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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. the sun's gravity is so large
  2. sunspots
  3. 10 billion years
  4. extremely high pressure and temperature
  5. the poles
  1. a where solar winds can enter the Earth's atmosphere
  2. b because its mass is so great
  3. c areas of gas on the sun which are cooler than areas that surround them
  4. d the length of time it will take for the sun to use up all of its hydrogen
  5. e fusion only occurs in these two conditions

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. These are the byproducts of the sun's nuclear fusion.
  2. the element the sun uses to generate energy
  3. the inner layer of the sun's atmosphere which produces the light
  4. the outer layer of the sun's atmosphere
  5. the process by which the sun generates energy

5 True/False questions

  1. the Earth's atmosphere and magnetic fieldbecause its mass is so great


  2. (He) heliumwhere solar winds can enter the Earth's atmosphere


  3. solar windsstreams of electrically charged particles coming from the corona


  4. slightly lessHow does the mass of the helium produced by the sun compare with the mass of the hydrogen that goes into the process?


  5. 10 to 11 yearstime span over which the number of sunspots varies


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