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TABLE OF CONTENTS ISSUE 2010.46

OUR SOLAR SYSTEM pages 1-4

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by Rick Dandes NATIONAL BOSS DAY by Stanley Drummond

Ever since the dawn of man, there has been a Bosses are people, (Really!) And every fascination with thetoo. stars. But it wasn’t until year the on October 16, America pays tribute to them. invention of the telescope that a true mapping of sky began. Of course •theActually, National Bossnow, Day with was space-age created in telescopes onsecretary deep-space probes, we 1958 by mounted an Illinois named Patricia know a lot more about the universe. Take a jourHaroski. She chose October 16 because it was ney spacebirthday. with Tidbits, as wealso explore the herinto father’s Her father happened wonders of our own solar system. to be her boss at the time. Nevertheless, she felt that bosses in general were underappreciated, and registered the date with the U.S. Chamber • How old is our solar system? About 4.6 billion years old, giveasorantake a few million years. of Commerce official observance. the Earth is constantly • Since Interestingly enough, a 2005resurfacing survey doneitself, by an we can’t determine exactly how old it is firm by international human resources consulting examining the surface, but there’s another revealed that the majority of employees would way to find out. Meteorites, which date back not trade places with their boss. The primary to the formation of the solar system, have reason given was the change that would result been raining down on Earth for millions of between them and their co-workers. They could years. Scientists have sampled meteorites and no longer ignore or laugh at any slackers in their learned that they’re all about 4.6 billion years department; they’d be responsible for any poor old. That means that everything in the solar performers. system formed around the same time. •• Until Hallmark started selling Boss around Day cards the telescope was invented 1608,in 1979. While used they their don’tnaked revealeyes, actual sales sky watchers careful figures, they do disclose that the “holiday” record keeping and basic mathematics to helpis poised to break into list of top 10 card-sendthem understand the the heavens. ing events within the next few years. turn the page for more! turn the page for more!

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• SOLAR SYSTEM (continued): • Examples of ancient Rome’s contribution to space science are the names of the planets. The association of certain planets with certain attributes of gods or goddesses harkens back to the Sumerians, but Roman names were directly appropriated. Examples are Mercury, Venus, Mars and Saturn. • Our solar system only has eight planets. Not the nine planets you grew up with. That’s because the International Astronomical Union reclassified Pluto as a dwarf planet in 2006. • To qualify as a planet, an object needs to orbit the sun, have enough mass to pull itself into a spherical shape, and have cleared out its orbit of other material. It’s this third requirement that Pluto hasn’t fulfilled. Pluto is a fraction of the mass in its orbit, while the other planets are millions of times more massive than everything else in their orbits. • Pluto may have been downgraded from planet to dwarf planet, but guess what? It’s not the only dwarf planet found in our solar system. Three others have been discovered: Ceres, Eris and Makemake. Dwarf planets are objects that orbit the sun and have enough mass to form a sphere, but they share their orbit with other objects. As telescopes improve, more dwarf planets will probably be discovered. There might eventually be more dwarf planets than planets. •

Unlike Earth, Saturn is made mostly of hydrogen and helium, so its density is only 0.13 that of Earth. While it has heavier materials in the core, it is the only planet in the solar system that is less dense than water.

• Titan is the largest of Saturn’s moons. It is the second largest moon in the solar system. In fact, it is larger than both Mercury and Pluto.

Unlike Earth, Saturn is made mostly of hydrogen and helium, so its density is only 0.13 thatQuarter of Earth. While it has heavier materials in 4th 2010 the core, it is the only planet in the solar system thatWeek is less46dense than water. Nov 7- Nov 13 • Titan is the largest of Saturn’s moons. It is the Pagelargest 2 second moon in the solar system. In

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fact, itSOLAR is largerSYSTEM than both(continued): Mercury and Pluto.

• Scientists are particularly interested in Titan because it’s one of the few known moons with its own dense atmosphere. Titan’s atmosphere is also thought to be very similar to what Earth’s atmosphere was a long time ago. By learning about Titan, we’ll learn about our own planet. • Saturn’s moon Hyperion is shaped sort of like a hamburger patty and rotates chaotically, probably due to a recent collision. • The asteroid belt lies between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Sometimes called minor planets, asteroids are rocky objects that are the remnants of the solar system when it formed. Over 90,000 asteroids of various sizes have been found by scientists. • Often referred to as the “final frontier” of the solar system, the Kuiper Belt, which is a discshaped area made up of icy debris, is located at a distance of 7.5- 9.3 billion miles (12 -15 billion kilometers) from the sun. • Ancient astronomers used to think the Earth was the center of the universe. It wasn’t until the 16th century that Nicolaus Copernicus first presented the idea that the sun was at the center, not the Earth. • All the objects in the solar system orbit the sun in a counter-clockwise direction. This matches the theory that the solar system formed all at once from a cool cloud of hydrogen. As the gas came together, it began to spin, so that the sun collected in the middle, surrounded by an accretion disk of gas and dust. All the planets and other material in the solar system formed within this rotating disk. • Our sun is a typical star, middling in size, but big enough to burn steadily for 10 billion years.

