The COUNTERCLOCKWISE SPIN of a planet or moon as seen from above the planet's north pole
The CLOCKWISE SPIN of a planet or moon as seen from above the planet's north pole
A LARGE, GASEOUS PLANET of the outer solar system with no known solide surface
A natural or artificial BODY THAT REVOLVES AROUND A MORE MASSIVE BODY
A SMALL body of ICE, ROCK, and cosmic dust LOOSELY PACKED TOGETHER
The REGION of the solar system that most ASTEROIDS OCCUPY BETWEEN the orbits of MARS and JUPITER
A SMALL ROCKY BODY that REVOLVES AROUND THE SUN
A VERY SMALL ROCKY BODY that REVOLVES AROUND THE SUN
A METEOROID that REACHES the EARTH'S surface WITHOUT BURNING up completely
A STREAK OF LIGHT caused when a meteoroid or comet dust burns up in the Earth's atmosphere
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