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  1. Neptune (planet) (18545 bytes)
    2: |+<big>'''Neptune'''</big>
    4: ...color="black" | [[image:neptune.jpg|250px|Neptune from Voyager 2]]<br><small><font color="white">Click...
    9: ...rrier]]<br> [[John Couch Adams]]<br> [[Johann Gottfried Galle|Johann Galle]]
    136: ...et from the [[Sun]]. Neptune is named after the [[Neptune (god)|Roman god of the sea]]. Its symbol is a sty...
    138: Neptune has been visited by only one spacecraft, ''[[Voya...

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  1. Earth (30908 bytes)
    7: ...th''' or '''Terra''', is the third planet outward from the [[Sun]]. It is the largest of the [[solar s...
    14: ...f approximately 12,742 km. The maximum deviations from this are the highest point on Earth (the summit...
    55: ... is only 1/20,000 as great as the energy received from the Sun.
    74: ...utaway-english.png|thumb|350px|left|Earth cutaway from core to exosphere. Partially to scale.]]
    86: ...Peridotite|harzburgite]]s which has been observed from deep parts of the oceanic crust that have been ...
  2. Volcano (27295 bytes)
    4: The name "volcano" has its origin from the name of [[Vulcan (god)|Vulcan]], a god of f...
    18: ...'[[Volcanic cones]]''' or [[cinder cone]]s result from eruptions that throw out mostly small pieces of...
    41: ...tive" volcano. The lifespan of a volcano can vary from months to several million years, making such a ...
    43: ...to note that the span of recorded history differs from region to region; in the [[Mediterranean]], rec...
    47: ...tone as extinct. In fact, because the caldera has frequent earthquakes, a very active geothermal syste...
  3. Ancient Rome (25155 bytes)
    1: ...vilization]] that existed in [[Europe]], [[North Africa]], and the [[Middle East]] between [[753 BC]] ...
    9: [[Image:Lupaegemelli.jpg|framed|right|The female wolf, feeding the baby twins...
    11: ...Palatine Hill]], approximately eighteen [[mile]]s from the [[Tyrrhenian Sea]] on the river [[Tiber]]. ...
    25: ... each other for power. Caesar emerged victorious from the resulting Civil War, and was made dictator ...
    27: ...ements ([[27 BC]] and [[23 BC]]) transformed Rome from a Republic to an Empire. His designated success...
  4. Solar system (21174 bytes)
    16: **[[Neptune (planet)|Neptune]] (&#x2646;)
    26: **[[Planetesimal]]s, from which the planets were originally formed, are s...
    30: **[[Meteoroid]]s are asteroids that range in size from roughly boulder sized to particles as small as ...
    32: ...hat they remain in the region between Jupiter and Neptune.
    33: ...ose [[semimajor axis|semi-major axes]] lie beyond Neptune's. These are further subdivided:
  5. Asteroid (24334 bytes)
    1: ...is picture of [[433 Eros]] shows the view looking from one end of the asteroid across the gouge on its...
    4: The term "asteroid", meaning ''star-like'' (from the [[Greek language|Greek]] ''asteroeides'', '...
    8: ...larger than 50 m in diameter, distinguishing them from [[meteoroid]]s, which are typically [[boulder]]...
    14: ...Earth's solar system. As of [[May 23]], [[2005]], from a total of 277,090 minor planets with calculate...
    24: ...s, whereas families are much "tighter" and result from the catastrophic break-up of a large parent ast...
  6. Planet (8450 bytes)
    3: ...g [[nebula]] that a star formed from, aggregating from gas and dust that orbited the [[protostar]] in ...
    7: ...om classical mythology or (in the case of Uranus) from the plays of [[Shakespeare]]. Asteroids can be ...
    10: [[Image:Solare_Planeten99.jpg|framed|Planets in approx. scale of size, but not dis...
    12: ...anets in our solar system (in increasing distance from the [[Sun]]):
    20: # [[Neptune (planet)|Neptune]] (&#x2646;) - [[Neptune's natural satellites|13 moons]]
  7. History of science (41710 bytes)
    6: ...r [[empirical]] [[truth]]. [[Philosophy]] differs from science in that, while both the [[Natural scien...
