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Does planet mercury have comets?


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2010-04-27 23:19:08
2010-04-27 23:19:08

comets crash into all planets!

Planets don't have comets. Planets have moons. Comets orbit the sun

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There are no known asteroids or comets that have impacted Mercury.

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the planet Mercury is named after the god... Mercury!

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The planet after Mercury would be Venus. Venus is an inner planet.

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