5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Spiral Galaxy?
- Circumpolar Constellations?
- Examples of Circumpolar Constellations?
- a a new star that forms in Nebulae
- b Cassiopeia, Cephus, Ursa Major, and Draco
- c pinwheel shaped, large cluster of stars at the center
- d Earth and other planets revolve around the sun. (Copernicus)
- e When constellations are visible all times of the year because they never go beneath the horizon.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Parallax is the apparent change in position of an object when you look at it from diffenrent angles.
- The true brightness of a star if it were placed a standard distance away from Earth. The lower the number the brighter the star.
- a graph in which star's temperature is plotted against its absolute magnitude. (brightness)
- About 200 billion stars
- a dead star
5 True/False questions
white dwarf → occurs when the star has used up all the energy and begins to cool further and condense
Super nova → Explosion of a HIGH MASS star caused by greater energy and temperatures.
Refracting Telescope? → Uses objective lens to gather light and focus it on a small area.
Apparent Magnitude? → How bright a star appears from earth.
Horizon → a new star that forms in Nebulae