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NASA's Cassini spacecraft chronicles the change of seasons as it captures clouds concentrated near the equator of Saturn's largest moon, Titan. Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute.

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1 True or False, Titan like Venus is another gas dwarf when viewed in visible light.

TRUE
FALSE

2 Complete the text:

Match up the letter for the object name the radio or radar image below:
Sun - A
Mercury - B
Venus - C
Earth - D
Moon (South Pole) - E
Moon (North Pole) - F
Moon (850 micron thermal emission) - G
Mars (North Pole cross section) - H
Toustatis - I
Jupiter - J
Saturn - K
Titan - L
Interstellar medium - M
Milky Way - N
3C 98 - O
3C 31 - P
3C 380 - Q
Moon (self radiation) - R
NGC 4151 - S
GRS 1915 - T
M87 - U
3C 279 - V
IRC+10216 - W
Boomerang nebula - X
R Sculptoris - Y
PIA10008 Seas and Lakes on Titan.jpg

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3C 380 bent.jpg

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The Moon's North Pole.jpg

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Curious spiral spotted by ALMA around red giant star R Sculptoris (data visualisation).jpg

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Bhexplode merlin big.gif

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Allsky408.jpg

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Permanently Shadowed Polar Craters.jpg

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Ghostly 'Boomerang'.jpg

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Nhsc2010-011a.jpg

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PIA13164 North Polar Cap Cross Section, Annotated Version.jpg

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Moon 4panels2 col.jpg

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M87 jet Hubble.gif

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Sun5GHz.jpg

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3c279 mosaic lo.jpg

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PIA07872 Saturn's rings in radio.jpg

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Radio galaxy 3C98.png

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Ngc4151stis.gif

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Jupiter radio image.jpg

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Moon at 850 microns.gif

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Radio galaxy 3C31.png

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HIsky.jpg

Venus globe.jpg

Toutatis.jpg

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Moon South Pole.jpg

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Antarctica2.jpg

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3 Yes or No, Titan has an atmospheric pressure on its surface 50% greater than that on Earth.

Yes
No

4 Complete the text:

Regarding a blue haze layer near the south polar region of Titan, the difference in color

above and

nearer the

could be due to

of the haze.

5 Yes or No, Titan is larger by volume than Mercury.

Yes
No

6 Complete the text:

Match up the letter of the spherical object with each of the possibilities below:
Sun - A
Mercury - B
Venus - C
Earth - D
Moon - E
Mars - F
Ceres - G
Jupiter - H
Callisto - I
Europa - J
Ganymede - K
Io - L
Enceladus - M
Titan - N
Uranus - O
Titania - P
Neptune - Q
Triton - R
Pluto - S
Enceladus in the Visual.jpg

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Triton moon mosaic Voyager 2 (large).jpg

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Io highest resolution true color.jpg

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Vg1 1567237.tiff

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Ceres optimized.jpg

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Europa-moon.jpg

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Titania (moon) color, edited.jpg

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Pluto animiert.gif

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The Earth seen from Apollo 17.jpg

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Uranus2.jpg

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Moon Farside LRO.jpg

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Callisto.jpg

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Moon Ganymede by NOAA.jpg

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Neptune.jpg

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Two Halves of Titan.png

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HI6563 fulldisk.jpg

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2005-1103mars-full.jpg

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Venus-real color.jpg

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Mercury in color - Prockter07 centered.jpg

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7 Yes or No, Titan's atmosphere has a seasonal hemispheric dichotomy.

Yes
No

8 Which of the following are associated with hydrocarbons?

liquid lakes on Titan
petroleum deposits on Earth
methane in the atmosphere of Uranus
Titania
atmosphere of Neptune
an H II region

9 Yes or No, There is clear evidence that Titan has stable bodies of surface liquid.

Yes
No

10 Complete the text:

Match up the violet or violet containing image with the object letter:
Sun - A
Venus - B
Earth - C
Moon - D
Mars - E
Jupiter - F
Ganymede - G
Io - H
Saturn - I
Dione - J
Titan - K
Uranus - L
Ariel - M
Miranda - N
Triton - O
Eta Carinae - P
NGC 5584 - Q
Miranda3.jpg

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Titan's Halo PIA07774.jpg

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Triton's Cryovulcan.jpg

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Dione color.jpg

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Voyager 2 - Saturn - 3115 7854 2.png

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Mars violet sky.jpg

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Phot-16-07.jpg

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Vg1 1567237.tiff

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Eta Carinae.jpg

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PIA00072 Venus Cloud Patterns - colorized and filtered.jpg

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Iosurface gal.jpg

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Uranus rings.png

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Moon1 gal big.gif

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Ganymede-moon.jpg

Clements Mountain NPS.jpg

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Blueberrysun friedman 1296.jpg

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Ariel color PIA00041.jpg

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11 Complete the text:

Match up the item letter with each of the possibilities below:
Moon - A
Eros - B
Io - C
Ganymede - D
Europa - E
Titan - F
X-ray producing electric arc, current spots

reflecting solar X-rays

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soft X-ray emission

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possible soft X-ray emission

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synchrotron X-ray diffraction of methane hydrate up to 10GPa

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ordinary chondrite composition

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