what astronomical bodies would most likely be the largest?
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ITS THE SUN
We would all die because without water, our bodies would dehydrate (i think that how you spell it) and our bodies would shrivle up and explode... :)
Well, it depends what animal alot of animals like bears will makes burrows in woody places
We can use miles or kilometers to measure both the planets size and their distance from each other and the sun. Their distances from the sun can be hundreds of million km or even billions of km for the outer planets, so it can be useful to use astronomical units instead, where 1 AU (astronomical unit ) is equal to the earth - sun distance.
The Pacific Ocean & the Atlantic Ocean.
There is no item on the list of choices that you posted with your question that would be likely to do that.
There are dead bodies in a graveyard.The largest bodies of water in the US are the Great Lakes.
of all the minor bodies of the solar system, the largest fragments of rock are called asteroids, so yeah. Of course, we have the "dwarf planets" now. They would be the answer, if you call them minor bodies
The cost of space travel is still astronomical. A telescope is used for astronomical sightings.
Infections, cancer, foreign bodies, sometimes itself.
They would probably have crossed the Atlantic Ocean.
Portugal is a coastal country with a few bodies of water. The largest bodies of water would be the coastline or the river Douro.
It would most likely be Jamestown or a large Indian Camp
Assuming that this was a lawful exhumation - if they aren't being re-interred they would most likely be cremated.
mountains, bodies of water, national parks.
what is Canada's largest body of water
I would have to say chicago, but its most likely New York. Michael W.