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Title: Jeopardy


1
Jeopardy
Short Answer
Miscellaneous
Balloon Rocket
Space Travel
The Moon
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Final Jeopardy
2
100 Question
What are the two factors that keep a planet in
orbit?
3
100 Answer
Inertia and Gravity
4
200 Question
If the mass of one object increases and
the distance stays the same, what happens to the
force of gravity between the two objects?
5
200 Answer
The force of gravity increases
6
300 Question
What causes the seasons?
7
300 Answer
The tilt of the Earths axis as it revolves
around the sun
8
400 Question
How are solar eclipses and lunar eclipses
different?
9
400 Answer
Solar Eclipse the moon is directly between the
sun and the Earth. Moon is in new moon Phase.
(rare) Lunar Eclipse the Earth is directly
between the sun and the moon. Moon is in full
moon Phase.
10
500 Question
How did the moon form?
11
500 Answer
An asteroid hit the Earth as it was
developing. Debris from Earths outer layer
orbited around the Earth and was then pulled
together by gravity and formed the moon.
12
100 Question
Regions formed from huge lava flows are called
__________________.
13
100 Answer
Maria
14
200 Question
When the moon is growing, it is __________
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200 Answer
waxing
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300 Question
Perform rotation
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300 Answer
Spinning on your axis
18
400 Question
What event started the space race?
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400 Answer
The launch of the Soviet satellite Sputnik I
20
500 Question
Put the phases of the moon in order from new Moon
and back.
21
500 Answer
New moon, waxing crescent, 1st quarter, Waxing
gibbous, full moon, waning gibbous, 3rd quarter,
waning crescent, new moon
22
100 Question
A spacecraft that has various scientific
instruments that can collect data, including
visual images, but has no human crew is called
a _________________________.
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100 Answer
Space probe
24
200 Question
A ______________________ is a large artificial
satellite on which people can live and work for
long periods.
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200 Answer
Space Station
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300 Question
  1. Some probes have small robots called
    ______________ that can move about on the surface
    of another planet or moon.

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300 Answer
Rovers
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400 Question
  • A ______________ is a spacecraft that can carry a
    crew into space, return to Earth, and then be
    reused for the same purpose.

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400 Answer
Space shuttle
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500 Question
What was the goal of the Apollo program?
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500 Answer
To land astronauts on the moon
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100 Question
The force that propels a rocket forward is
called _______________
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100 Answer
thrust
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200 Question
The tendency of an object to resist a change in
motion is __________________.
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200 Answer
inertia
36
300 Question
The main advantage of a multistage rocket is
that the total _________ of the rocket is
reduced as the rocket rises. This always it to
go further and faster.
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300 Answer
weight
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400 Question
When the sun, moon and Earth are lined up,
what type of tide occurs?
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400 Answer
Spring
40
500 Question
The two days of the year when neither hemisphere
is tilted towards the sun is called
______________
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500 Answer
Equinox
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100 Question
True or False How tightly the string is held
affects the distance the balloon rocket goes.
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100 Answer
True
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200 Question
The balloon rocket lab demonstrates which law of
motion?
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200 Answer
Newtons 3rd law
46
300 Question
How would you increase the distance your balloon
rocket flew?
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300 Answer
More Air, Larger Balloon or see teacher
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400 Question
State Newtons 3rd Law of Motion.
49
400 Answer
For every action there is an equal and
opposite reaction.
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500 Question
Compare a real rocket to the way a balloon rocket
works.
51
500 Answer
Both have equal and opposite forces, one uses a
combustion engine the other uses air as a fuel. A
Teacher discretion
52
Final Jeopardy
List the 7 steps of the scientific method In order
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Final Jeopardy Answer
  1. State the problem
  2. Research
  3. Hypothesis
  4. Perform the experiment
  5. Collect data
  6. Draw a conclusion
  7. Repeat
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