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Jupiter's Great Red Spot is a
a) crater b) valley c) sun d) raging storm
Impact craters are caused by
a) collisions with objects in space b) passing close to another object c) interference with a satellite signal d) stars shooting through the sky
How long would a star with the sun's mass stay on the main sequence?
a) 5 Million Years b) 10 Million Years c) 5 Billion Years d) 10 Billion Years
If it is Monday west of the International Date Line, what day is it east of the line?
a) Sunday b) Monday c) Tuesday d) Saturday
How do stars with a negative number for their apparent magnitudes compare to stars with a positive number for their apparent magnitudes?
a) They appear duller in the sky b) They do not appear in the sky c) They become shooting stars d) They appear brighter in the sky.
An example of a transform boundary is
a) Applachain Mountain Chain b) Pine Creek Gorge c) Pigeon Hills d) San Andreas Fault in California
The Himalaya Mountains were foromed in a collision at a
a) divergent boundary b) melding c) convergent boundary d) explosion
The event which began the universe was the
a) one cell division b) the Big Bang c) an ocean exploded d) the caveman lit a fire
An example of a divergent boundary is
a) the sea between the Arabian Peninsula and Africa b) the sea between Mexico and the US c) the sea between Africa and Asia d) The sea between Australia and South
Earth's circumference in about 40,000km, and its shape is
a) square b) triangular c) an oblate spheroid d) a circle
An elliptical galaxy
a) contains few young stars, has little dust and gas, and is elongated b) contains thousands of stars, has a lot of dust and gas and is square c) contains millions of young stars, has a lot of dust and gas, and is elongated d) is empty
Earth scientists help us understand our world by explaining
a) Earth's future b) Earth's history and our place in the universe c) the universe d) only the universe
Earth science is the scientific study of
a) the moon b) the earth c) Earth and its universe d) the sun
Earth Science assumes that the causes of natural phenomena
a) can be understood through careful observation b) cannot be understood through careful observation c) can be understood through guesses d) can be understood through wishing
A larget, bright star whose hot core has used most of its hydrogen is a
a) miniature b) Giant c) twin d) triplets
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