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1 All of these pictures show what? Bingo!
2 • Apparent magnitude = -2 • Absolute magnitude = 5 • Which is brighter for this particular star, the apparent or absolute magnitude? Bingo!
3 • If a supergiant star explodes and does not become a black hole, it becomes this. Bingo!
4 -10 -5 0 +5 +10 +15 Absolute magnitude What color would a star be at 3,000 degrees and a magnitude of +13? Bingo!
5 What type of galaxy is shown here? Bingo!
6 Before a star becomes a red giant or supergiant, which stage of life is it in? Bingo!
7 The fate of the most massive stars in the universe, first they become super giants, then supernova and then they become _______________ . Bingo!
8 This stage of life will always lead to a supernova. Bingo!
9 -10 -5 0 +5 +10 +15 Absolute magnitude What type of star is very hot and very dim? Bingo!
10 Which type of star is this describing? “For a smaller main-sequence star: Eventually, the loss of hydrogen causes the center of the star to shrink. Ass the center shrinks, the atmosphere of the star grows very large and cools.” Bingo!
11 • This type of galaxy has a lot of dust and gas and very young stars. Bingo!
12 • A giant cloud of dust and gas where new stars are born. Bingo!
13 Created by a Danish scientist and an American scientist, it shows the temperature and magnitude of stars. Bingo!
14 According to this theory, the universe will expand forever. Bingo!
15 • A rapidly spinning neutron star is known as a(n) __________. Bingo!
16 This type of galaxy has some dust and gas, middle-aged or new stars, and a bulge at the center. Bingo!
17 • Rigel is this color star because it is so hot. Bingo!
18 • Which is dimmer, the absolute magnitude of our sun or the apparent magnitude? Bingo!
19 • The distance that light travels in one year. Bingo!
20 People who study _________ come up with theories about the universe. Bingo!
21 A very bright, starlike object that generates energy at a high rate is a(n) Bingo!
22 This cluster of stars is best described as being _____________. Bingo! Bingo!
23 • A group of stars that are close together that are located in the spiral disk of a galaxy. Bingo!
24 • The stage of life a star enters after the supergiant stage. Bingo!