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The Sky Belongs To Us. Think, You know Our Universe well? Let`s check it out !. Start. Choose question category. Easy. 1. 2. 3. 4. Medium. 3. 3. 3. 4. 4. 4. 1. 2. Hard. 4. 1. 2. 3. Very Hard . 2. 1. 3. 4. Extra 1. Extra 2. Extra 3. Extra 4. 1. Easy.

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The Sky Belongs To Us

Think, You know Our Universe well?Let`s check it out !

Start

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Choose question category

Easy

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2

3

4

Medium

3

3

3

4

4

4

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2

Hard

4

1

2

3

Very Hard

2

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Extra 1

Extra 2

Extra 3

Extra 4

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Easy

Choose the correct sequence of the planets of our Solar System

Earth, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

Mars, Jupiter, Pluto, Mercury, Earth, Venus, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.

Show the correct answer

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Easy

Choose the correct sequence of the planets of our Solar System

Earth, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

Mars, Jupiter, Pluto, Mercury, Earth, Venus, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.

Correct Answer

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2

Easy

What is The Sun ?

The star at the center of the Solar System

One of the planets of Solar System

Huge comet In the Middle of our Galaxy

Center of our Galaxy

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2

Easy

What is The Sun ?

The star at the center of the Solar System

One of the planets of Solar System

Huge comet In the Middle of our Galaxy

Center of our Galaxy

Correct Answer

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3

Easy

What is shown on picture?

Full Moon – one of the smallest planets of Solar System

Full Moon - the only natural satellite of the Earth

Moon – huge asteroid that is bound to Earth by gravitation

A comet

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Easy

What is shown on picture?

Full Moon – one of the smallest planets of Solar System

Full Moon - the only natural satellite of the Earth

Moon – huge asteroid that is bound to Earth by gravitation

A comet

Correct Answer

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Easy

What is The Astronomy ?

Natural science that deals with the study of celestial objects

Science, that deals with the study of stars

Science, that deals with the study of galaxies

Natural science, that deals with the observation of sky and creating map of all stars and planets in our solar system

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Easy

What is The Astronomy ?

Natural science that deals with the study of celestial objects

Science, that deals with the study of stars

Science, that deals with the study of galaxies

Natural science, that deals with the observation of sky and creating map of all stars and planets in our solar system

Correct Answer

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Medium

1

“Icy small Solar System body that, when close enough to the Sun, displays a visible coma (a thin, fuzzy, temporary atmosphere) and sometimes also a tail.”What is described?

A star

A comet

An asteroid

A satellite

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Medium

1

“Icy small Solar System body that, when close enough to the Sun, displays a visible coma (a thin, fuzzy, temporary atmosphere) and sometimes also a tail.”What is described?

A star

A comet

An asteroid

Halley's comet, named after the astronomer Edmund Halley for successfully calculating its orbit

A satellite

Correct Answer

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Medium

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A rocky object in space that's smaller than a planet — they're sometimes called minor planets or planetoids.What is described?

A star

A comet

An Asteroid

Space debris

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Medium

2

A rocky object in space that's smaller than a planet — they're sometimes called minor planets or planetoids.What is described?

The 'snowman' craters are near the top left.

A star

A comet

An Asteroid

The largest asteroid in the Solar System is 4 Vesta.

Space debris

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Medium

3

What is a Galaxy?

A Galaxy is a collection of stars and planets held together by magnetism and gravity. One galaxy can have from 100000 to 1000000 stars and be as large as 100,000 light years across.

A galaxy is an enormous collection of gas, dust and billions of stars held together by gravity. One galaxy can have hundreds of billions of stars and be as large as 200,000 light years across.

A Galaxy is a name for only our Solar System and nearby regions.

A Galaxy is a union of several planetary systems that are bound to each other by gravity

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Medium

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What is a Galaxy?

A Galaxy is a collection of stars and planets held together by magnetism and gravity. One galaxy can have from 100000 to 1000000 stars and be as large as 100,000 light years across.

