Welcome to game 7 of Fascinating Facts. This game will be limited to the planets within our solar system. As poor Pluto was demoted to a dwarf planet when larger objects were found in the Kieper Belt and new definition was developed for what constitutes a planet in 2006, we have not included Pluto in any of the questions.
Please answer the questions to the best of your ability and please answer all 4 questions. This game will remain through May 7th, with the results posted on the 8th. On the 8th we will also post some additional facts about our amazing solar system that you may not know. As with all the Fascinating Games we ask that you do not post the answers to the questions in your comments in consideration of other game players. We encourage you to post your feelings about the questions or any other facts about our solar system that others may not know.
We will post another poll for you to decide on which topic you would like to see for the next game on the 8th.
For all that participated in our previous games we wish to thank you and hope that you are enjoying this series. If you have not done so you may view the results of game 6 (US Landmarks) at the following link:
1) Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system. Based on the size of Earth and Jupiter, you could fit nearly 767 Earths inside Jupiter. How many Jupiters could you fit in our sun?
2) Wich is the only planet in the solar system that is considered to truly spin backwards compared to the rest?
3) In our solar system we all know that Saturn has rings around it. How many total planets in our solar have rings?
4) How fast is the earth traveling through space?