Guess the planet February 1, 2021February 1, 2021 KritiGuess the planet 0 Comment Tags: Planet quiz 17 Created on January 30, 2021 By Kriti About Planets Interesting Planet FactsMercury – The smallest and fastest planet, it zips around the Sun in only 88 Earth days.Venus – Venus’ thick atmosphere makes it the hottest planet in our solar system.Earth – The only planet in our solar system with liquid water on the surface.Mars – Mars was a wet and warm planet billions of years ago.Jupiter – The largest planet, its dark red spot is a storm larger than Earth.Saturn – Saturn has the brightest, most massive and most complex ring system of any planet.Uranus – Uranus is tipped on its axis by almost 90-degrees.Neptune – Neptune was the first planet discovered through mathematical calculations, rather than observation 1 / 15 Which is the smallest planet? Pluto Mercury Mars 2 / 15 Which is the planet farthest from the Sun? Neptune Uranus Mars 3 / 15 Which planet is called the red planet? Saturn Jupiter Mars 4 / 15 Which is the only planet known to support life? Mars Venus Earth 5 / 15 Which is the second largest planet in our solar system? Earth Jupiter Saturn 6 / 15 Which planet is known as morning or evening star? Venus Mars Jupiter 7 / 15 Which planet is called the blue planet? Earth Uranus Neptune 8 / 15 Almost 1300 Earth's can fit inside this planet Jupiter Saturn Uranus 9 / 15 Which is the hottest planet in Solar System? Neptune Uranus Venus 10 / 15 Which planet has largest volcano? Earth Mars Jupiter Olympus Mons is a shield volcano 27 km high. 11 / 15 Which is the heaviest planet? Uranus Neptune Jupiter 12 / 15 Which is the lightest planet Mercury Neptune Saturn 13 / 15 The planet with the highest number of moons is? Jupiter Saturn Mars 14 / 15 Titan is one of the moons of ______. Saturn Jupiter Mars 15 / 15 Ganymede, the biggest moon in our solar system, belongs to which planet? Uranus Saturn Jupiter Your score is The average score is 74% LinkedIn Facebook Twitter 0% Restart quiz Post navigation Previous page Previous post: One Word SubstitutionNext page Next post: Random Science quiz for class 4+ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.