answer the following questions in a paragraph. label them by the number please,

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answer the following questions in a paragraph. label them by the number please, does not need more than one paragraph for each. Question 1: There is no discernible surface for any of the gas giants. Even the existence of a solid core does not indicate that there is a “surface” to stand on. The question here then becomes why such a difference between the inner rock planets and the outer gas giants? Why is it that the gas giants have such large atmospheres while the inner planets like Earth do not? What do the interiors of Jupiter and Saturn look like for example? How do scientists learn about planetary interiors? Question 2: What’s the difference between an asteroid, a meteor, and a meteorite? Has one of these objects ever landed on a person?! How common are these impacts and why does the Earth exhibit so few craters when compared to other rocky solar system bodies? Question 3: The Sun goes through 11 year cycle of activity. This activity is most easily determined by monitoring Sunspot activity. A large number of sun spots correspond to high solar activity. You can see a chart of the current activity here: https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/products/solar-cycle-progression Clearly the Sun’s activity can have profound effects on the climate of the Earth. The Maunder minimum was period of low solar activity. This lead to a global cooling of the Earth. During the Little Ice Age, access to Greenland was largely cut off by ice from the early 1400’s to the mid 1700’s. Canals in Holland routinely froze solid, glaciers advanced in the Alps, and sea-ice increased so much that no open water was present in any direction around Iceland in 1695. Today we see that the Earth is warming even when the Sun is at a minimum of activity. What impacts do we experience here at Earth currently as a result of solar activity?

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