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Title: Jeopardy


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Jeopardy
Nuclear Fusion
Energy
Stars
Moon
Solar Systems
Q 100
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Q 200
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Q 300
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Q 400
Q 400
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Q 500
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Final Jeopardy
2
100 Question from Energy
What is the definition of energy?
3
100 Answer from Energy
The ability to do work and cause change
4
200 Question from Energy
What type of energy transformation happens in
stars?
5
200 Answer from Energy
Nuclear ?thermal?light
6
300 Question from Energy
What two elements make up the sun?
7
300 Answer from Energy
Hydrogen and helium
8
400 Question from Energy
How does energy travel through space from the sun
to Earth?
9
400 Answer from Energy
Electromagnetic waves
10
500 Question from Energy
Every element heavier than helium that makes up
your body was made
11
500 Answer from Energy
In the core of stars during fusion
12
100 Question from Stars
Is Aldebaran a young or old star?
13
100 Answer from Stars
old
14
200 Question from Stars
In what phase is a star in a balanced state?
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200 Answer from Stars
Main sequence
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300 Question from Stars
What two forces are in balance during most of a
stars life?
17
300 Answer from Stars
Gravity and nuclear fusion
18
400 Question from Stars
What property of a star determines whether
it will become a neutron star, black hole, or
black dwarf?
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400 Answer from Stars
The stars mass
20
500 Question from Stars
What info can we learn from an H-R diagram?
21
500 Answer from Stars
Temperature, stage in life, luminosity, and
absolute magnitude
22
100 Question from Moon
A collision between the Earth and a large planet
is the most widely accepted theory of how what
was formed?
23
100 Answer from Moon
The moon
24
200 Question from Moon
When the moon is in its first quarter phase, what
percent of the surface is illuminated and visible
from Earth?
25
200 Answer from Moon
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300 Question from Moon
How many days pass between a new moon and a full
moon?
27
300 Answer from Moon
14 days
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400 Question from Moon
If the moon was between the Earth and the sun at
just the right angle, what event could occur?
29
400 Answer from Moon
Solar eclipse
30
500 Question from Moon
What is the definition of a waxing gibbous moon?
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500 Answer from Moon
The moon is illuminated by greater/more than half
32
100 Question from Solar Systems
How long ago do astronomers think the Big Bang
occurred?
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100 Answer from Solar Systems
13.7 billion years ago
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200 Question from Solar Systems
How long ago do astronomers think our solar
system formed?
35
200 Answer from Solar Systems
4.6 billion years ago
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300 Question from Solar Systems
What theory is the current understanding of how
our solar system formed?
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300 Answer from Solar Systems
Nebular Theory
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400 Question from Solar Systems
How do astronomers tell what the components of a
star are?
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400 Answer from Solar Systems
By comparing the spectra of known elements to a
stars spectra
40
500 Question from Solar Systems
What subatomic particle is responsible for light
being released from an atom?
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500 Answer from Solar Systems
electron
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100 Question from Nuclear Fusion
What is the description of nuclear fusion?
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100 Answer from Nuclear Fusion
Small atoms are combined to form a larger atom.
44
200 Question from Nuclear Fusion
How many hydrogen atoms are required to form one
helium atom in the nuclear reactions in the sun?
45
200 Answer from Nuclear Fusion
4 atoms
46
300 Question from Nuclear Fusion
During nuclear fusion of hydrogen to helium, the
mass of the resulting helium is less than the
beginning mass of hydrogen. What happens to the
missing mass?
47
300 Answer from Nuclear Fusion
It is turned into energy
48
400 Question from Nuclear Fusion
What happens in the core of the sun that
generates so much energy?
49
400 Answer from Nuclear Fusion
Nuclear fusion
50
500 Question from Nuclear Fusion
What is a nebula?
51
500 Answer from Nuclear Fusion
Cloud of gas and dust
52
Final Jeopardy
53
Final Jeopardy Answer
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