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What is gravity?
The attractive force between two masses
The more ___________ an object has the more gravity it has.
The more mass an object has the more gravity it has.
What is a light-year?
The distance light travels in a year.
Which star is the largest; neutron star, black hole, or white dwarf?
Which star is the largest, neutron star, black hole, or white dwarf? Black Hole
Which star is the smallest; neutron star, black hole, or white dwarf?
Which star is the smallest, neutron star, black hole, or white dwarf? Neutron Star
Use the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram to describe Rigel.
White, bright, almost 20,000 degrees C
What is a nebula?
A large amount of gas and dust that become a star.
The more ______________ a star has, the longer it will live.
The more ___mass___ a star has, the longer it will live.
If a Red Giant or Supergiant has low mass it will become a …
What is it called when a dying Red Giant or Supergiant explodes …
What is it called when a dying Red Giant or Supergiant explodes … Supernova
A supernova with high mass becomes a …
A supernova with low mass becomes a …
A white dwarf will become a …
What is a quasar?
A distant galaxy with a black hole at its center.
What are the three types of galaxies?
Spiral Elliptical Irregular
What galaxy do we live in?
The Milky Way
What type of galaxy is the Milky Way?
A Spiral Galaxy
What is a constellation?
A patterned group of stars
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