Space True or False

The questions are either true or false and are about space. Good luck!
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Last updated: April 1, 2020
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1. Pluto is a gas giant.
True
False
Pluto was a gas giant but was reclassified as a dwarf planet in 2006.
2. There are three theories of how the world will end.
True
False
3. Jupiter has 79 moons (NASA 2020).
True
False
4. The Sun is the only sun in the Universe.
True
False
The Milky way isn't the only galaxy.
5. Space was born 13.8 billion years ago.
True
False
A long time ago!
6. Our galaxy is called the Super Rover.
True
False
It's called the Milky Way.
7. The Moon has a dark side.
True
False
It spins on it's axis so both sides will always be facing the Sun at some point.
8. Neutron stars can spin 600 times per second.
True
False
9. A full NASA space suit costs $1,200.
True
False
It costs $12,000,000!
10. One day on Venus is longer than a year on Venus.
True
False
11. There are less than 1 billion stars in space.
True
False
No-one knows how many stars there are but scientists know there are more than 1 billion.
12. Mercury is the hottest planet in the Solar System.
True
False
It's actually Venus.
13. The Earth is in the centre of the Universe.
True
False
There is no centre of the Universe.
14. The Sun is around 330,000 times the mass of the Earth.
True
False
The Sun takes up 99.86% of the Solar System.
15. Uranus has rings around it.
True
False
They are very faint and hard to see.
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Level 74
Apr 1, 2020
You could say that technically, every planet and moon has a dark side - which is their current night side. Even if that side keeps shifting, it doesn't change the fact. A better statement would be "The moon has a permanent dark side".
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Level 19
May 15, 2020
Fair enough but the moon in this case doesn't have a dark side 24/7.