Starry Night - Lesson I3 (tools of astronomer)
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by Carl Bauhs
| 12 Questions
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Because of its shape
Because of its size
Because of its color
Because of its temperature
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Approximately 100,000 Stars
Approximately 10,000 Stars
Approximately 1,000,000
Approximately 100 Stars
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Choose the types of stars you observe
Blue stars
Yellow stars
Red stars
White stars
All of the above
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Newly formed stars shine especially bright in the infrared because they heat up the surrounding gas and dust.
Stars from in the central disk
Stars from in the spiral arms
Stars are not being formed
Cannot be determined
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Circle star forming regions on the picture here.
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Choose the objects the Chandra's x-rays were designed to observe
Planets
Neutron stars
White dwarfs
Asteroids
Black holes
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Beta Lacertae
Megrez
Kappa Draconis
Algol
Delta Cygni
Polaris
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Beta Lacertae
Megrez
Kappa Draconis
Algol
Delta Cygni
Polaris
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Beta Lacertae
Megrez
Kappa Draconis
Algol
Delta Cygni
Polaris
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Beta Lacertae
Megrez
Kappa Draconis
Algol
Delta Cygni
Polaris
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Beta Lacertae
Megrez
Kappa Draconis
Algol
Delta Cygni
Polaris
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Beta Lacertae
Megrez
Kappa Draconis
Algol
Delta Cygni
Polaris
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