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  1. Fox
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    A form of an element with a different number of neutrons
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    A form of an element with a different number of protons
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    A form of an element with a different number of electrons
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    A form of an element that is unstable radioactively
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    Wrong!

    Atomic mass!

    There can be stable and unstable neutrons — the main thing is they have a different number of neutrons (and therefore a different mass) but the same number of protons as the normal form of an element.

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    NASA
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    Titan
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    Ceres
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    Eris
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    Makemake
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    Wrong!

    Titan is a moon of Saturn!

    Learn more about dwarf planets here!

  3. mapichai / Thinkstock
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    Inner core
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    Outer core
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    Upper mantle
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    Lower mantle
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    It's the lower mantle!

    The lower mantle. So hot right now.

  4. NASA / Via upload.wikimedia.org
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    The Triangulum Galaxy
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    The Andromeda Galaxy
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    The Pinwheel Galaxy
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    The Tadpole Galaxy
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    Andromeda!

    Sure, there are closer satellite and dwarf galaxies, but when it comes to major systems, Andromeda is closest.

  5. NBC
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    Heavy rains in temperate regions
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    Increased monsoons in Southeast Asia
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    Warm ocean temperatures in the Equatorial Pacific
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    Excessive drought in sub-tropical regions
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    Ocean temperatures!

    The event is defined by the ocean temperatures in one region, but its effects are global.

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    The Moon does not rotate.
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    The Sun's gravity locks the moon in place.
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    The Moon rotates in the opposite direction of Earth.
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    The moon completes a rotation in the same amount of time it completes one orbit around the Earth.
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    Synchronous rotation!

    Earth's rotation and the Moon's are synchronous.

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    Gold
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    Bronze
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    Silver
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    Aluminum
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    Bronze is an alloy!

    That means it's a mix of copper, tin, and some other metals.

  8. NASA
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    Venus
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    Mercury
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    Eris
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    Ceres
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    It's Mercury!

    The closest planet to the Sun!

  9. mervin07 / Thinkstock
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    Photosynthesis
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    Phytosymbiosis
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    Phytophotogenesis
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    Phototropism
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    Photosynthesis

    It legit makes life happen on this planet.

  10. Via en.wikipedia.org
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    Current
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    Speed of light
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    Binding energy
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    Conductivity
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    Mass–energy equivalence, bro!

    The equation says that the energy of something is equal to the mass of something times the speed of light squared. It's a pretty big deal.

  11. NASA
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    Mariner 10
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    New Horizons
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    Voyager 2
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    Voyager 1
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    Voyager 1, baby!

    By some measures, it has left the solar system!

  12. Vassil / Via en.wikipedia.org
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    Sea scorpion
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    Trilobite
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    Conodont
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    Nautiloid
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    That's a trilobite!

    More specifically, this one belongs to the genus Cheirurus.

  13. Pixabay / Via pixabay.com
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    4.02 billion years old
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    4.25 billion years old
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    4.54 billion years old
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    4.72 billion years old
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    That's around 4,540,000,000 years old!

    The number comes from radiometric dating of old solar system bits.

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