyager 2 launched?
1. 136108 Haumea
2. Greek mythological figures 
3. Less than 1 month
1. 2003 EL61 (provisional name is given when it is first discovered
2. Yup
3. Yup, specifically 16 days.
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Re: Solar System B

Post by AwersomeUser » March 30th, 2019, 11:46 am

LiteralRhinoceros wrote:
AwersomeUser wrote:
LiteralRhinoceros wrote:1. What is Haumea's provisional name?
2. What are Pluto's moons named after?
3. How long before Voyager 1 was Voyager 2 launched?
1. 136108 Haumea
2. Greek mythological figures 
3. Less than 1 month
1. 2003 EL61 (provisional name is given when it is first discovered
2. Yup
3. Yup, specifically 16 days.
Oh ok oops.
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Re: Solar System B

Post by AwersomeUser » March 30th, 2019, 12:02 pm

1. Which dwarf planet has the most moons?
2. True/False: Ceres is NOT the only object in the asteroid belt known to be rounded by its own gravity.
3. The dwarf planet Mr. Pluto is very interested in how humans catorgarized it him. He noticed in his Wikipedia page that he is catorgarized as two things called “plutoid” and “plutino”, so he asked humans, “What’s the difference between plutoid and plutino? This is just so confusing!” (Wow I am so creative)
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Post by LiteralRhinoceros » April 3rd, 2019, 2:09 pm

1. Pluto
2. True? (bc Vesta isn't round, and it's the second largest asteroid?)
3. Plutoids are objects that aren't rocky or gas planets, basically planets that are similar to Pluto. Plutinos are also like Pluto, but they are classified by the way they orbit. Plutinos have simple orbital resonances with Neptune, and have become locked with Neptune's orbit.
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Re: Solar System B

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LiteralRhinoceros wrote:1. Pluto
2. True? (bc Vesta isn't round, and it's the second largest asteroid?)
3. Plutoids are objects that aren't rocky or gas planets, basically planets that are similar to Pluto. Plutinos are also like Pluto, but they are classified by the way they orbit. Plutinos have simple orbital resonances with Neptune, and have become locked with Neptune's orbit.
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Re: Solar System B

Post by space-egg » April 5th, 2019, 7:23 am

AwersomeUser wrote:
LiteralRhinoceros wrote:1. Pluto
2. True? (bc Vesta isn't round, and it's the second largest asteroid?)
3. Plutoids are objects that aren't rocky or gas planets, basically planets that are similar to Pluto. Plutinos are also like Pluto, but they are classified by the way they orbit. Plutinos have simple orbital resonances with Neptune, and have become locked with Neptune's orbit.
Yes except 2. Your turn! (I hope you see this soon because my competition is this afternoon...)
I know I'm not who you were referring to, but here's a couple of questions.

1. When did Voyager 2 exit the heliosphere?
2. What are the bright spots on Ceres called? What are they made of?
3. Which bodies in our solar system have trojans?

Good luck at competition!
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Re: Solar System B

Post by Killboe » April 5th, 2019, 7:31 am

space-egg wrote:
AwersomeUser wrote:
LiteralRhinoceros wrote:1. Pluto
2. True? (bc Vesta isn't round, and it's the second largest asteroid?)
3. Plutoids are objects that aren't rocky or gas planets, basically planets that are similar to Pluto. Plutinos are also like Pluto, but they are classified by the way they orbit. Plutinos have simple orbital resonances with Neptune, and have become locked with Neptune's orbit.
Yes except 2. Your turn! (I hope you see this soon because my competition is this afternoon...)
I know I'm not who you were referring to, but here's a couple of questions.

1. When did Voyager 2 exit the heliosphere?
2. What are the bright spots on Ceres called? What are they made of?
3. Which bodies in our solar system have trojans?
Good luck at competition!

1. December, 2018 2. Faculae, Highly reflective salt 3. Mars, Neptune, Earth, Jupiter, Venus, Uranus, Ceres and Vesta have temporary trojans.
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Re: Solar System B

Post by space-egg » April 5th, 2019, 7:38 am

Killboe wrote:
space-egg wrote:
AwersomeUser wrote: Yes except 2. Your turn! (I hope you see this soon because my competition is this afternoon...)
I know I'm not who you were referring to, but here's a couple of questions.

1. When did Voyager 2 exit the heliosphere?
2. What are the bright spots on Ceres called? What are they made of?
3. Which bodies in our solar system have trojans?
Good luck at competition!

1. December, 2018 2. Faculae, Highly reflective salt
3. Mars, Neptune, Earth, Jupiter, Venus, Uranus, Ceres and Vesta have temporary trojans.
1. Close. November 5, 2018. 2. Correct. 3. Correct
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Re: Solar System B

Post by porphyry » April 11th, 2019, 11:36 am

AwersomeUser wrote:Image
Identify a, b, and c
[hide]Hint:|[/hide]b and c are moons

(Hopefully this isn’t too confusing)
a. Haumea
b. Namaka
c. Hi'iaka
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