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100 200 400 300 400 The Planets The Stars The Earth The Universe 300 200 400 200 100 500 100 Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy.

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3 The Planets The Stars The Earth The Universe Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy

4 1, 1 How many planets are in our Solar System? 8 (not including Pluto)

5 1,2 “What is our closest Star called”? The Sun

6 1,3 “How long does it take the Earth to rotate on it’s axis?” 24 hours (1 day)

7 1,4 “What is the galaxy called that our Solar System is a part of?” The Milky Way

8 2,1 “Which planet is called the “Red Planet”?” Mars

9 2,2 What comes after a red giant in the life of a star? White dwarf

10 2,3 What does the Earth experience when it orbits the Sun? Seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn & Winter

11 2,4 Earth is the centre of the universe and that all objects orbit the Earth What is the geocentric model of the Universe?

12 3,1 What is the largest planet and approximately how many moons does it have? Jupiter ~ 60 moons

13 3,2 What are stars mostly comprised of? Glowing gas

14 3,3 How far is the Earth from the Sun? ~ 146 million kilometres

15 3,4 How big is the Milky Way? ~100 billion light years and still expanding

16 4,1 What is the planet Saturn’s atmosphere made of? Hydrogen and Helium

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18 4,2 How is energy produced in a star? Nuclear Fission

19 4,3 Name three elements that make up the Earth’s atmosphere and crust? Atmosphere: Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon dioxide, Crust: Silica, Iron, Magnesium

20 4,4 Kepler, Hubble, Brahe, Friedmann, Einstein Name three scientists who had input on the universe’s origins

21 5,1 Where do the names Neptune & Saturn come from and/or what are they named after? Neptune: Named after the Roman Sea God Saturn: Named after the Roman God of Agriculture

22 5,2 What determines the length of a star’s life? Luminosity or brightness of a star

23 5,3 What is the Earth’s radius? 6378 km

24 5,4 Nebula, protostar, main sequence, red giants, planetary nebula, white dwarf, black dwarfs Describe the life cycle of a star

25 Final Jeopardy Question 3 x 10 8 x 60(seconds) x 60 (minutes) x 24 (hours) x 365 (days) = x m Explain how you would determine how far light travels in one year and what is the answer?

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