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SOLAR SYSTEM (continued): • The sun contains 99.8 percent of the mass in the solar system. And the sun is approximately 72 percent hydrogen, so most of the matter in the solar system is hydrogen, with the remaining amount being mostly helium, oxygen and carbon. Everything 4th Quarter 2010else, like metals and rocks, is just a tiny fraction of a fraction of the solar Week 46 system’s mass. • How is our13sun? It has a diameter of Nov big 7 - Nov 864,000 miles (1,391,000 kilometers), and Page more than one3million Earths could fit into the sun. It is located 93 million miles (150 million kilometers) from Earth. • The heat the sun gives us derives from nuclear fusion at its core. • There are only a few stars within 10 light-years of our sun. The closest Proxima Centauri, 4.2 light-years away. Barnard’s Star is 5.9 lightyears away; Wolf 359 is 7.8 light-years away; Lalande 21185 is 8.3 light-years away; Sirius is 8.6 light-years away; Luyten 726-8 is 8.7 light-years away; and finally Ross 154 is 9.7 light-years away. • The sun is just one star in 200 billion in our galaxy, the Milky Way. Doesn’t that give you perspective? Our world is just one planet orbiting one star in a galaxy of 200 billion stars. • So, are we alone? Astronomers now estimate that the universe contains roughly trillions of stars organized into billions of galaxies. • Spacecraft from Earth have visited or orbited every planet in the solar system, and more are on their way to visit some of the dwarf planets. Man has explored the sun, the moon and many asteroids. And now some of the oldest spacecraft still active — NASA’s Voyager spacecrafts — have almost reached the sun’s heliosphere.

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1. At 3,031 miles in diameter, this is the smallest planet in our solar system. It’s slightly larger than Earth’s moon.

1. This planet was found in 1930 and demoted from planet status to “icy dwarf” in 2006. Name it. 2. This planet has over 60 moons; four are the size of small planets. 3. This planet is our closest neighbor, next to Venus and is very similar to Earth. For example, it rotates on its axis every 24.6 hours. Name this neighboring planet. 4. Discovered in 1781 by British astronomer William Herschel, this world is now known as one of the ice giant planets because it contains large amounts of icy methane and water.

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Ice giants Uranus and Neptune are the most distant planets in the primary solar family, and the only major planets discovered in modern times. Both are considered giant planets, but they are much smaller than Jupiter and Saturn. Uranus has about 63 times the volume of Earth and Neptune 58. That’s big, but nothing compared to Jupiter, which could hold 1,300 Earths.

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Television Quiz Shows Television quiz shows have been around as long as television itself. Actually, quiz shows pre-date TV and were a popular form of entertainment on radio. • “Major Bowes’ Original Amateur Hour” was one of the first national radio programs to feature contestants competing for prizes. Other early radio quiz shows included “Professor Quiz” (CBS 1936), which awarded $25 cash prizes to anyone who could stump the professor. A large number of quiz shows appeared on radio in 1937 and 1938. “Pot ‘O Gold” (NBC 1939) gave $1,000 to anyone who answered a telephone call during the show. • The 1954 Supreme Court ruling in Federal Communications Commission v. American Broadcasting Co., Inc. 347 U.S. 284, said that quiz shows were not a form of gambling. This paved the way for their introduction to television. • On June 7, 1955. CBS TV premiered “The $64,000 Question,” the biggest jackpot program in radio-TV history up to that time. With host Hal March, the Tuesday night program drew an amazing 84.8 percent share of the TV audience, a feat unheard of these days. Marine Captain Richard S. McCutchen became a national celebrity as an expert on cooking. Joyce Brothers would star as an expert on boxing. •

Herb Stempel’s scripted loss on “TwentyOne” to the more-popular Charles Van Doren occurred on December 5, 1956, and involved his deliberately getting the answer to a question about an Academy Award-winning movie wrong. (The correct answer was “Marty,” one of Stempel’s favorite movies.)

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padlock in the corner of the screen, and use a different sign-in name and password for each site where you make purchases. Look for sellers who have a contact phone number and call instead, if possible. • Don't let mail stay overnight in the box outside your house. Some scammers will go for full identity theft at this time of the year, and your mailbox can provide lots of information. A credit-card statement will tell them a lot about you: your name, address, what kind of balance you keep, the account number and the credit availability. With that information, they can order more cards in your name. David Uffington regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Write to him in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to columnreply@gmail.com. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.

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