Simple Examples:

  • does mars spin
  • who discovered ganymede
  • does earth spin and orbit the sun
  • which moons that were discovered by hall orbit mars
  • who discovered a moon that orbits mars
  • did hall discover every moon that orbits mars
  • how many moons were discovered by hall and kuiper
  • how many moons were discovered by hall or kuiper
  • every moon was discovered by a person
  • which planets are orbited by a moon that was discovered by galileo
  • which moons were discovered by nobody
  • hall discovered a moon that orbits mars
  • which moons that orbit mars were discovered by hall
  • every moon orbits every planet
  • every planet is orbited by a moon
  • a planet is orbited by a moon
  • does phobos orbit mars
  • which moon was discovered by a person
  • when did hall or galileo discover something
  • where was a vacuumous moon that orbits a brown planet discovered
  • how was the thing that was discovered at flagstaff discovered
  • who discovered a moon with a telescope
  • one planet is orbited by two moons

Chained preposition examples (note that "by" is treated as a preposition):

  • where were the moons that were discovered by hall or kuiper in 1877 discovered
  • what was a thing discovered at mt_wilson in 1938
  • when was something discovered at mt_wilson
  • which vacuumous moon that orbits jupiter was discovered by nicholson or hall with a telescope in 1938 in mt_wilson or mt_hopkins
  • what was discovered in 1877 in us_naval_observatory
  • how many things were discovered in us_naval_observatory
  • which planets are orbited by two moons that were discovered with a telescope
  • what moon was discovered by one person in 1877
  • what planet is orbited by a moon that was discovered in 1684
  • what moon that orbits jupiter was discovered in 1951 by a person in mt_wilson
  • how many moons were discovered in 1938 by a person with a telescope

Superlative examples (where "most" is treated as "more than 50%" and "the most" is treated as "the most out of the result set"):

  • who discovered most moons that orbit mars
  • who discovered most moons
  • who discovered the most moons
  • who discovered the most moons using the most telescopes in the most places
  • most moons spin
  • who discovered the most moons that spin in 1877
  • hall discovered
  • who discovered the most vacuumous moons that orbit jupiter and were discovered by nicholson or hall with a telescope in 1938 in mt_wilson or mt_hopkins

Common nouns:

  • thing
  • things
  • planets
  • planet
  • person
  • sun
  • moon
  • moons
  • satellite
  • satellites
  • human
  • discoverer
  • discoverers
  • humans
  • people
  • telescope
  • telescopes
  • team
  • teams
  • spacecraft
  • spacecrafts
  • place
  • places

Transitive verbs:

  • discover
  • discovers
  • discovered
  • orbit
  • orbited
  • orbits

Intransitive verbs:

  • exist
  • exists
  • spin
  • spins
  • orbit
  • orbits

Linking verbs:

  • is
  • was
  • are
  • were

Determiners:

  • the
  • a
  • one
  • an
  • some
  • any
  • every
  • all
  • two

Relative Pronouns:

  • that
  • who
  • which

Joiners:

  • and
  • or

Question types:

  • does
  • did
  • do
  • what
  • who
  • which
  • what
  • where
  • when
  • how
  • howmany

Indefinite pronouns:

  • anyone
  • anything
  • anybody
  • someone
  • something
  • somebody
  • everyone
  • everything
  • everybody

Prepositions:

  • with
  • in
  • at
  • by
  • using

Planets:

  • earth
  • jupiter
  • mars
  • mercury
  • neptune
  • saturn
  • uranus
  • venus

Dwarf planets:

  • pluto

Moons:

