Asteroids

Most asteroids orbit the sun in the?

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2012-03-19 10:39:51
2012-03-19 10:39:51

Actually there are an place of Asteroids.

Sun

Mercury

Venus

Earth

Mars

ASTEROID Belt.

So why I capitalized the word ASTEROID on ASTEROID Belt.

Because this Belt is full of Asteroids

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