Assignment #9

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Question #1. Review the interactive titled “Our Solar System” located at http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/index.cfm (Links to an external site.). Pick two planets from our solar system. Compare and contrast the two planets in terms of composition, location, environment, and potential to harbor life.

Question #2. Watch the video titled "Sun 101" (3 min 22 sec). Video Source: WGBH (2013). Sun 101 [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/labs/lab/sun/1/1 (Links to an external site.)/. Analyze the processes that occur in each layer of the sun, and how researchers study these layers using indirect methods.


 You are required to respond to the assignment question posted above with no less than 150 words and  make at least two comments on the responses posted by you classmates with a minimum of 50 words. Make sure you design your response with your own words. Your responses to your classmates must be of substance; not just “I agree” or “Good Post.” The purpose of the responses is to convert the discussion forum into a quality academic environment through which you improve your knowledge and understanding. Read and review all assigned course materials and chapters before you start working on your assignments.  

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      EACH QUESTION ANSWER SHOULD BE 150 words


      Question #1. Review the interactive titled “Our Solar System” located at http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/index.cfm(Links to an …