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Mercury has a dense atmosphere composed mainly of carbon dioxide.
Venus has a day longer than its year.
Mars has no liquid water on its surface.
Mars experiences frequent high winds and dust storms.
Jupiter is the smallest planet in the Solar System.
Saturn\’s rings are primarily composed of rock and metal.
Uranus and Neptune have atmospheres consisting mainly of hydrogen and helium.
A comet\’s speed increases as it moves closer to the Sun and decreases as it moves away due to conservation of energy.
The Sun\’s gravitational field strength increases with distance from the Sun.
Venus is colder than Mars.
All the planets in the Solar System have orbits in the same plane.
Heavier chemical elements in the Sun and inner planets may have come from an exploding supernova.
The inner planets, such as Venus and Mercury, are composed mainly of hydrogen and helium.