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5 Matching questions

  1. solid fuel rocket
  2. Cassini
  3. Sputnik I
  4. space probe
  5. Alan Shepard
  1. a oxygen is mixed with fuel (dry-explosive chemical). an example is a firework. Once a solid fuel rocket is ignited it burns until all the fuel is gone
  2. b is exploring Saturn's moons and launched a smaller probe Huygens to explore Titan, Saturn's largest moon
  3. c first American in space
  4. d a spacecraft that has various scientific instruments that can collect data,including visual images,but has no human crew
  5. e first artificial satellite sent into space by the Russians

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. speed in a given direction
  2. rivalry in the exploration of space between the US and the Soviet Union
  3. minerals that make up moon rocks are the same minerals that are found on Earth. In some moon rocks these minerals combine to form kinds of rocks that are not found on earth
  4. a large artificial satellite on which people can live and work for long periods
  5. the velocity an object must reach to fly beyond a planet's or moon's gravitational pull

5 True/False questions

  1. 3 types of fuel used to power rocketsoxygen is mixed with fuel (dry-explosive chemical). an example is a firework. Once a solid fuel rocket is ignited it burns until all the fuel is gone

          

  2. John Glennfirst American to orbit Earth (Friendship 7)

          

  3. Ion rocketsminerals that make up moon rocks are the same minerals that are found on Earth. In some moon rocks these minerals combine to form kinds of rocks that are not found on earth

          

  4. orbital velocitythe velocity a rocket must achieve to establish an orbit around a body in space

          

  5. thrustthe reaction force that propels a rocket forward