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The red planet.
a) Jupiter b) Mercury c) Mars d) Neptune
Developing star not yet hot enough to produce nuclear fusion
a) main sequence star b) red giant c) protostar d) supergiant
All stars regardless of their size will eventually run out of fuel and collapse due to gravity.
a) True b) False c) d)
Low and medium mass stars produce ________________ when they burnout and die.
a) white dwarfs b) neutron stars c) supernova d) black holes
Scientists have observed a blue shift in most galaxies in our universe, indicating the universe is getting smaller.
a) True b) False c) d)
Stars smaller and more massive than white dwarfs.
a) Neutron stars b) Red giants c) Protostars d) Main sequence stars
The innermost planet in the solar system.
a) Venus b) Mars c) Mercury d) Earth
Dense objects with gravity so strong that not even light can escape.
a) black holes b) neutron stars c) supernova d) nebula
The Milky Way is this type of galaxy.
a) Elliptical b) Spiral c) Irregular d)
Very massive stars produce supernova when they die.
a) True b) False c) d)
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