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Space: What is Really out There?

written by: jamieg75
 
This quiz is all about space. And it's not just planets and stars - see what else is out there! Good luck!

Question 1:

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This is the name given to a region in space with gravity so strong that nothing can get out of it - not even light.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 2:


What do you call a massive system of stars held together by gravity?
None of these
Space
A galaxy
A nebula

Question 3:


Meteoroids are small celestial bodies consisting of ice, dust and rock that form gaseous tails as they move closer to the Sun.
False
True

Question 4:


Which of the following asteroids is the only one visible to the naked eye?
Vesta
Davida
Pallas
Ceres

Question 5:


A solar eclipse is when Earth casts a shadow on the Moon.
True
False

Question 6:


This is the name given to an imaginary line running through the center of a planet that determines the inclination angle of a planet's rotation.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 7:


Which is the hottest planet of the Solar System?
Mars
Uranus
Mercury
Venus

Question 8:


This Solar System body was once considered a planet, but was later reclassified as a dwarf planet and a member of the Kuiper Belt.
Jupiter
Venus
None of these
Pluto

Question 9:


Which planet of the Solar System has the most moons?
Saturn
Jupiter
Mars
Pluto

Question 10:

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How often can Halley's Comet be observed?
About every 80 years
About every 76 years
About every 55 years
About every 45 years


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