Gases/Gaseous objects/Quiz

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This graphic shows the location of water vapor detected over Europa's south pole in observations taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope in December 2012. Credit: NASA/ESA/L. Roth/SWRI/University of Cologne.

Gaseous objects is a lecture about specific astronomical, chemical, and physical entities composed mostly of gases at least as detected. It is also a lecture as part of the radiation astronomy department series on object astronomy.

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Quiz[edit]







  

1

Chemistry phenomena associated with gaseous astronomy are

at least three-quarters of the human genome
molecules
atmospheres
pressure
ions
plastic

2

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

3

Yes or No, At least in emission sodium astronomy, Mercury is a dwarf gaseous object.

Yes
No

4

When ionization cones are present, what green characteristics are usually readily observed?

O III green emission line
green continua
biconical structure
a common cone axis and apex
ionized gas
neon clouds

5

Which chemical phenomenon are associated with the Earth?

quartz is the second most abundant mineral
an atmosphere containing CO2
green, red, blue, and yellow airglow
the production and escape of hot H+ ions
oxygen emissions
helium ions

6

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

7

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

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

8

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

9

True or False, Neptune is considered a gaseous planet because it is in orbit around a star.

TRUE
FALSE

10

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 object

11

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

TRUE
FALSE

12

Evidence that demonstrates that a model or idea for gaseous objects versus a control group is feasible is called a

.

13

A collimated stream, spurt or flow of liquid or gas or plasma in a narrow cone of particles?

14

True or False, A control group may be used for gaseous objects to demonstrate no effect or a standard effect versus a novel effort applied to a treatment group.

TRUE
FALSE

15

Complete the text:

A short or

realization of a certain

or idea to

a treament's feasibility for gaseous objects is called a proof of

.

16

True or False, Pure gaseous objects involves no doing apart from itself.

TRUE
FALSE

17

Complete the text:

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

, procedures, findings, and

.

18

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

TRUE
FALSE

19

Complete the text:

When imaged in visible light Jupiter appears like a gas

rather than a

planet.

20

"The spectrum of gaseous methane at 77 K in the 1.1-2.6 µm region [is] a benchmark for"

21

Which of the following is not a studied characteristic of astrogeography?

backyard astronomy
nucleosynthesis
cumulus clouds
"the expanse of space that seems to be over the earth like a dome"
sea level

22

Which geographical phenomena are associated with the Earth?

quartz is the second most abundant mineral
an atmosphere containing CO2
a north geographic and magnetic pole
a rotational axis
a prime meridian
a cycle of lower temperatures in each latitudinal hemisphere
a cycle of higher temperatures in each longitudinal hemisphere

23

Phenomena associated with HESS?

has a gaseous surface
Namibia
currently-operating installation on Mars
exploration of gamma-ray sources
located on the Cranz family farm
Gamsberg

24

True or False, Jupiter is a gaseous astronomical object in orbit around the Moon.

TRUE
FALSE

25

Complete the text:

Match up the object viewed in the ultraviolet with its image:
Sun's chromosphere- L
calcite - M
Venus - N
Jupiter's aurora - O
Jupiter - P
Io - Q
Saturn - R
Betelgeuse - S
Mira - T
LAB-1 - U
Messier 101 - V
STEREO B EUVI 171.jpg

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Opo9913e.jpg

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Mira the star-by Nasa alt crop.jpg

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Venuspioneeruv.jpg

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Aurora Saturn.jpg

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Jupiter.Aurora.HST.UV.jpg

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Lyman-alpha blob LAB-1.jpg

Betelgeuse star hubble-580x580.jpg

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Hubble Space Telescope Image of Fragment BDGLNQ12R Impacts.jpg

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Calcite LongWaveUV HAGAM.jpg

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M101 UIT.gif

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Hypotheses[edit]

  1. Gaseous objects in the interplanetary medium have their shapes affected by the solar wind.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

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