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1 Comparative Planetology of Jovian Planets START EXIT Funded by Title V HIS Grant at LAMC and U.S Department of Education Corresponds to Ch 14 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. What is Jupiter’s inside mainly? HINT Unicorns Hydrogen and Carbon dioxide Hydrogen and Carbon dioxide Liquid Ammonia Liquid Metallic Hydrogen What is Jupiter’s inside mainly? Exit

3 HINT Unicorns Hydrogen and Carbon dioxide Liquid Ammonia Liquid Metallic Hydrogen Correct! next 1. What is Jupiter’s inside mainly? Exit

4 Incorrect Hydrogen Jupiter’s inside is mainly Liquid Metallic back next 1. What is Jupiter’s inside mainly? HINT Exit

5 It’s Liquid, and is used for nuclear fusion! back Exit

6 2. What is the name of the largest Jupiter moon? HINT Ganymede Callisto Europa Io Exit

7 HINT Ganymede Callisto Europa Io Correct! next 2. What is the name of the largest Jupiter moon? Exit

8 2. What is the name of the largest Jupiter moon? Incorrect The largest Jupiter moon is Ganymede back next HINT Exit

9 Io has volcanoes, Callisto is cratered… back Exit

10 3. What’s the main difference between Jupiter’s belts and zones? HINT Zones are darker Belts are darker Zones are organic components Zones are organic components Belts are of ammonia Exit

11 HINT Zones are darker Belts are darker Zones are organic components Zones are organic components Belts are of ammonia 3. What’s the main difference between Jupiter’s belts and zones? Correct! next Exit

12 back next 3. What’s the main difference between Jupiter’s belts and zones? Incorrect Belts are darker (organic components), whereas Zones are lighter (frozen ammonia). next back HINT Exit

13 Belts are the Orange ones… back Exit

14 4. What are Saturn’s rings made of? HINT Rocks Tiny ice particles Cold Hydrogen rocks Dry ammonia Exit

15 HINT Rocks Tiny ice particles Cold Hydrogen rocks Dry ammonia Correct! next 4. What are Saturn’s rings made of? Exit

16 Incorrect Saturn’s rings are a bunch of tiny ice particles. back next 4. What are Saturn’s rings made of? HINT Exit

17 They are small… back Exit

18 5. Which division is the thickest one in Saturn’s rings? HINT A ring B ring Encke division Cassani division Exit

19 HINT A ring B ring Encke division Cassani division Correct! next 5. Which division is the thickest one in Saturn’s rings? Exit

20 Incorrect Cassani Division is the thickest, in between A and B rings. back next 5. Which division is the thickest one in Saturn’s rings? HINT Exit

21 A and B rings are not divisions, just rings… back Exit

22 6. Which is the largest moon of Saturn? HINT Enceladus Tito Titan Triton Exit

23 HINT Enceladus Tito Titan Triton Correct! next 6. Which is the largest moon of Saturn? Exit

24 6. Which is the largest moon of Saturn? Incorrect The largest moon of Saturn is titan back next HINT Exit

25 back It sounds like a sea God Exit

26 7. What is Uranus’ moon that has ovoids called? HINT Frances Miranda Enceladus Titan Exit

27 HINT Frances Miranda Enceladus Titan Correct! next 7. What is Uranus’ moon that has ovoids called? Exit

28 7. What is Uranus’ moon that has ovoids called? Incorrect Miranda, Uranus’ moon, has ovoids, which look like layers. back next HINT Exit

29 A female name… back Exit

30 8. Why is Uranus blue? HINT It’s sad It’s the hydrogen and helium It’s the hydrogen and helium It’s cold It’s the methane Exit

31 HINT It’s the hydrogen and helium It’s cold It’s the methane It’s sad Correct! next 8. Why is Uranus blue? Exit

32 Incorrect Uranus is blue because it has methane. back next 8. Why is Uranus blue? HINT Exit

33 It’s chemical… back Exit

34 HINT The Great Dark Spot The Great Red Spot The hurricane eye The Spot 9. What is this surface feature on Neptune called? Exit

35 HINT The Great Dark Spot The Great Red Spot The hurricane eye The Spot Correct! next 9. What is this surface feature on Neptune called? Exit

36 9. What is this surface feature on Neptune called? Incorrect The surface feature on Neptune is The Great Dark Spot. back next HINT Exit

37 It’s similar to Jupiter’s Red spot, but blue… back Exit

38 10. Which moon of Jupiter’s has active volcanoes? HINT Ganymede Calisto Europa Io Io Exit

39 HINT Ganymede Calisto Europa Io Correct! next 10. Which moon of Jupiter’s has active volcanoes? Exit

40 10. Which moon of Jupiter’s has active volcanoes? Incorrect Io is active with volcanoes since it is closest from Jupiter. back next HINT Exit

41 It’s a small little moon, and name… back Exit

42 EXIT TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN TRY AGAIN


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