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  1. CRT Review3rd Quarter

  2. An astronomical unit is the average distance _____. • Between Mercury and the sun • Between Mercury and Pluto • Light travel in 1 minute • Between Earth and the sun

  3. An astronomical unit is the average distance _____. • Between Mercury and the sun • Between Mercury and Pluto • Light travel in 1 minute • Between Earth and the sun

  4. Distances between stars are usually measured in _____. • Light-minutes • Light-hours • Light-days • Light-years

  5. Distances between stars are usually measured in _____. • Light-minutes • Light-hours • Light-days • Light-years

  6. A comet’s tail always extends _____. • Towards the sun • Away from the sun • Towards the planet that it’s passing • Away from the planet it is passing

  7. A comet’s tail always extends _____. • Towards the sun • Away from the sun • Towards the planet that it’s passing • Away from the planet it is passing

  8. The majority of stars in our galaxy are _____. • Blue • White dwarfs • Main-sequence • Red giants

  9. The majority of stars in our galaxy are _____. • Blue • White dwarfs • Main-sequence • Red giants

  10. The H-R diagram has become a tool for studying the nature of stars because it shows how stars _____. • Are classified by temperature • Are classified by brightness • Change over time • All of the above

  11. The H-R diagram has become a tool for studying the nature of stars because it shows how stars _____. • Are classified by temperature • Are classified by brightness • Change over time • All of the above

  12. What type of galaxy are each?A – B – C –

  13. What type of galaxy are each?A – IrregularB – EllipticalC – Spiral

  14. In space, _____ are giant clouds of gas and Dust where stars are born. • Nebulas • Globular clusters • Open clusters • Quasars

  15. In space, _____ are giant clouds of gas and Dust where stars are born. • Nebulas • Globular clusters • Open clusters • Quasars

  16. Among the most distant objects are _____, which are among the most powerful energy sources in the universe. • Nebulas • Globular clusters • Open clusters • Quasars

  17. Among the most distant objects are _____, which are among the most powerful energy sources in the universe. • Nebulas • Globular clusters • Open clusters • Quasars

  18. A star is most likely born in a _____. • Globular cluster • Nebula • Black hole • Giant cluster of old stars

  19. A star is most likely born in a _____. • Globular cluster • Nebula • Black hole • Giant cluster of old stars

  20. Which of the following could be formed as a result of a supernova? • A black hole • A neutron star • A pulsar • All of the above

  21. Which of the following could be formed as a result of a supernova? • A black hole • A neutron star • A pulsar • All of the above

  22. A _____ forms when the leftovers of a supernova are so massive that they collapse to form a dense object with gravity so strong that light cannot escape it. • Black hole • Red giant • Quasar • Pulsar

  23. A _____ forms when the leftovers of a supernova are so massive that they collapse to form a dense object with gravity so strong that light cannot escape it. • Black hole • Red giant • Quasar • Pulsar

  24. GEO’s are better orbits for communications because satellites in GEO _____. • Remain in position over one spot • Are farther away from Earth’s surface • Do not revolve around the Earth • Are only a few hundred kilometers high

  25. GEO’s are better orbits for communications because satellites in GEO _____. • Remain in position over one spot • Are farther away from Earth’s surface • Do not revolve around the Earth • Are only a few hundred kilometers high

  26. _____ was formed in response to the alarm the United States felt over possible Soviet superiority in space. • NASA • Landsat • Geosynchronous orbit • The International Space Station

  27. _____ was formed in response to the alarm the United States felt over possible Soviet superiority in space. • NASA • Landsat • Geosynchronous orbit • The International Space Station

  28. Which of the following gave us our first close encounter with other planets and their moons? • Artificial satellites • Space probes • Space shuttle • Space station

  29. Which of the following gave us our first close encounter with other planets and their moons? • Artificial satellites • Space probes • Space shuttle • Space station

  30. As Earth’s moon waxes, the sunlit fraction we see from Earth becomes _____. • Larger • Smaller • Doesn’t change • Turns red

  31. As Earth’s moon waxes, the sunlit fraction we see from Earth becomes _____. • Larger • Smaller • Doesn’t change • Turns red

  32. When the moon is waning, the sunlit fraction is becoming _____. • Smaller • Larger • Different colors • Doesn’t change

  33. When the moon is waning, the sunlit fraction is becoming _____. • Smaller • Larger • Different colors • Doesn’t change

  34. The inner planets of our solar system are called _____. • Terrestrial planets • Gas giants • Dirty snowballs • Small stars

  35. The inner planets of our solar system are called _____. • Terrestrial planets • Gas giants • Dirty snowballs • Small stars

  36. Our sun is located in the arm of a pinwheel- shaped _____ galaxy called the Milky Way. • Elliptical • Spiral • Irregular • Globular

  37. Our sun is located in the arm of a pinwheel- shaped _____ galaxy called the Milky Way. • Elliptical • Spiral • Irregular • Globular

  38. A _____ is so small and massive that not even light can escape its gravitational pull. • Neutron star • Pulsar • Quasar • Black hole

  39. A _____ is so small and massive that not even light can escape its gravitational pull. • Neutron star • Pulsar • Quasar • Black hole

  40. A _____ is basically the death of a large star by explosion. • Nova • Supernova • Black hole • Globular cluster

  41. A _____ is basically the death of a large star by explosion. • Nova • Supernova • Black hole • Globular cluster

  42. A _____ is a dense star that is formed when the leftover materials in the center of a supernova are squeezed together so that the particles inside the star become neutrons. • Pulsar • Quasar • Neutron star • Black hole

  43. A _____ is a dense star that is formed when the leftover materials in the center of a supernova are squeezed together so that the particles inside the star become neutrons. • Pulsar • Quasar • Neutron star • Black hole

  44. A _____ is a spinning neutron star that gives off radio signals. • Neutron star • Black hole • Quasar • Pulsar

  45. A _____ is a spinning neutron star that gives off radio signals. • Neutron star • Black hole • Quasar • Pulsar

  46. A _____ is a reusable vehicle that lands like an airplane. • Rocket • Space shuttle • Space probe • International Space Station

  47. A _____ is a reusable vehicle that lands like an airplane. • Rocket • Space shuttle • Space probe • International Space Station

  48. Which number represents the orbit of Saturn?

  49. Which number represents the orbit of Saturn?6

  50. Which number represents the orbit of Venus?