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____ is the largest planet in the solar system, is the fifth planet from the sun, and has colorful clouds. One of its 17 moons is the most volcanically active object in the solar system. The planet has a liquid ocean and an atmosphere comprised mostly of hydrogen and helium. It may have a rocky core, although its extreme pressure and temperature would make the core different from any rock on Earth. (1 point) Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune

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Jupiter

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A Jupiter
its Jupiter
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A main sequence star becomes a ____ after it uses up the hydrogen in its core. (1 point) nebula supernova black hole giant
no its not giant i think black hole and these is math not science
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