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I Am Bright

Hint:
A star
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Seen In The Sky

Hint:
Stars
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Coming Out At Night

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Stars
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A Living Rock Riddle

Hint:
Earth
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From The Sun And The Moon Riddle

Hint:
They are the origins of the names of each day of the week.

Sunday Sun day.
Monday Moon day.
Tuesday Tiws or T�rs day, the god of single combat, son of Odin.
Wednesday Wodens or Odins day, god of poetry and of the dead.
Thursday Thors day, god of thunder, son of Odin.
Friday Friggs day, goddess of the clouds, wife of Odin.
Saturday Saturns day, god of fertility and agriculture.
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The Hottest Body Riddle

Hint:
I am the sun
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Sun, Planet Or Moon Riddle

Hint: Read it again closely, because there is a clue!
The Sun!
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The Earth's Closets Star

Hint:
The sun
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The Red Planet Riddle

Hint:
Mars Bar
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Closest To The Sun Riddle

Hint:
Mercury
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Mother From A Family Of Eight Riddle

Hint: She's not human
Mother Earth. The family of eight references the 8 planets. Her children being the population of the world. Earth is constantly spinning on its axis and we've all been on this planet since birth unless you're from another world.
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27 Days Riddle

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The moon. Even though the true moon cycle is about 29.5 days, it takes 27 days, 7 hours, and 43 minutes for our Moon to complete one full orbit around Earth. Thus you can see the full moon every 27 days or you can moon yourself every day in the mirror. Not that youd want to. Does anyone moon themselves? Cant say as Ive ever had the pleasure.
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Full And Blue Riddle

Hint:
The moon
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Third Closest To The Sun Riddle

Hint:
Earth
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Soil And Sand Riddle

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Earth
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