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Space Review

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  • Q1
    Which of the following is true about comets and meteors?
    They are made of rock
    They become asteroids
    They are made of ice
    They are made of metal
  • Q2
    The image above represents which of Kepler's Laws?
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  • Q3
    According to Kepler's 3rd Law...
    the farther a planet is away from the sun, the longer it takes a planet to complete one revolution
    all planets travel in a circle
    all planet's travel in an ellipse
    planet's travel faster when closer to the sun
  • Q4
    Which of the following incorrectly describes the Oort Cloud?
    natural satellite
    icy shell around the solar system
    3 parts: inner, outer and planetary region
    origin of most long term comets
  • Q5
    Which of the following does not affect the shape of an Analemma Calendar?
    the change in the Earth's obrital velocity
    the size of the Earth
    the shape of Earth's orbit
    the tilt of the Earth
  • Q6
    Which of the following correctly compares and contrasts celestial bodies?
    The Earth and Venus are both natural satellites, but Venus has an inverted axis
    Comets and asteroids are both made of rock, but asteroids have 3 parts
    The sun and asteroids are both natural satellites, but the sun is much larger
    The Oort Cloud and comets are both made of ice, but the Oort cloud is a natural satellite
  • Q7
    Which of the following is not evidence for the most accepted theory of the solar system?
    Due to their high boiling point, planets near the sun are mostly made of metal
    All planets rotate in the same direction
    Scientists can view solar systems forming throughout the universe using telescopes
    Like the sun, the innermost planets are largely composed of hydrogen
  • Q8
    Which of the following is the most accepted theory of solar system formation?
    Kepler Theory
    Nebular Theory
    Big Bang Theory
    Capture Theory
  • Q9
    Which of the following explains how Newton's 1st Law of Motion and Kepler's First Law of Planetary Motion are similar?
    Due to inertia planets want to travel in a straight line, but the gravity of the sun and the other foci in the solar system cause planets to travel in an ellipse
    The farther away a planet is from the sun, the less gravity will affect the planet, so planets farther away orbit more slowly
    Due to inertia, planets want to travel in a straight line, but the force of gravity is less the farther a planet is away, so the slower a planet will orbit
  • Q10
    Which of the following is not evidence for the Big Bang Theory?
    blue shift
    red shift
    Hubble's Law
  • Q11
    Which of the following is not part of a low mass star's evolution?
    white dwarf
    stellar nebula
    planetary nebula
    black hole
  • Q12
    Which type of stars are extremely bright, but have a low temperature?
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    main sequence stars
    white dwarfs
    red giants
  • Q13
    Which of the following statements correctly explains where nuclear fusion occurs?
    Nuclear fusion of smaller elements occur in supernovas. Larger elements are formed on Earth.
    Nuclear fusion of larger elements occur in supergiants. Smaller elements are formed in nebulaes
    Nuclear fusion of elements smaller than iron occurs in the core of stars. Larger elements are formed in supernovas.

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