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Particle clouds from where stars are formed are known as____________?
A. Stellar nurseries
B. Star clouds
C. Event horizons
This in-between phase of stellar nurseries and star formation in stellar evolution is when the gathered dust is still condensing to form a star.
A. Alpha Stage
B. Stellar Genesis
D. Star of Adam
Antares is of the largest known ___________?
A. Quasars Star
B. Pulsars Star
C. White Dwarfs Star
D. Red Supergiants Star
The sun is made up of 99.9% of ________________ and ______________?
A. Oxygen and Hydrogen
B. Hydrogen and Sulfur
C. Carbon and Silicon
D. Hydrogen and Helium
A. Ursa Major
B. Ursa Minor
C. The Great Bear
D. A. and C. above
What are the names of the two stars in the Big Dipper used to locate Polaris?
A. The North Seekers
B. The Pointer Stars
C. The Pointer Sisters
D. None of these
What causes the Moon’s phases?
A. The Sun lights up only one half of the Moon and as the Moon orbits the Earth we can sometimes see the unlit side of the Moon.
B. The Sun lights up only one half of the Moon and as the Sun orbits the Earth we can sometimes see the unlit side of the Moon.
C. The Earth’s shadow falls on the Moon, blocking the sunlight.
D. The Moon’s shadow falls on the Earth, blocking the sunlight.
The large dark patches on the Moon’s surface are known as___________?
A. Dark matter
B. Maria, or seas, even though there is no water on the Moon
C. Maria, or seas, because they are filled with water
D. Moon spots
Oranges are a rich source of____________?
The large dark patches on the Moon’s surface are known as, Which one is the brightest star in the night sky?, Oranges are a rich source of, What causes the Moon’s phases?, The Big Dipper is part of which constellation?