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Planets By Picture Quiz

Can you name each planet in our solar system based on a picture?
Answers are in no particular order. Answer must correspond to yellow box!
Some pictures involve false color, enhanced color, or composite images.
Quiz by nichster
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Last updated: June 10, 2020
First submittedMarch 10, 2018
Times taken27,890
Average score87.5%
Rating4.45
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+27
Level 53
Jun 8, 2020
First featured non geography quiz! Cheers for the nominations and I hope that I can keep pleasing you with some new and interesting quizzes.
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Level 63
Feb 7, 2020
Justice for Pluto
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Level 64
Jun 9, 2020
Yes!
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Level 74
Jun 12, 2020
It's such a shame that Colin Matthews went to the trouble of adding a ninth movement to Holst's eight only a few years before Pluto was downgraded.
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Level 58
Jun 12, 2020
No
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Level 24
Jun 13, 2020
100%
+6
Level 69
Sep 8, 2020
Justice for Ceres, Vesta, Juno and Pallas, unjustly demoted from planets to asteroids in 1867!
+43
Level 66
May 22, 2020
Wow. Uranus looks so smooth.
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Level 77
Jun 8, 2020
And bleached. Oh, vanity!
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Level 61
Jun 12, 2020
beautiful morning...
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Level 33
Dec 7, 2021
But it smells very bad...
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Level 75
Jun 9, 2020
Thank you.
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Level 74
Jun 10, 2020
Creep.
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Level 80
Jun 8, 2020
You heard about Pluto? That's messed up, right?
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Level 73
Sep 28, 2020
No, it isn't, it makes perfect sense.
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Level 73
Jun 8, 2020
Relatively few people seem to recognize Uranus. What does that say about those of us who did recognize Uranus? Hmmm...
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Level 80
Jun 8, 2020
Nah just slow typists
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Level 60
Jun 12, 2020
Not everyone is a creep like you. That's why they were unable to recognise Uranus.
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Level 71
Jun 9, 2020
Do the 'Flat Earth' people think that the other planets are flat as well?........ just a thought.
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Level 74
Jun 12, 2020
Or 'discs', as I prefer to call them.
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Level 37
Jun 12, 2020
I'm pretty sure they just think that earth is not a planet as (other) planets can be viewed with relative ease and be observed to be round, but earth can only be viewed from a non-planetary standpoint which they are all too stupid to be able to do . At least thats what the flat earth society say, most probably have differing standpoints since the roundness of earth can be measured and observed using a few dollars/pounds/whatever and an iq of more than 75.
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Level 43
Apr 19, 2021
elon musk asked the flath earth society if there was a flat mars society and they said that mars was observed to be round
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Level 71
Jun 9, 2020
just one second left. ouf !
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Level 76
Jun 9, 2020
20 seconds isn't long enough
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Level 55
Jun 9, 2020
exactly!!
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Level 66
Jun 9, 2020
I'd also be happy with a little more time. Otherwise, great quiz. I really enjoyed it.
+1
Level 36
Jun 9, 2020
Didn't realize the time limit! This could use a bit more time, maybe 10 more seconds
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Level 73
Jun 12, 2020
Yes please, some of us can't type fast enough! I literally timed out halfway through typing Uranus.
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Level ∞
Jun 12, 2020
It was supposed to be longer. Now it is.
+10
Level 87
Jun 10, 2020
Mercury and the moon look surprisingly similar.
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Level 48
Jun 12, 2020
Can anyone explain in simple terms why Mercury looks much more like a moon (or rather THE moon) than all of the other planets? Being closest to the sun, I could see maybe that the sun's gravitational pull attracts more asteroids that hit the surface of the planet but I'm still surprised that the difference is so stark.
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Level 53
Jun 12, 2020
This website might help: https://www.space.com/14743-planet-mercury-appearance.html#:~:text=The%20planet%20Mercury%20looks%20a,a%20diameter%20of%204%2C880%20kilometers.
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Level 60
Jun 12, 2020
I believe the main cause is that ther isn't and never was an atmosphere to smoothen the craters out. Pluto and the gas giant moons also look similar.
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Level 84
Jun 12, 2020
atmosphere blasted away by solar radiation? And also it's relatively small so the craters look bigger and its gravity is less. Weaker forces of erosion. Less protection from impacts. Clearer view of the surface.
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Level 71
Jun 14, 2020
it is literally a big rock among other big rocks. the other planers are who need some kind of explanation for smoothnes or colour due to some geological ot chemical causes
+11
Level 66
Jun 12, 2020
Only one I missed was Neptune... and I live there!!
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Level 25
Jun 12, 2020
The only remaining question is if you say Ur-anus or urine-us
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Level 38
Jun 12, 2020
Creed!
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Level 69
Jun 12, 2020
Just pronounce it the way it´s pronounced in greek. It´s a greek word after all.
+1
Level 37
Jun 12, 2020
so... like.. oo-raanus?
+2
Level 53
Jun 15, 2020
Oo-rah-noss?

I don't think many people will understand me.

+1
Level 64
Jan 14, 2021
jʊˈreɪnəs
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Level 76
Apr 14, 2021
I pronounced the former way.
+3
Level 84
Jun 12, 2020
What's going on at Saturn's southern pole? Is that a huge arc of lightning? Why is it glowing?
+4
Level 66
Jun 15, 2020
Aurorae. (Or auroras, if you prefer.)
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Level 45
Jun 12, 2020
Tellus!
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Level 51
Jun 12, 2020
7 seconds!
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Level 38
Jun 12, 2020
11 seconds!
+2
Level 48
Jun 16, 2020
The disrespect for poor Pluto.. :(
+1
Level 69
Sep 8, 2020
And the poor Eris that doesn't even get mentioned despite being more massive than Pluto... :(
+1
Level 34
Jun 18, 2020
my best is 0:31

is that good

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Level 75
Jun 18, 2020
I don't understand what kind of people would not get 8/8. This is one of the easiest quizzes on JetPunk!
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Level 52
Jan 7, 2021
Flat Earthers can't recognize the first picture
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Level 20
Jun 30, 2020
i got 8/8 in 27 seconds
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Level 34
Jan 12, 2021
i put my venus in uranus
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Level 20
Feb 3, 2021
oooooooooooooooof............
+1
Level 76
Apr 14, 2021
Your venus?
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Level 20
Feb 3, 2021
easy points thx
+1
Level 30
Apr 14, 2021
25 seconds!
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Level 76
Apr 14, 2021
18 seconds!
+1
Level 59
Sep 5, 2021
Nice images of seven planets... and a cue ball.
+1
Level 28
Oct 8, 2021
Completely forgot jupiter
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Level 25
Feb 17, 2022
Easy 5 points ty.
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Level 33
Mar 28, 2022
That is defiantly a picture of the moon.

Or am I dumb.

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Level 72
Nov 23, 2022
You're not dumb! But it's also definitely not the Moon. They both are geologically inactive and have little atmosphere to speak of, so both are very heavily cratered and look pretty similar.