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ScienceFusion Space Science: Online Textbook Help Final Exam

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Question 1 1. The distance light (any form of electromagnetic radiation) travels through a vacuum in one year is known as (a):

Question 2 2. What is the definition of centripetal force?

Question 3 3. The organization that sets the names of celestial object is the:

Question 4 4. This is an electrically powered spacecraft that can roam around the celestial object they land on to take detailed pictures, soil samples, and perform other specific tasks for scientific purposes:

Question 5 5. What is defined as an imaginary line drawn through the North and South Poles?

Question 6 6. During which of the following tides do we see the tidal range between high and low tide at its maximum?

Question 7 7. Which of these celestial objects cannot be seen with the naked eye, based on the concepts of the magnitude scale:

Question 8 8. This is a small icy body that orbits in the solar system and develops a tail of gas as it approaches the sun:

Question 9 9. Most of the Martian atmosphere is made up of:

Question 10 10. The darkening of the moon as it passes through Earth's shadow is known as:

Question 11 11. A filament is:

Question 12 12. Clusters of clusters of galaxies are called:

Question 13 13. Venus is a planet that is:

Question 14 14. What is the IAU's definition of a dwarf planet?

Question 15 15. The sun's radius is around:

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