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 Rings on Planets in Our Solar System?

Answer At one point in time all of the planets in Earth's solar system had rings. The terrestrial planets --- Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars --- no longer have rings as they were incorporated into the pl... Read More »
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What is the difference between tungsten rings&stainless steel rings?

Tungsten and stainless steel are metal options for rings that are highly durable. While they have a lot in common, there are some slight differences that may sway which one you choose.Scratch-Proof... Read More »
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Cell phone number just rings and rings?

Could mean anything. If they're not answering, it's probably disconnected.
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Types of Planets?

The planets of our own solar system were not fully identified until the early 20th century, when Pluto was discovered and labelled as the ninth planet. The last decade of the 20th century shifted t... Read More »
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Are the sun&moon planets?

Modern science defines a planet as a large body that orbits around the sun in a solar system. Therefore, the sun cannot be a planet. Since the Moon orbits around the Earth and is a relatively small... Read More »
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