Download Jeopardy

Survey
yes no Was this document useful for you?
   Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Document related concepts

Orrery wikipedia, lookup

History of Solar System formation and evolution hypotheses wikipedia, lookup

Cosmic distance ladder wikipedia, lookup

Aquarius (constellation) wikipedia, lookup

Ursa Minor wikipedia, lookup

Corvus (constellation) wikipedia, lookup

Astronomical unit wikipedia, lookup

Perseus (constellation) wikipedia, lookup

Cygnus (constellation) wikipedia, lookup

Timeline of astronomy wikipedia, lookup

Observational astronomy wikipedia, lookup

Lyra wikipedia, lookup

Tropical year wikipedia, lookup

International Ultraviolet Explorer wikipedia, lookup

Extraterrestrial life wikipedia, lookup

Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems wikipedia, lookup

Formation and evolution of the Solar System wikipedia, lookup

Planetary habitability wikipedia, lookup

Rare Earth hypothesis wikipedia, lookup

Geocentric model wikipedia, lookup

CoRoT wikipedia, lookup

Copernican heliocentrism wikipedia, lookup

First observation of gravitational waves wikipedia, lookup

Ursa Major wikipedia, lookup

Stellar evolution wikipedia, lookup

Star formation wikipedia, lookup

Standard solar model wikipedia, lookup

Type II supernova wikipedia, lookup

Stellar kinematics wikipedia, lookup

Future of an expanding universe wikipedia, lookup

Dyson sphere wikipedia, lookup

Theoretical astronomy wikipedia, lookup

Malmquist bias wikipedia, lookup

Transcript
Hosted by:

Celestial
Bodies
Light Years &
More
H-R
Diagram
Mystery
100
100
100
100
200
200
200
200
300
300
300
300
400
400
400
400
500
500
500
500
The mass of the objects & the distance between them
The gravitational force between
objects in our solar system
depend on what 2 things?
Row 1, Col 1
25.05 years
Vega is 25.05 light years from
the Earth.
How long would it take
light from Vega to reach
the Earth?
1,2
White Dwarf
Which type of star has a low
luminosity and high surface
temperature?
1,3
Johannes Kepler
Developed the 3 Laws
of Planetary Motion
1,4
Milky Way galaxy
The Earth belongs to which galaxy?
2,1
Wave frequency
What is the difference between
a red shift and a blue shift?
2,2
Main sequence, medium temperature, medium brightness
Describe the Sun as to
its position on the H-R diagram.
2 WAYS!
2,3
Nicholas Copernicus
Proposed the Heliocentric
(Sun-Centered) Model
of the Solar System
2,4
Main Sequence
Most stars belong to
which life cycle stage?
3,1
Cool Main Sequence
On the H-R Diagram which stars
have the lowest luminosity?
3,3
Distance
A light year is a
measurement of _?_
3,2
The sun is average in size, average in mass, average
in temperature
Give 2 reasons why the
Sun is considered an
AVERAGE STAR
3,4
Mass and Distance from Earth
The brightness of a star
depends on what two factors?
4,1
Speed of Light 300,000 km/sec
How fast does a Gamma ray travel?
4,2
Main Sequence Blue
Which star group on the
H-R is high in
luminosity and high
in temperature
4,3
Temperature
The color of a star is
determined by ___
4,4
Nebula
Gaseous birth place of a star
5,1
Sound waves need a medium to travel through
What is the difference in travel
between sound waves
and visible light waves?
5,2
The Universe is expanding…moving outward.
Most of the stars’ light is
in red shift. Why?
5,3
Red Giant then White Dwarf
What are the next two star
stages in the life cycle of the Sun?
5,4
Bonus – Lose all points if
incorrect
0.5 points if correct
What is the name leprechaun at the end of
the rainbow?
ROY G BIV