6th Grade GREEN And BLUE Sections: Electromagnetic Spectrum Telescopes Review: Question Preview (ID: 23162)


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What year was the telescope invented?
a) 1906 b) 1779 c) 1608 d) 1961
Who is credited for inventing the telescope?
a) Copernicus b) John F. Kennedy c) Sir Isaac Newton d) Galileo Galilei
Who invented the reflective telescope?
a) Copernicus b) John F. Kennedy c) Sir Isaac Newton d) Galileo Galilei
A reflective telescope uses
a) lenses to help objects appear to be closer b) mirrors to help objects appear to be closer c) prisms to break the light from stars into a band of colors d) radiowaves to help objects appear to be closer
A refractive telescope uses
a) lenses to help objects appear to be closer b) mirrors to help objects appear to be closer c) prisms to break the light from stars into a band of colors d) radiowaves to help objects appear to be closer
Optical telescopes uses which wave of the electromagnetic spectrum?
a) Radiowaves b) Gamma Rays c) Ultra-violet Radiation d) Visible Light
Reflective and Refractive telescopes are examples of which type of telescope?
a) Radio Telescope b) Gamma Ray Telescope c) Ultraviolet Light Telescope d) Optical Telescope
Why are many large observatories found on mountaintops?
a) They are near city lights and you need light in order to see. b) The skies are clearer and the skies are not brightened by city lights. Therefore it is easier to see the stars. c) It is easier to build observatories on mountaintops. d) There aren't that many people around, so astronomers don't have to deal with people trying to break into the observatories.
The Hubble, the Spitzer, and the Chandra X-ray Observatory are examples of
a) observatories found in mountains. b) different types of waves of the electromagnetic spectrum. c) different space telescopes. d) places astronauts have visited.
In order from longest wavelength to shortest wavelength, the waves of the electromagnetic spectrum are
a) Radiowaves, infrared radiation, visible light, microwaves, x-rays, gamma rays, ultra-violet b) Radiowaves, microwaves, infrared radiation, visible light, ultra-violet, x-rays, gamma rays c) Radiowaves, microwaves, visible light, infrared radiation, ultra-violet, x-rays, gamma rays d) Radiowaves, microwaves, gamma rays, x-rays, visible light, infrared radiation, ultra-violet
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