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Published on Feb 11, 2014

Will it sink or float? Some objects are less dense that others, which causes them to sink or float. Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are denser than Neptune, Jupiter, Uranus, and Saturn, so if dropped in water would Mercury sink and Neptune float? So many questions, and we're not sure we have a big enough container to try. Follow along with the experiment in this video at home and share your results with us #Science4Everyone http://ow.ly/tw7PW

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