According to the International Astronomical Union, which of the following is not a criterion for an object to be classified as a planet? Select all that apply. the object must orbit the Sunthe object must be in orbit with objects that are larger in size and massthe object must be large enough for gravity to shape it into a round ballthe object must have at least two moons

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All of the following choices are conditions to state that a planet is a planet EXCEPT: the object must have at least two moons. Planets are celestial bodies that orbit a particular light source and is in consonant movement with other bodies in a particular location in the Universe. Scientists spend great deals of time and effort to discover how these planets behave and whether it can sustain life. 

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