The Solar System by Clue

Earth
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Last updated: June 24, 2015
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This planet has a density lower than water
Saturn
Boasts the Solar System's tallest known mountain
Mars
Has the shortest day of any major planet in the Solar System
Jupiter
Has a number of moons named for Shakespearian characters
Uranus
Is approximately 4.5 billion years old
Sun
Has been demoted to dwarf planet status
Pluto
Is mutually tide-locked with the above
Charon
Returns to Earth's skies approximately every 76 years
Halley's Comet
Known for its geyser-like jets of icy particles
Enceladus
Moon known for its resemblance to a Star Wars death star
Mimas
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Two moons named after the twin Greek gods of fear and panic
Phobos and Deimos
Its core comprises approximately 75% of the entire planet
Mercury
Minor planet discovered in 1986, sometimes described as Earth's second moon
Cruithne
Region extending out from the orbit of Neptune containing a number of known dwarf planets
Kuiper Belt
The hottest planet, with a mean surface temperature of 462 °C
Venus
The only known natural satellite to have a dense atmosphere
Titan
The only large natural satellite with a retrograde orbit
Triton
Has the smoothest surface of any known solid object in the Solar System, suggesting it may have a liquid water ocean
Europa
Largest moon in the Solar System
Ganymede
Name of the succesful mission to land a probe on a comet
Rosetta
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Level 74
Jun 6, 2016
Everything in the solar system is about 4.6 billion years old.
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Level 56
Jun 20, 2021
Can you accept Haleys comet also.