  • adrastea
  • aegaeon
  • aegir
  • aitne
  • albiorix
  • almathea
  • ananke
  • anthe
  • aoede
  • arche
  • ariel
  • atlas
  • autonoe
  • bebhionn
  • belinda
  • bergelmir
  • bestla
  • bianca
  • caliban
  • callirrhoe
  • callisto
  • calypso
  • carme
  • carpo
  • chaldene
  • charon
  • cordelia
  • cressida
  • cupid
  • cyllene
  • daphnis
  • deimos
  • desdemona
  • despina
  • dione
  • elara
  • enceladus
  • epimetheus
  • erinome
  • erriapus
  • euanthe
  • eukelade
  • euporie
  • europa
  • eurydome
  • farbauti
  • fenrir
  • ferdinand
  • fornjot
  • francisco
  • galatea
  • ganymede
  • greip
  • halimede
  • harpalyke
  • hati
  • hegemone
  • helene
  • helike
  • hermippe
  • herse
  • himalia
  • hydra
  • hyperion
  • hyrrokkin
  • iapetus
  • ijiraq
  • io
  • iocaste
  • isonoe
  • janus
  • jarnsaxa
  • juliet
  • kale
  • kallichore
  • kalyke
  • kari
  • kerberos
  • kiviuq
  • kore
  • laomedeia
  • larissa
  • leda
  • loge
  • luna
  • lysithea
  • mab
  • margaret
  • megaclite
  • methone
  • metis
  • mimas
  • miranda
  • mneme
  • mundilfari
  • naiad
  • narvi
  • nereid
  • neso
  • nix
  • oberon
  • ophelia
  • orthosie
  • paaliaq
  • pallene
  • pan
  • pandora
  • pasiphae
  • pasithee
  • perdita
  • phobos
  • phoebe
  • polydeuces
  • portia
  • praxidike
  • prometheus
  • prospero
  • proteus
  • psamathe
  • puck
  • rhea
  • rosalind
  • sao
  • setebos
  • siarnaq
  • sinope
  • skathi
  • skoll
  • sponde
  • stephano
  • styx
  • surtur
  • suttungr
  • sycorax
  • tarqeq
  • tarvos
  • taygete
  • telesto
  • tethys
  • thalassa
  • thebe
  • thelxinoe
  • themisto
  • thrymr
  • thyone
  • titan
  • titania
  • trinculo
  • triton
  • umbriel
  • ymir

People:

  • allen
  • baum
  • bernard
  • bond
  • buie
  • burns
  • cassini
  • christy
  • currie
  • dollfus
  • fernandez
  • fountain
  • fraser
  • galileo
  • gehrels
  • gladman
  • gleason
  • grav
  • hall
  • hamilton
  • herschel
  • holman
  • huygens
  • jewitt
  • karkoschka
  • kavelaars
  • kleyna
  • kowal
  • kuiper
  • laques
  • larson
  • lassell
  • lecacheux
  • lissauer
  • magnier
  • marsden
  • mcmillan
  • melotte
  • merline
  • milisavljevic
  • montani
  • mutchler
  • nicholson
  • pascu
  • perrine
  • petit
  • pickering
  • reitsema
  • roemer
  • scholl
  • scotti
  • seidelmann
  • sheppard
  • showalter
  • smith
  • soummer
  • spahr
  • spencer
  • steffl
  • stern
  • throop
  • weaver
  • young_e_f
  • young_l_a

Suns:

  • sol

Adjectives:

  • atmospheric
  • blue
  • solid
  • brown
  • gaseous
  • green
  • red
  • ringed
  • vacuumous

Telescopes:

  • aerial_telescope_1
  • blanco_telescope
  • bruce_astrograph
  • canada-france-hawaii_telescope
  • cassegrain_telescope
  • crossley_reflector_telescope
  • galilean_telescope_1
  • ground_based_telescope_1
  • ground_based_telescope_2
  • ground_based_telescope_3
  • hale_telescope
  • hooker_telescope
  • hubble_space_telescope
  • reflector_telescope_1
  • reflector_telescope_2
  • reflector_telescope_3
  • reflector_telescope_4
  • refractor_telescope_1
  • refractor_telescope_2
  • refractor_telescope_3
  • refractor_telescope_4
  • schmidt_telescope
  • subaru_reflector_telescope
  • telescope_1

Places:

  • arequipa
  • cambridge
  • cerro_tololo
  • flagstaff
  • fort_davis
  • greenwich
  • kitt_peak
  • la_silla
  • liverpool
  • mauna_kea
  • mt_hamilton
  • mt_hopkins
  • mt_palomar
  • mt_wilson
  • padua
  • paris
  • pic_du_midi
  • slough
  • the_hague
  • us_naval_observatory

Years:

Any year between 1000 and 3000
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