    11: ...fic data is self-evident, value-free, and context-free.
    21: ...ccount of the development of (natural) philosophy from ancient times until recent times can be found i...
    27: ...rehistoric times, advice and knowledge was passed from generation to generation in an [[oral tradition...
    52: ...oration by bringing together people and new ideas from all over the Islamic world.
  8. Mercury (planet) (22924 bytes)
    1: ...st planet in the [[Solar System]]. Mercury ranges from &minus;0.4 to 5.5 in [[apparent magnitude]]; Me...
    8: (This Data comes from [http://www.answers.com/topic/mercury-in-roman-...
    10: ...[temperature]] of Mercury is 452 K, but it ranges from 90&ndash;700 K; by comparison, the temperature ...
    12: ...posited by [[comet]] impacts and/or gases arising from the planetary interior.
    182: The orbit of Mercury is eccentric, ranging from 46 million&ndash;70 million kilometres in radiu...
  9. Galileo Galilei (33761 bytes)
    2: ... early example of the conflict of authority and [[freedom of thought]], particularly with [[science]],...
    10: ...tters of science and to the separation of science from [[philosophy]] or religion. These are the prima...
    12: ...eo's experiments, in particular the distinguished French [[History of science and technology|historian...
    14: ...esearch into Galileo's unpublished working papers from as early as [[1604]] clearly showed the reality...
    24: ... on the opposite side of the Sun and to face away from the Earth when it was on the Earth-side of the ...
  10. Cirrus cloud (3505 bytes)
    9: ...proaching. Cirrus clouds can also be the remnants from a [[thunderstorm]].
    11: ...uding Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and possibly Neptune. They have even been seen on Titan, one of Saturn...
    15: ...es they are like blown out ice-crystals spreading from the top of a dying cumulonimbus.
    20: ...ms occasionally produce copious amounts of cirrus from their anvils.[18] High-altitude winds commonly ...
    25: ...ostratus clouds When cirrus clouds precede a cold front, squall line or multicellular thunderstorm, it...
  11. Venus (planet) (31010 bytes)
    1: '''Venus''', the second [[planet]] from the [[Sun]], is named after the [[Roman mytholo...
    3: ..., it always appears in roughly the same direction from Earth as the Sun (the greatest [[elongation]] i...
    7: ...me astronomers use ''[[Cytherean]]'', which comes from [[Cythera]]. Other less common adjectives incl...
    14: ...]'s, even though Venus is nearly twice as distant from the Sun and only receives 25% of the solar irra...
    16: ...k into space. This prevents most of the sunlight from ever heating the surface. Venus's [[Bolometer|...
  12. Mars (27704 bytes)
    4: '''Mars''' is the fourth [[planet]] from the [[Sun]] in the [[solar system]]. It is name...
    6: ...#x2642; (a circle with a small arrow pointing out from behind it), is a stylized representation of the...
    15: ...en summer and winter, giving rise to Earth-like [[frost]] and large [[cirrus cloud]]s [http://marsrove...
    18: ...tic field would have helped to protect the planet from [[cosmic radiation]]. Other explanations have a...
    22: Amongst the findings from the Opportunity rover is the presence of [[hema...
  13. Jupiter (24639 bytes)
    138: ...[Uranus (planet)|Uranus]], and [[Neptune (planet)|Neptune]] are sometimes referred to as "[[Jovian planet]]...
    142: ...ter was able to be seen, just below the [[Moon]], from parts of the [[Southern Hemisphere]].
    145: ...uishes a large and massive planet such as Jupiter from a [[brown dwarf]], although the latter possesse...
    175: ...phases of hydrogen; the conditions blend smoothly from gas to liquid as one descends.
    178: [[Image:Jupiter from Voyager 1.jpg|thumb|left|Detail of Jupiter's at...
  14. Saturn (planet) (23300 bytes)
    137: '''Saturn''' is the sixth [[planet]] from the [[Sun]]. It is a [[gas giant]], the second-...
