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Outer Space

Please read each question carefully and select the correct answer by clicking on the corresponding button. The answer key will be provided after the quiz is scored. Streeeetch that mind!

1.

What are red giants, white dwarves, supergiants and middleweights?

World-class wrestlers
Stars, in various stages of evolution
Planets, in various stages of evolution
Various sized galaxies
I don't know
2.

Stars last forever.

True
False
I don't know
3.

The closest star to the Earth is:

Proxima Centauri
The north star
Venus
The sun
I don't know
4.

The temperature of a star's surface is determined by:

How close it is to the sun
How large it is
The rate at which hydrogen is being converted into helium
Massive forest fires on the star's surface
I don't know
5.

Which of the following stars is the hottest?

Sirius, a white star
Capella, a yellow star
Antares, a red star
I don't know
6.

A meteor is:

A falling star
A piece of stony or metallic detritus captured by the earth's orbit and heated to glowing by the friction with the atmosphere
A piece of frozen matter enveloped in a cloud of dust and gases moving in orbit around the sun (particles from the sun make the gases glow)
A planetoid moving in orbit around the sun
I don't know
7.

A comet is:

A falling star
A piece of stony or metallic detritus captured by the earth's orbit and heated to glowing by the friction with the atmosphere
A piece of frozen matter enveloped in a cloud of dust and gases moving in orbit around the sun (particles from the sun make the gases glow)
A planetoid moving in orbit around the sun
I don't know
8.

The sun is about 4.5 billion years old. How many years before it is expected that the sun will fizzle out, resulting in the total destruction of Earth?

5 billion years
5 million years
5,000 years
500 years
5 years
I don't know
9.

How often does Halley's Comet return?

Every 10 years
Every 27 years
Every 58 years
Every 76 years
Every 92 years
I don't know
10.

Who put the first telescope to practical use?

Galileo
Copernicus
Ptolemy
Socrates
I don't know
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