Greenland, on April 10; and Iceland, on July 7.
2. Mars, which is
named for the Roman god of war. Its moons are Phobos (fear)
and Deimos (terror). In Greek mythology, they were the evil
twin sons of Area, the Greek counterpart of Mars.
3. The 1969 film
Chastity, in which she had the title role. The film
was written and produced by Cher's then-husband, Sonny Bono.
4. The runners on
the team's bobsled were too warm--they exceeded the allowable
temperature by 0.9 degrees Celsius.
5. A single dot is
the letter e; a single dash, t.