Gases/Gaseous objects/Astronomy/Quiz

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Gaseous-object astronomy is a lecture and an article about specific astronomical entities composed mostly of gases at least as detected. It is also a lecture as part of the astronomy series on object astronomy.

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Quiz[edit]







  

1

Which of the following are green radiation astronomy phenomena associated with the Sun?

the color of the upper rim as seen from Earth
an excess brightness at or near the edge of the Sun
the iron XIV green line
neutron emission
polar coronal holes
meteor emission
changes in the line-blanketing

2

Before the current era and perhaps before 6,000 b2k which classical planet may have been green?

3

True or False, At least in emission sodium astronomy, Mercury is a dwarf gaseous object.

TRUE
FALSE

4

Which of the following are associated with the Sun control group?

rocky objects
gaseous objects
plasma objects
a photosphere
rotation
watery surface
spots

5

Which of the following are radiation astronomy phenomena associated with the gaseous-object Neptune?

Voyager 2
blue rays
clouds
neutron emission
polar coronal holes
meteor emission
rotation

6

Which of the following is not a characteristic of X-radiation?

electromagnetic radiation
ionizing radiation
emitted by a few atomic nuclei
occurs when a positron and an electron annihilate each other
only penetrates so far into a gaseous-objects atmosphere

7

True or False, A dominant group associated with gaseous-object astronmy differs from a control group in that it rules the treatment of the control group.

TRUE
FALSE

8

Evidence that demonstrates that a model or idea for gaseous-object astronomy versus a control group is feasible is called a

.

9

True or False, A control group may be used in gaseous-object astronomy to demonstrate no effect or a standard effect versus a novel effort applied to a treatment group.

TRUE
FALSE

10

Complete the text:

A short or

realization of a certain

or idea to

a treament's feasibility for gaseous-object astronomy is called a proof of

.

11

True or False, Pure gaseous-object astronomy involves no doing apart from itself.

TRUE
FALSE

12

Complete the text:

A proof-of-concept structure for gaseous-object astronomy, including a control group, consists of

, procedures, findings, and

.

13

True or False, The purpose of a treatment group for gaseous-object astronomy is to describe natural processes or phenomena for the first time relative to a control group.

TRUE
FALSE


Hypotheses[edit]

Main source: Hypotheses
  1. Gaseous objects in the interplanetary medium have their shapes affected by the solar wind.

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