A galaxy is an enormous collection of gas, dust and billions of stars held together by gravity. One galaxy can have hundreds of billions of stars and be as large as 200,000 light years across.

A Galaxy is a name for only our Solar System and nearby regions.

A Galaxy is a union of several planetary systems that are bound to each other by gravity

Correct Answer

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Medium

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When did Yuri Gagarin, cosmonaut from the Soviet Union made first human spaceflight as well as the first orbital flight of a manned vehicle in history?

April 12, 1961

May 16, 1962

June 20, 1959

It wasn`t Yuri Gagarin

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Medium

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When did Yuri Gagarin, cosmonaut from the Soviet Union made first human spaceflight as well as the first orbital flight of a manned vehicle in history?

April 12, 1961

May 16, 1962

June 20, 1959

It wasn`t Yuri Gagarin

Correct Answer

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Hard

1

How old is the universe?

It is not known yet.

5,21 Billion Years

20 Billion Years

13,77 Billion Years

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Hard

1

How old is the universe?

It is not known yet.

5,21 Billion Years

20 Billion Years

13,77 Billion Years

Correct Answer

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Hard

2

In which Galaxy our Solar System is ?

Elliptical Galaxy

Milky Way Galaxy

Andromeda Galaxy

Solar Galaxy

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Hard

2

In which Galaxy our Solar System is ?

Elliptical Galaxy

Milky Way Galaxy

Andromeda Galaxy

Solar Galaxy

A view of the Milky Way (including the Galactic Center) as seen from a non-light polluted area (the Black Rock Desert, Nevada).

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Hard

3

Who has given name for the Pluto ?

Anonym, who left a note on the discoverer`s table

Alexander Broomskin, one of the discoverers of the Pluto.

Venetia Burney, an eleven-year-old schoolgirl in Oxford, England.

Katherine Brown , discoverer`s wife and professor of the mythology.

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Hard

3

Who has given name for the Pluto ?

Anonym, who left a note on the discoverer`s table

Alexander Broomskin, one of the discoverers of the Pluto.

Venetia Burney, an eleven-year-old schoolgirl in Oxford, England.

Katherine Brown , discoverer`s wife and professor of the mythology.

Venetia Burney at age 11

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Hard

4

There are planets, that we can see without using any devices (Naked-eye). Which are they ?

Venus, Jupiter, Mars

Mercury, Mars, Venus, Uranus

Mercury, Venus, Mars

Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn

Show the correct answer

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Hard

4

There are planets, that we can see without using any devices (Naked-eye). Which are they ?

Venus, Jupiter, Mars

That is how they were discovered by ancient civilizations.

Uranus and Neptune were discovered using telescopes.

Mercury, Mars, Venus, Uranus

Mercury, Venus, Mars

Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn

Correct Answer

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Very Hard

There are a meteors, a meteoroids, a meteorites. What is the difference between them ?

A meteor is the flash of light that we see in the night sky when a small chunk of interplanetary debris burns up as it passes through our atmosphere. The debris is called a meteoroid. If any part of a meteoroid lands on Earth, it is called a meteorite.

There`s no differences between them. In different regions they are called differently, so instead of one name of this solar body appeared various.

A meteoriteis the flash of light that we see in the night sky when a small chunk of interplanetary debris burns up as it passes through our atmosphere. The debris is called a meteor. If any part of a meteoroid lands on Earth, it is called a meteoroid.

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1

Very Hard

There are a meteors, a meteoroids, a meteorites. What is the difference between them ?

A meteor is the flash of light that we see in the night sky when a small chunk of interplanetary debris burns up as it passes through our atmosphere. The debris is called a meteoroid. If any part of a meteoroid lands on Earth, it is called a meteorite.

There`s no differences between them. In different regions they are called differently, so instead of one name of this solar body appeared various.

A meteoriteis the flash of light that we see in the night sky when a small chunk of interplanetary debris burns up as it passes through our atmosphere. The debris is called a meteor. If any part of a meteoroid lands on Earth, it is called a meteoroid.

