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Sun + Light + Atoms START EXIT Funded by Title V HIS Grant at LAMC and U.S Department of Education Corresponds to Ch 5 in book Astro by Seeds Prepared.

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1 Sun + Light + Atoms START EXIT Funded by Title V HIS Grant at LAMC and U.S Department of Education Corresponds to Ch 5 in book Astro by Seeds Prepared by: Julissa Garcia, Aramik Yousefian Hagop Hadjinian, Tatevik Grigoryan Activity director: Lilit Haroyan Faculty Advisor: Richard Rains

2 1. Inside the Nucleus of an Atom there is… HINT Stars Little People Neutrons and Protons Neutrons and electrons Exit

3 HINT Stars Little People Neutrons and Protons Neutrons and electrons Correct! next 1. Inside the Nucleus of an Atom there is… Exit

4 1. Inside the Nucleus of an Atom there is… Incorrect Unable to be seen Neutrons and Protons are located within an atom. back next HINT Exit

5 Two things… back Exit

6 2. Sunspots are cause by what? HINT The suns hot photosphere The suns hot photosphere Infrared light Solar wind Magnetism Exit

7 HINT The suns hot photosphere The suns hot photosphere Infrared light Solar wind Magnetism Correct! next 2. Sunspots are cause by what? Exit

8 Incorrect Since the suns North, South and Equator rotate at different times magnetism gets tangled and result in knots ( Sunspots), where no convection occurs (Cold sunspot). back next 2. Sunspots are cause by what? HINT Exit

9 some force… back Exit

10 3. How old are most Sunspots? HINT 11 years (pre-teen) 13 years (teen) 91 years (senior) 21 years (adult) Exit

11 HINT 11 years (pre-teen) 13 years (teen) 91 years (senior) 21 years (adult) Correct! next 3. How old are most Sunspots? Exit

12 back next Incorrect Sunspots occur for on average no more than 11 yrs. nextback 3. How old are most Sunspots? HINT Exit

13 Relatively young back Exit

14 4. What Spectrum is this? HINT Emission Spectrum Continuous Spectrum Absorption Spectrum Absolute Spectrum Exit

15 HINT Emission Spectrum Continuous Spectrum Absorption Spectrum Absolute Spectrum Correct! next 4. What Spectrum is this? Exit

16 Incorrect In Absorption the continuous spectrum passes through a hot gas and an electron is excited and goes to the excited level, but does not release energy. back next 4. What Spectrum is this? HINT Exit

17 It does not release energy… back Exit

18 5. According to Doppler shift Blue shift is: HINT Going away from us Coming toward us All of the Above Blue Exit

19 HINT Going away from us Coming toward us All of the Above Blue Correct! next 5. According to Doppler shift Blue shift is: Exit

20 Incorrect Blue shift is when the wavelengths (ex: noise) are coming towards you. back next 5. According to Doppler shift Blue shift is: HINT Exit

21 An example of blue shift is louder sirens of the Fire truck you hear… back Exit

22 6. _____ are rapidly moving ions and atoms from the solar corona. HINT Solid waves Solar waves Magnetic carpet Solar winds Exit

23 HINT Solid waves Solar waves Magnetic carpet Solar winds Correct! next 6. _____ are rapidly moving ions and atoms from the solar corona Exit

24 6. _____ are rapidly moving ions and atoms from the solar corona. Incorrect Solar winds are massive heated winds that the Sun expels. back next HINT Exit

25 back Something being expelled from the sun… Exit

26 7. What Spectrum is this? HINT Emission Spectrum Continuous Spectrum Absorption Spectrum Absolute Spectrum Exit

27 HINT Emission Spectrum Continuous Spectrum Absorption Spectrum Absolute Spectrum Correct! next 7. What Spectrum is this? Exit

28 Incorrect In Emission the continuous spectrum passes through a hot gas and an electron is excited and goes to the excited level and comes back to ground state and releases a photon. back next 7. What Spectrum is this? HINT Exit

29 This spectrum releases a photon… back Exit

30 8. A star is hotter when… HINT Brown Blue Tan Red Exit

31 HINT Blue Tan Red Brown Correct! next 8. A star is hotter when… Exit

32 Incorrect Think of fire, regular stove fire is yellow/red, then think of the hotter blue fire mechanics and chefs use. back next 8. A star is hotter when… HINT Exit

33 Which are hotter blue flames or red flames? back Exit

34 HINT Solar wind The suns heat Martians Convection currents 9. Granules are caused by… Exit

35 HINT Solar wind The suns heat Martians Convection currents Correct! next 9. Granules are caused by… Exit

36 Incorrect Granules are small little bead looking on the surface of the sun, which are cause by convection (hot air rising, cold air falling). back next 9. Granules are caused by… HINT Exit

37 hot air rising, cold air falling back Exit

38 10. Sunspots occur in the _____ of the Sun. HINT Corona Heart Photosphere Chromosphere Exit

39 HINT Corona Heart Photosphere Chromosphere Correct! next 10. Sunspots occur in the _____ of the Sun Exit

40 Incorrect Sunspots occur in the Photosphere, the surface of the Sun. back next 10. Sunspots occur in the _____ of the Sun. HINT Exit

41 It is the surface… back Exit

42 EXIT TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN


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