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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. photosphere
  2. nuclear fusion
  3. the poles
  4. hypothesis about sunspots
  5. slightly less
  1. a the inner layer of the sun's atmosphere which produces the light
  2. b the process by which the sun generates energy
  3. c the variation in sunspots may cause changes in the Earth's temperature
  4. d where solar winds can enter the Earth's atmosphere
  5. e How does the mass of the helium produced by the sun compare with the mass of the hydrogen that goes into the process?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. reddish loops of gas which link sunspots
  2. these usually prevent solar winds from entering our world
  3. the number of charged particles in solar winds
  4. streams of electrically charged particles coming from the corona
  5. the layer of the sun's atmosphere which produces a reddish glow

5 True/False questions

  1. aurorasthe glowing of gas molecules in the Earth's atmosphere caused by solar winds

          

  2. 99.8% of the mass of the solar system is...disruptions of radio, television and telephone signals and electrical power problems

          

  3. sunspotswhere solar winds can enter the Earth's atmosphere

          

  4. (H) hydrogenthe element the sun uses to generate energy

          

  5. heat and lightThese are the byproducts of the sun's nuclear fusion.