Astronomy 4: Question Preview (ID: 3315)


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Huge, low density planets
a) Gaseous Planets b) Rocky Planets c) Dusty Planets d) Dwarf Planets
Large chunk of ice, dust, frozen gases, and rock that orbits the sun.
a) Asteroid b) Comet c) Meteorite d) Meteor
Large chunk of rock, smaller than a planet that orbits the sun.
a) meteor b) meteoroid c) asteroid d) moon
A meteoroid in Earth's atmosphere
a) meteorite b) comet c) terrestrial d) meteor
the birthplace of comets
a) Pluto b) Oort Cloud c) Asteroid belt d) Charon
the formula for eccentricity
a) e=d/L b) e=L/d c) d=e/L d) L=d/e
the four parts of a comet are: nucleus, ion tail, dust tail, and ____
a) head b) ice c) coma d) none of the above
the proper term for a shooting star
a) Meteor b) Meteoroid c) Meteorite d) comet
Which planet has the great dark spot
a) Venus b) Jupiter c) Saturn d) Uranus
The planet that formed differently from the others
a) Earth b) Jupiter c) Saturn d) Pluto
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