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Jeopardy


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Mrs B.


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Jeopardy

Rock Record

Astronomy

Astronomy II

Astronomy III

Astronomy III

Rocks

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What types of things would an astronomer study?

A 100


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Comets, planets, stars, galaxies

A 100


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What device is used to separate starlight?

A 200


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Spectroscope

A 200


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Starlight is separated into a display of colors called a

A 300


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Spectrum

A 300


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Stars moving toward the earth display a ______ shift.

A 400


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Blue

A 400


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The shift in wavelength emitted by a light source is called

A 500


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Doppler effect

A 500


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What region of the HR diagram does the sun lie?

B 100


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Main sequence

B 100


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What type of star is located in the lower left region of the HR diagram?

B 200


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White Dwarf

B 200


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The apparent magnitude of a star is a measure of its___

B 300


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Brightness

B 300


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What is the earliest stage in the development of a star?

B 400


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nebula

B 400


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What stage in stellar evolution is the longest?

B 500


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Main sequence

B 500


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A main sequence star maintains a stable size as long as it has an ample supply of hydrogen to fuse into ______

C 100


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helium

C 100


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When a white dwarf no longer emits energy, it may become a

C 200


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Black dwarf

C 200


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Large scale groups of stars bound together by gravitational attraction are called

C 300


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galaxies

C 300


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DAILY DOUBLE

DAILY DOUBLE

Place A Wager

C 400


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What is perihelion?

C 400


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When earth is closer to the sun in its orbit around the sun.

C 400


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According to Kepler, which planet has the longest orbit period?

C 500


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Pluto

C 500


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One astronomical unit is equal to the distance between

D 100


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Earth and the sun

D 100


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The first astronomer to mathematically model most aspects of planetary motion was

D 200


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Kepler

D 200


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What did our solar system originate from?

D 300


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Nebula

D 300


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In the last stage of stellar evolution, stars too massive to form neutron stars may form

D 400


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Black holes

D 400


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In which stage of stellar evolution does combined hydrogen fusion and helium fusion cause a star’s outer shell to expand?

D 500


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Red Giant

D 500


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What is the parent rock for all rocks?

E 100


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Magma

E 100


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Explain the process of metamorphism.

E 200


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High heat, pressure and chemical changes affect a rock.

E 200


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What are the four processes for rocks to become a sedimentary rock?

E 300


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Weathering, erosion, compaction, and cementation.

E 300


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What is the igneous intrusion that is horizontal and lies between rock layers?

E 400


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Sill

E 400


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What is the vertical rock layer called that cuts up through rock layers?

E 500


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Dike

E 500


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How do ripple marks form?

F 100


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From the action of wind on water.

F 100


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What is the law called that helps you determine the order of rock layers that have not been eroded.

A

B

C

F 200


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Law of Superposition

F 200


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If a rock layer contains a fault or intrusion, what law do you use?

F 300


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Law of Crosscutting Relationships.

F 300


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What has to occur for a rock to become an igneous rock?

F 400


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The rock has to melt into magma and cool and harden.

F 400


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Who is your favorite science teacher?

F 500


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Mrs. Bandura, of course!

F 500


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The Final Jeopardy Category is:

Middle Names

Please record your wager.

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What is Mrs. Bandura’s middle name?

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Lynn

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