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 From:  Anonymous, South Africa, Jul/18/11 submitted on: AnswerPod.com
Subject:  Common Knowledge
Question: 

Here is the question: How many planet?

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Sunita shashi,
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  8 planets, and 3 dwarf planets.

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shiva sakthi,
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  Hai,

There are eight planets in our Solar System since Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet in 2006.The eight planets of our Solar System starting with the one closest to the Sun are Mercury,

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Leena Daniel,
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  There are eight planets and five dwarf planets in the Solar System. In increasing distance from the Sun, the planets are:

1.Mercury 2.Venus 3.Earth 4.Mars 5.Jupiter 6.Saturn

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usha gurnani,
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  8

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 From:  Anonymous, United States, Sep/13/10 submitted on: AnswerPod.com
Subject:  Space
Question: 

Here is the question: Can you see the milky way?

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nihir pg,
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  yes we can see the milky way.

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 From:  Anonymous, United States, Jul/21/10 submitted on: AnswerPod.com
Subject:  Solar System
Question:  This question has come from a cell phone.

Here is the question: What is the biggest planet in the solar system?

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PRATEEK AGRAWAL,
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  JUPITER

it also has strongest gravity thus.

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 From:  Anonymous, United States, Jul/13/10 submitted on: AnswerPod.com
Subject:  Number of universes
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Here is the question: How many known universes are there?

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nissar ahmed,
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  There is only one universe that we know of. With our current technology, we can't detect what might be outside our universe. There might be more of our universe, empty space, more universes, or someth

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Mireille Paradis,
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  This is still a unsolved question by all astrophysiciens.

As per our current knowledgde, there is still no definite, absolute proof of any other univers but the univers itself being all there is. B

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KG Anand,
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  We know of only one Universe in which we are all living and all the Solar system, Planets and Stars are part of this universe.

There are talks of other universes also but nothing concrete has been

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Vijaya ,
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  Known universe till present = 1 only.

Our universe is 13 billion years old. They came with this estimate by considering the light year. Nearest star is 24,000,000,000,000 miles away from ea

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shiva sakthi,
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  Hai,

There are around 10^10^10^7 Universes.

Stanford University in California physicists Andrei Linde and Vitaly Vanchurin decided to take on a task that seemed impossible to complete, namely to

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valke rose,
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  If we do, in fact, live in a multiverse, with multiple universes arising out of the Big Bang, how many are there? Andrei Linde and Vitaly Vanchurin at Stanford University have been working to calculat

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 From:  Anonymous, United States, Jun/25/10 submitted on: AnswerPod.com
Subject:  Reason for blue color of the sky
Question:  This question has come from a cell phone.

Here is the question: Why is the sky blue

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Ryan Boundy,
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  Lynne OConnor
  The sky is blue because molecules in the air scatter blue light from the Sun

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