    142: ...nterior, the droplets of helium releasing heat by friction as they fall down through the lighter hydro...
    144: ...smaller storm was observed. Astronomers using [[infrared]] imaging have shown that Saturn has a warm p...
    147: ...I'', based on [[radio astronomy|radio]] emissions from the planet, has a period of 10 h 39 min 22.4 s ...
    165: ...e never part of a moon, but are instead left over from the original [[nebula]]r material that Saturn f...
  15. Uranus (15207 bytes)
    145: ..., or "YOOR-&#601;-nus") is the seventh [[planet]] from the [[Sun]]. It is a [[gas giant]], the third l...
    149: ...mostly hydrogen). Uranus (like [[Neptune (planet)|Neptune]]) is in many ways similar to the cores of [[Jupi...
    157: ... regions of Uranus receive a greater energy input from the Sun than its equatorial regions. Uranus is ...
    164: ...otion at relatively shallow depths within Uranus. Neptune has a similarly displaced magnetic field, suggest...
    172: ...rgium Sidus'' or "the Georgian" were still used infrequently (by the British alone) thereafter. The fi...
  16. Neptune (planet) (18545 bytes)
    2: |+<big>'''Neptune'''</big>
    4: ...color="black" | [[image:neptune.jpg|250px|Neptune from Voyager 2]]<br><small><font color="white">Click...
    9: ...rrier]]<br> [[John Couch Adams]]<br> [[Johann Gottfried Galle|Johann Galle]]
    136: ...et from the [[Sun]]. Neptune is named after the [[Neptune (god)|Roman god of the sea]]. Its symbol is a sty...
    138: Neptune has been visited by only one spacecraft, ''[[Voya...
  17. Pluto (planet) (26470 bytes)
    120: ...some prefer a different symbol resembling that of Neptune but with a circle in the top center for the middl...
    124: ...ightly incorrect value then known for the mass of Neptune.
    126: ...eone else did". Soon suggestions began to pour in from all over the world. Constance Lowell, [[Perciva...
    128: ...tia Burney]], at the time an eleven-year-old girl from [[Oxford, England|Oxford]], [[England]]. Over t...
    140: ...ational acceleration from the Sun, stays ahead of Neptune, and pulls ahead until they meet again on the oth...
  18. Ocean (6829 bytes)
    4: '''Ocean''' (from [[Oceanus|Okeanos]], a Greek god of sea and wat...
    6: ... [[archipelago]]s into the following five bodies, from the largest to the smallest: the [[Pacific Ocea...
    12: ... last few million years movement of the [[Africa|African Continent]] has closed the straight off entir...
    51: ...[[Uranus (planet)|Uranus]] and [[Neptune (planet)|Neptune]] may also possess large oceans of liquid water u...
    55: ...y be better known after the full analysis of data from the [[Huygens probe]] of the [[Cassini-Huygens]...
  19. Crossword (24761 bytes)
    12: ...ered either radially or in concentric circles. ''Free form'' crosswords have simple designs and are n...
    18: [[French language]] crosswords are smaller and not nec...
    20: ...apitalizable letter in the intersecting clue. In French-language puzzles, [[diacritic]]s are omitted ...
    27: ...o in a foreign language. For example, '''ETE''' (French for "summer") might be clued as '''"Summer, i...
    86: ...words'']created by David Andersen, uses headlines from newspapers as a part of the clue. This enables ...
  20. Florence (11538 bytes)
    9: ...ght|thumb|300px|The bridges of Florence at sunset from Piazzale Michelangelo]]
    17: ...[[Byzantine]], [[Ostrogothic]], [[Lombard]] and [[Frankish rule]], during which the population may hav...
    19: Reviving from the 10th century and governed from [[1115]] by an autonomous commune, the city was...
    23: ...the city from behind the scenes, his power coming from a vast [[patronage]] network and his alliance t...
    28: ...later a [[Duchy of Lucca|Duchy]]) was independent from Florence in all Tuscany.

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