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THIS. IS. Jeopardy. Your. With. Host. Ms. Baucom. Jeopardy. Which star is it?. That looks like what?. Misc. How Far?. You can use that?. How big is that?. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400.

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THIS

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Jeopardy


Your

With

Host...

Ms. Baucom


Jeopardy

Which star is it?

That looks like what?

Misc.

How Far?

You can use that?

How big is that?

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A 300



You send a space probe one way into space with a range of eight light years. According to the chart this is the farthest star the probe could reach.

A 400


What is Star A? eight light years. According to the chart this is the farthest star the probe could reach.

A 400


Astronomers thought that galaxies eight light years. According to the chart this is the farthest star the probe could reach.

were single stars because of this.

A 500


What is they are so far away they look like single stars? eight light years. According to the chart this is the farthest star the probe could reach.

A 500



What is its position in the sky stayed the same. navigation because of this.

B 100







What are the stars. this.

B 400


  • Jenna was typing a question on “Ask Jeeves for Kids” internet website because she wanted to research how stars may be used for navigation. This question would help her get the most information for her research.

  • Why is the North Star important?

  • How did ancient astronomers name stars?

  • How far away is the sun?

  • Why do constellations have different names?

B 500


What is question A? internet website because she wanted to research how stars may be used for navigation. This question would help her get the most information for her research.

B 500


C 100


What is (d.) a pin head? system would be the size of

C 100


Listing a planet, the milk way galaxy, the solar system, and the universe sizes from smallest to largest would be like this.

C 200





DAILY DOUBLE of empty space is this.

DAILY DOUBLE

Place A Wager

C 400


You would use this model to help your friend understand the distance across the solar system.

Model A : yards on a football field.

Model B: markers on the highway.

Model C: city blocks

Model D: matching scale 1 Earth mile = 1,000,000 space km

C 400


What is model D? distance across the solar system.

C 400


“Distances from the sun to the inner planets are like the distance from city hall to other businesses in town, while distances from the sun to the outer planets are like the distance between city hall and other distance cities within the state” is an example of this.

C 500


What is a comparison to the distances in the solar system? distance from city hall to other businesses in town, while distances from the sun to the outer planets are like the distance between city hall and other distance cities within the state” is an example of this.

C 500


The stars in a constellation have this in common. distance from city hall to other businesses in town, while distances from the sun to the outer planets are like the distance between city hall and other distance cities within the state” is an example of this.

D 100


What is the same general direction from Earth? distance from city hall to other businesses in town, while distances from the sun to the outer planets are like the distance between city hall and other distance cities within the state” is an example of this.

D 100



What is the East? is found in this direction.

D 200



What is the Southwest? is found in this direction.

D 300


Constellation A is known as “the great hunter”, while constellation B is known as “the greater dog” because of this.

D 400


What is they look like a hunter and a dog? constellation B is known as “the greater dog” because of this.

D 400


This is how the constellations were named and identified. constellation B is known as “the greater dog” because of this.

D 500


What is because the ancient civilizations thought they looked like certain people or animals.

D 500





What is Star B? shows it is this star.

E 200




Alpha Centauri is our nearest star neighbor. It is too difficult to visit because of this.

E 400


What is it is too far away? difficult to visit because of this.

E 400


This graph shows the distance from Earth to five of the stars visible in the night sky. This chart best represents the data.

A.

B.

C.

E 500


What is chart A? stars visible in the night sky. This chart best represents the data.

E 500


Galaxies are made up of this. stars visible in the night sky. This chart best represents the data.

F 100


What are millions of stars? stars visible in the night sky. This chart best represents the data.

F 100


When compared to the Universe, the Milky Way galaxy is this. stars visible in the night sky. This chart best represents the data.

F 200


What is very small? stars visible in the night sky. This chart best represents the data.

F 200


Earth, the universe, the solar system, a galaxy, and the sun are correctly listed in order of size like this.

F 300



The set of constellations visible in the night sky changes from month to month because of this.

F 400


What is the orbit of the Earth around the Sun? from month to month because of this.

F 400


McKenna records her observations of the night sky one evening in September. She see several constellations. In March, she goes outside to find the same constellations, but can’t see them because of this.

F 500


What is the revolution of the Earth? evening in September. She see several constellations. In March, she goes outside to find the same constellations, but can’t see them because of this.

F 500


The Final Jeopardy Category is: evening in September. She see several constellations. In March, she goes outside to find the same constellations, but can’t see them because of this.

Constellations

Please record your wager.

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The Big Dipper is found in this constellation. evening in September. She see several constellations. In March, she goes outside to find the same constellations, but can’t see them because of this.

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What is Ursa Major? evening in September. She see several constellations. In March, she goes outside to find the same constellations, but can’t see them because of this.

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Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! evening in September. She see several constellations. In March, she goes outside to find the same constellations, but can’t see them because of this.

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