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1 Comparative Planetology of the Terrestrial Planets START EXIT Funded by Title V HIS Grant at LAMC and U.S Department of Education Corresponds to Ch 13 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. Which abbreviation best describes the 3 things Planets need for a Magnetic Field HINT FER (Fluid core, electrically conducting core, Rapid rotation) FER (Fluid core, electrically conducting core, Rapid rotation) BFF (Bright core, Fast orbit, Fluid mantle) BFF (Bright core, Fast orbit, Fluid mantle) None of the Above GI (General air, Interstellar gravity) GI (General air, Interstellar gravity) Exit

3 HINT FER (Fluid core, electrically conducting core, Rapid rotation) BFF (Bright core, Fast orbit, Fluid mantle) None of the Above GI (General air, Interstellar gravity) Correct! next 1. Which abbreviation best describes the 3 things Planets need for a Magnetic Field Exit

4 Incorrect (FER) A Fluid core, electrically conducting core, and Rapid rotation are the 3 things Planets need for a Magnetic Field.. back next 1. Which abbreviation best describes the 3 things Planets need for a Magnetic Field HINT Exit

5 They most definitely need a liquid core… back Exit

6 2. Which theory do we accept for the Origin of the Moon? HINT Condensation Hypothesis Fission Hypothesis Lunar Houdini Hypothesis Large Impact Hypothesis Exit

7 HINT Condensation Hypothesis Fission Hypothesis Lunar Houdini Hypothesis Large Impact Hypothesis Correct! next 2. Which theory do we accept for the Origin of the Moon? Exit

8 Incorrect The Large Impact Hypothesis states that the moon was a small proto-planet that crashed into proto-Earth and settled around its orbit as debris and then became the moon. back next 2. Which theory do we accept for the Origin of the Moon? HINT Exit

9 It’s also called a “catastrophic”, because it was quiet an impact… back Exit

10 3. Which type of Earth Rock is Igneous? HINT Pumice Marble Only a and c Basalt Exit

11 HINT Pumice Marble Only a and c Basalt Correct! next 3. Which type of Earth Rock is Igneous? Exit

12 back next Incorrect Earth Rock that are Igneous are Pumice and Basalt next back 3. Which type of Earth Rock is Igneous? HINT Exit

13 There are two types… back Exit

14 4. What is found on the front side of the Moon? HINT Seas and highlands Aliens and cows Powder and Cheese Riverbeds and Holes Exit

15 HINT Seas and highlands Aliens and cows Powder and Cheese Riverbeds and Holes Correct! next 4. What is found on the front side of the Moon? Exit

16 Incorrect Seas and highlands are found on the front side of the Moon. back next 4. What is found on the front side of the Moon? Exit

17 Dark Marias…and bright tough terrain… back Exit

18 5. What is the main cause of Ozone Depletion? HINT UV rays CFC’s Green House Water melts Exit

19 HINT UV rays CFC’s Green House Water melts Correct! next 5. What is the main cause of Ozone Depletion? Exit

20 Incorrect The main cause of Ozone Depletion is Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC’s). back next 5. What is the main cause of Ozone Depletion? Exit

21 An abbreviation of Chlorofluorocarbon… back Exit

22 6. Which are the correct Global warming effects in order? HINT CO 2, greenhouse, temperature rises, polar caps melt, flooding and species die CO 2, greenhouse, temperature rises, polar caps melt, flooding and species die CO 2, species die, greenhouse, polar caps melt, temperature falls, and flooding CO 2, species die, greenhouse, polar caps melt, temperature falls, and flooding CO 2, temperature raises, greenhouse, rains cats and dogs, flooding and species die CO 2, temperature raises, greenhouse, rains cats and dogs, flooding and species die CO2, greenhouse, temperature raises, no flooding, polar caps melt, and species die CO2, greenhouse, temperature raises, no flooding, polar caps melt, and species die Exit

23 HINT CO2, greenhouse, temperature rises, polar caps melt, flooding and species die CO 2, species die, greenhouse, polar caps melt, temperature falls, and flooding CO 2, temperature raises, greenhouse, rains cats and dogs, flooding and species die CO2, greenhouse, temperature raises, no flooding, polar caps melt, and species die 6. Which are the correct Global warming effects in order? Correct! next Exit

24 6. Which are the correct Global warming effects in order? Incorrect Global warming steps: CO 2, greenhouse, temperature rises, polar caps melt, flooding and species die. back next Exit

25 back Temperature rises… Exit

26 7. Which of these planets has a Runaway Greenhouse Effect? HINT Mars Mercury Earth Venus Exit

