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Astronomy Unit Test Jeopardy
$100
$200
$300
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Daily Double
Earth
Earth
Earth
Earth
Earth
Moon
Moon
Moon
Moon
Moon
Galaxies
Galaxies
Galaxies
Galaxies
Galaxies
Sun
Sun
Sun
Sun
Sun
Stars
Stars
Stars
Stars
Stars
Orbits
Orbits
Orbits
Orbits
Orbit
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
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Earth – $100
Earth rotates once every ___
24 hours
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Earth – $200
Earth revolves around the ___ and takes ___
Sun…..365days(year)
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Earth – $300
Why does Earth have seasons?
The tilt of the Earth causes the sun’s light to
hit different regions at different angles
during different times of the year
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Earth – $400
Earth is tilted at what angle?
23.5 degrees
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Earth – DAILY DOUBLE!!
Describe why there are tides on Earth?
Moon’s gravitational pull as it revolves
around Earth
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Moon – $100
What causes the phases of the moon?
The change of the
amount of the lit surface
that we can see
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Moon – $200
The moon’s rotation is equal to its ___,
so we always see the same side of the
moon from Earth
Revolution
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Moon – $300
What is a solar eclipse?
Sun, moon, Earth are aligned so the moon
blocks out the sun
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Moon – $400
What is a lunar eclipse?
Sun, Earth, and moon are aligned so the
Earth’s shadow covers the moon
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Moon – DAILY DOUBLE!!
How large is the moon compared to Earth?
About ¼ the diameter of Earth
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Galaxies – $100
Earth is in what galaxy?
The Milky Way
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Galaxies – $200
What type of galaxy is this:
Spiral
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Galaxies – $300
What type of galaxy is this:
Elliptical
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Galaxies – $400
What type of galaxy is this:
Irregular
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Galaxies – DAILY DOUBLE!!
Where are stars born?
Nebula
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Sun – $100
What type of star is the sun?
Yellow, medium mass
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Sun – $200
How does the sun produce energy?
Nuclear Fusion
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Sun – $300
What is a solar prominence?
A looping burst that
connects 2 sunspots
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Sun – $400
What is a solar flare?
Eruptions of gas from
the sun’s surface
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Sun – DAILY DOUBLE!
Name the layers of the sun
starting with the core
(Inner) Core,Radiation zone, convection zone
(Surface) Photosphere, chromosphere, corona
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Stars – $100
How are stars classified?
Magnitude
Color
Size
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Stars – $200
What are most stars composed of?
Hydrogen and Helium
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Stars – $300
What do spectrographs
tell us about stars?
Chemical composition
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Stars – $400
What color are the hottest stars?
What color are the coolest stars?
Blue
Red
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Stars – DAILY DOUBLE!
Describe what this is and how it works:
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Orbits – $100
Where are asteroids found?
Asteroid belt is between
Mars and Jupiter
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Orbits – $200
What 2 forces keep planets in orbit?
Gravity
and Inertia
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Orbits – $300
Describe the inner planets
Rocky surfaces
and smaller than
the outer planets
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Orbits – $400
Describe the outer planets
Large and gaseous
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Orbits – DAILY DOUBLE!!
What are comets and
describe their orbit
Densely packed rock and ice formations
Orbit is an ellipse shape
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Miscellaneous – $100
What is a light-year?
The distance light travels in a year
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What is an AU?
Astronomical unit – distance from Earth to the
sun (93 million miles or 150 million km)
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How was the moon formed?
Planet size object hit Earth
and ejected debris combined
together to form moon
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What is solar wind?
Electrically charged
particles from
the Corona
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How are auroras formed?
Solar wind comes in contact with Earth’s
magnetosphere resulting in bright glowing
colors at the poles
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