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Sunny Trivia

written by: Lucia
 
Questions about the Sun and anything related to the Sun in popular culture. Let the sunshine in and have fun!

Question 1:


Approximately how much time does it take for light from the Sun to reach the Earth's surface?
About 1 minute
About 37 minutes
About 8 minutes
About 29 seconds

Question 2:


What people worshipped the sun god and god of war Huitzilopochtli?
The Chinese
The Cheyenne
The Aztecs
The Celts

Question 3:


What two gases comprise the greater part of the Sun?
Oxygen and hydrogen
Nitrogen and oxygen
Hydrogen and helium
Nitrogen and hydrogen

Question 4:


If you say that you would like the eggs "sunny side up", what does that mean?
The yolk is hard, the eggs are cooked on both sides
The eggs are mixed with cream
The yolk is liquid, the eggs are cooked only on one side
The yolk is liquid, the eggs are cooked on both sides

Question 5:


At what approximate speed does the Earth orbit around the Sun?
18 000 km/h (11 184.7 mph)
1000 km/h (621.4 mph)
10 000 km/h (6 213.7 mph)
108 000 km/h (67 108.1 mph)

Question 6:


In English medieval castles and houses, what room was usually called "solar room"?
A room where the family gathered for dinner
A room where food was stored
A room designed for sunbathing
A room for solitary activities

Question 7:


During the next change in the course of its stellar evolution, what is the Sun expected to evolve into?
Black hole
Red giant
White dwarf
Supernova

Question 8:


Which of these gods from different mythologies was not a sun god?
Ra
Helios
Sol
Thor

Question 9:


What phenomenon, observed near the North Pole, is caused by the interaction between solar winds and the Earth's magnetic field?
Earthquakes
Tides
Northern lights
Solar eclipse

Question 10:


Which of these calendars does not follow the Earth's revolution around the Sun and is not a solar calendar?
Islamic calendar
Gregorian calendar
Julian calendar
Coptic calendar

 


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