Astrophysics for Kids Final Exam

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Question 1 1. The distance used with absolute magnitude is _____.

Question 2 2. A star has an absolute magnitude of -2.5 and it is 5 parsecs from Earth. What will the star's absolute magnitude be when it is moved to 10 parsecs from Earth?

Question 3 3. The apparent magnitude of a star is determined

Question 4 4. Albedo is a measure of reflection. How is it measured?

Question 5 5. The Jewel Box star cluster is _____.

Question 6 6. Which of these statements about quasars is TRUE?

Question 7 7. The method that Hipparchus used did not consider _____ when comparing the brightness of stars.

Question 8 8. Edwardo is standing 50 meters from you. Maria is standing 5 meters from you. Alison is standing 100 meters away and Julio is 500 meters away. Whose candle would truly be the brightest candle if all of them seem to be the same brightness when you look at them?

Question 9 9. What type of binary star is it when one star passes in front of another?

Question 10 10. In a binary star system, one of the stars can become a supernova. What is this star called?

Question 11 11. Which of these statements about globular star clusters is NOT true?

Question 12 12. Something that has an albedo of one would _____

Question 13 13. The shape of Earth's orbit helps form the analemma of the Sun. What is the shape of Earth's orbit?

Question 14 14. What is the corona of the sun mostly made of?

Question 15 15. What is the letter B pointing towards?

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