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What's a major difference between elliptical and spiral galaxies?
a) Elliptical galaxies have almost no gas or dust between the stars b) Elliptical galaxies vary more in shape than spiral galaxies c) Spiral galaxies have almost no gas or dust between the stars d) Spiral galaxies contain only old stars
The Hertzsprung-Russell diagram shows that main sequence stars
a) increase in brightness as they increase in tempreature b) decrease in brightness as they increase in temperature c) decrease in brightness as they decrease in temperature d) are mostly hot and dim
When nuclear fusion stars what is born?
a) Star b) Planet c) Galaxy d) Atmosphere
The size, brightness, and temperature are used to classify what?
a) Stars b) Planets c) Galaxies d) Atmospheres
What states that the farther away a galaxy is the faster it is moving away from us?
a) Hubble's Law b) Armstrong's Law c) Nesvik's Law d) Scientists Law
When a high mass stars dies it goes to what?
a) Supernova b) White Dwarf c) Red Dwarf d) Neutron Star
According to scientists the big bang happened how long ago?
a) 13.7 billion years b) 20 billion years c) 50 billion years d) 100 billion years
Compared to visible light waves what type of wavelengths do radio waves have?
a) longer wavelengths b) shorter wavelengths c) there is no different d) similar wavelengths
Stars with less mass will
a) last longer than stars with more mass. b) last less than stars with more mass. c) last the same amount as stars with more mass. d) there is no change.
What galaxy is the sun apart of?
a) Spiral b) Elliptical c) Sphere d) Milky Way
Two stars can create what?
a) Star System b) Light Year c) Supernova d) Light
A supergiant moves to a supernova, then it forms what?
a) Neutron Star or Black Hole b) Blue Supergiant c) White Dwarf d) Red Dwarf
When will stars form a black hole?
a) Only when the mass is 10 times the mass of the sun b) Only when the mass is smaller than the sun c) Only when the mass is larger than the sun d) Only when the mass is as large as the sun
What is a reflecting telescope?
a) A telescope uses a mirror instead of a large lens. b) A telescope that uses convex lenses to collect and focus light. c) A telescope that sees stars d) A telescope that sees planets
What is the apparent change in position of an object when you look at it from different places?
a) Parallax b) Light Years c) Neutron Star d) Telescope
What is a refracting telescope?
a) A telescope that uses convex lenses to collect and focus light. b) A telescope uses a mirror instead of a large lens. c) A telescope that sees stars d) A telescope that sees planets
What is the brightness of a star if it were a standard distance from Earth?
a) Absolute brightness b) Apparent Brightness c) Low Brightness d) Shimmering
What is the brightness of a star as it appears from Earth?
a) Apparent Brightness b) Absolute Brightness c) Shimmering d) Low Brightness
Stars that are dimmer at regular intervals can be identified as what?
a) Eclipsing binary stars b) Neutron stars c) White Dwarf Stars d) Red Dwarf Stars
When a star moves very slightly back and forth what could be near it?
a) A planet b) A galaxy c) Another star d) A sun
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