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Mini-Quiz: Jupiter

by Ron Kurtus (3 February 2017)

Take this Mini-quiz to check your understanding of the lesson material.



1. What is the length of a Jovian year?

365 days

10 hours

12 Earth years

2. What does the surface of Jupiter consist of?

Swirling hydrogen and helium gases

Numerous craters

Ice water and large boulders

3. What is one way Jupiter is studied?

Exploration by astronauts

Probes with robotic spacecraft

Samples collected and brought back to Earth

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