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Space Quiz Review – Go to 2-103 Tomorrow
SC.8.E.5.1
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The distance that light travels in a
year is 9.5 trillion km. The
brightest star in the sky, Sirius, is
almost 9 light years away. How
long does it take light to travel
from Sirius to Earth?
Put the following in order
from closest to the Earth
to farthest away:
Sun, Andromeda Galaxy,
Constellation, Neptune
What is the difference
between a solar
system and a galaxy?
Approximately how
many stars are in each
galaxy and how many
galaxies are there in the
universe?
How do stars form?
What is the difference
between meteoroid,
meteor and meteorite?
What affects gravity?
What is the difference
between absolute and
apparent magnitude?
What 3 things affect
apparent magnitude?
What color star has the
lowest luminosity?
If two stars have the same
temperature, but star B has a
higher absolute magnitude,
what physical characteristic is
different about star B?
What color star is the
hottest and what color
star is the coolest?
Between which two
planets is the asteroid
belt located?