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Quiz Review - phases/tides/stars/H-R

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  • Q1
    What do our sun and the star Vega have in common?
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    both have the same magnitude
    both are part of the same solar system
    both are main sequence stars
    both have the same temperature
  • Q2
    Around 1910, two astronomers named Hertzsprung and Russell discovered a relationship that the stars in the main sequence have in common. What is this relationship?
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    stars with greater temperatures tend to have lower magnitudes
    stars with greater masses tend to have lower temperatures
    stars with greater magnitudes tend to have lower temperatues
    stars with greater magnitudes tend to have higher temperatures
  • Q3
    Nick's teacher explained that there are certain objects that most likely exist at the center of every galaxy. These objects are so dense that their gravitational fields suck everything in, including light. They form when a galxy or star collapses under the pull of its own gravity. Nick knows that these objects are called-
    blue giants
    black holes
  • Q4
    Which statement about the universe is correct?
    it is gradually getting smaller
    it is made up mostly of empty space
    it is known as the Milky Way
    it consist of one Sun, nice planets, and satellites
  • Q5
    What is the correct series of phases from a full moon to a new moon?
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    waxing gibbous, third quarter, waning crescent
    waxing gibbous, third quarter, waxing crescent
    waning gibbous, first quarter, waxing crescent
    Waning gibbous, third quarter, waning crescent

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