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The orbits of the planets, dwarf planets, and comets in the Solar System are all circular.
Moons orbit the planets in the Solar System due to the gravitational attraction of the planet.
The density of the outer planets in the Solar System is high.
Ceres, the largest asteroid, is classified as a minor planet.
Comets consist mainly of water and methane.
The focus of an elliptical orbit is always at the center of the ellipse.
The Sun is classified as a dwarf star.
The Solar System formed from a rotating accretion disc about 4.5 billion years ago.
The age of the Earth is determined through the radioactive dating of minerals in rocks.
The strength of the gravitational field of a planet remains constant as one moves away from the planet\’s surface.
The age of the Solar System is estimated to be about 4.5 billion years.
The Sun is a second-generation star, meaning it formed from the remnants of a previous star\’s explosion.
Objects in the Solar System that do not have a spherical shape are classified as minor planets.