27 HINT Mars Mercury Earth Venus Correct! next 7. Which of these planets has a Runaway Greenhouse Effect? Exit

28 7. Which of these planets has a Runaway Greenhouse Effect? Incorrect Venus has a Runaway Greenhouse Effect. back next HINT Exit

29 It’s a planet with predominately female names… back Exit

30 8. How hot is it on Venus today? HINT 250 Degrees F 590 Degrees F 1,357 Degrees F 900 Degrees F Exit

31 HINT 590 Degrees F 1,357 Degrees F 900 Degrees F 250 Degrees F Correct! next 8. How hot is it on Venus today? Exit

32 Incorrect It’s about 900 Degrees F on Venus back next 8. How hot is it on Venus today? HINT Exit

33 It’s hot, but just three digits… back Exit

34 HINT Aphrodite Athenia Ishtar Lakshmi Planum 9. Which name is not affiliated with Venus? Exit

35 HINT Aphrodite Athenia Ishtar Lakshmi Planum Correct! next 9. Which name is not affiliated with Venus? Exit

36 Incorrect Venus has several surface features such as the following: Aphrodite, Ishtar, and Cleopatra. back next 9. Which name is not affiliated with Venus? HINT Exit

37 It’s the goddess of war, wisdom, and justice… back Exit

38 10. The ______ created the ____ on the other side of Mercury HINT Crater, Depression Impact, Crater Caloris Basin, Weird Terrain Caloris Basin, Weird Terrain Lobate Scarpes, Basin Exit

39 HINT Crater, Depression Impact, Crater Caloris Basin, Weird Terrain Lobate Scarpes, Basin Correct! next 10. The ______ created the ____ on the other side of Mercury Exit

40 back next 10. The ______ created the ____ on the other side of Mercury Incorrect The Caloris Basin created the Weird Terrain on the other side of Mercury. backnext HINT Exit

41 It took a lot of “calories” to make the “weird” stuff on mercury… back Exit

42 11. The Lobate Scarpes on Mercury look like… HINT Long curved ridges Long spider legs Long spider legs Mountains Burn marks Exit

43 HINT Long curved ridges Long spider legs Mountains Burn marks Correct! next 11. The Lobate Scarpes on Mercury look like… Exit

44 Incorrect The Lobate Scarpes on Mercury look like long curved ridges. back next 11. The Lobate Scarpes on Mercury look like… HINT Exit

45 Its long features… back Exit

46 12. Which of these is a prominent feature on Mercury? HINT Maxwell Mountains Product Basin Product Basin Valley of Mermaids Caloris Basin Exit

47 HINT Maxwell Mountains Product Basin Valley of Mermaids Caloris Basin Correct! next 12. Which of these is a prominent feature on Mercury? Exit

48 12. Which of these is a prominent feature on Mercury? Incorrect Caloris Basin is a prominent feature on Mercury. back next HINT Exit

49 It’s a Basin… back Exit

50 13. Which of these is NOT a feature on Mars? HINT Olympus Mons Hellas Basin Valles Marineris Grand Canyon Grand Canyon Exit

51 HINT Olympus Mons Hellas Basin Valles Marineris Grand Canyon Correct! next 13. Which of these is NOT a feature on Mars? Exit

52 Incorrect All of these are features on Mars: a. Olympus Mons: Olympus Mons, Hellas Basin, and Valles Marineris. back next 13. Which of these is NOT a feature on Mars? HINT Exit

53 One of these is a U.S. tourist attraction… back Exit

54 14. What is the composition of the “blueberries” rocks found on Mars? HINT Hermanade Hematite Hulk Rock Heranoid Heranoid Exit

55 HINT Hermanade Hematite Hulk Rock Heranoid Correct! next 14. What is the composition of the “blueberries” rocks found on Mars? Exit

56 back next 14. What is the composition of the “blueberries” rocks found on Mars? Incorrect Hematite is the official name of the “blueberries” rocks found on Mars. back next HINT Exit

57 It ends with and “e”… back Exit

58 15. What are the two moons of Mars named? HINT Phobos and Deimos Titan and Triton Saturn and Neptune Fear and Photon Exit

59 HINT Phobos and Deimos Titan and Triton Saturn and Neptune Fear and Photon Correct! next 15. What are the two moons of Mars named? Exit

60 15. What are the two moons of Mars named? HINT Incorrect The two moons of Mars are named Phobos and Demos back next Exit

61 Fear and Demon… back Exit

62 EXIT TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN


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