Correct Answer

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Very Hard

Galaxy names are identified by a group of letters and numbers. What do they stand for?

The letters indicate name of inventor of the galaxy. The numbers following the letters are given by discoverer himself.

The letters indicate the catalog listing of the galaxies. The numbers following the letters indicate a galaxy’s entry in the catalog.

Letters and numbers are given by special computer program which is in use in all observatories where new galaxies can be discovered.

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Very Hard

Galaxy names are identified by a group of letters and numbers. What do they stand for?

The most common catalog is NGC, which stands for New General Catalog.

Other catalogs include M(Messier), ESO(European Southern Observatory), IRAS(Infrared Astronomical Satellite), Mrk(Markarian), and UGC (Uppsala General Catalog).

The letters indicate name of inventor of the galaxy. The numbers following the letters are given by discoverer himself.

The letters indicate the catalog listing of the galaxies. The numbers following the letters indicate a galaxy’s entry in the catalog.

Letters and numbers are given by special computer program which is in use in all observatories where new galaxies can be discovered.

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Very Hard

A constellation is….

In modern astronomy, an internationally defined area of the celestial sphere.

In modern astronomy, internationally defined group of planetary systems.

In modern astronomy, a group of stars with same structure.

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Very Hard

A constellation is….

In modern astronomy, an internationally defined area of the celestial sphere.

In modern astronomy, internationally defined group of planetary systems.

In modern astronomy, a group of stars with same structure.

The constellation Orion as it can be seen by the naked eye. Lines have been added.

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Very Hard

What is a supernova?

The explosive birth of a star, which unleashes a burst of light through the cosmos.

The explosive collide of two stars, which unleashes a burst of cosmic energy through the cosmos.

The explosive death of a star, which unleashes a burst of light through the cosmos.

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Very Hard

What is a Supernova?

The explosive birth of a star, which unleashes a burst of light through the cosmos.

The explosive collide of two stars, which unleashes a burst of cosmic energy through the cosmos.

The Crab Nebula was a star once. It exploded as a supernova in 1054, and was so bright that it was visible during the day for 23 days and at night for two years. At its center is the Crab Pulsar: a rapidly spinning neutron star.

The explosive death of a star, which unleashes a burst of light through the cosmos.

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Extra

1

What do these signs mean ?

These signs are not connected to astronomy or cosmology

Astronomical signs, used to denote months

Symbols, used to denote constellations

Symbols, used to denote planets of Solar System.

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Extra

1

What do these signs mean ?

These signs are not connected to astronomy or cosmology

Astronomical signs, used to denote months

Symbols, used to denote constellations

Symbols, used to denote planets of Solar System.

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Extra

2

What is NASA?

The agency of the United States government that is responsible for the nation's civilian space program and for aeronautics and aerospace research.

The University and Research center of the United States government that is responsible for the nation's civilian space program and for aeronautics and aerospace research.

Non-governmental international association of scientists , that is formed to do aerospace researches.

The special space development program of the United States government that is responsible for the aeronautics and aerospace research.

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Extra

2

What is NASA?

The agency of the United States government that is responsible for the nation's civilian space program and for aeronautics and aerospace research.

The University and Research center of the United States government that is responsible for the nation's civilian space program and for aeronautics and aerospace research.

Non-governmental international association of scientists , that is formed to do aerospace researches.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

The special space development program of the United States government that is responsible for the aeronautics and aerospace research.

Motto: For the Benefit of All

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Extra

3

To whom belong these words ?"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."

Yuri Gagarin, Soviet Union Astronaut

Neil Armstrong, American astronaut

Michael Collins, Australian astronaut

Charles Bolden, administrator of the NASA

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Extra

3

To whom belong these words ?"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."

Yuri Gagarin, Soviet Union Astronaut

Neil Armstrong, American astronaut

Michael Collins, Australian astronaut

Charles Bolden, administrator of the NASA

The first person to walk on the Moon.

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Extra

4

What is the Black Hole ?

A black hole is a region of space without any gravity.

A black hole is a remainder of planet, which has collapsed and its own gravity now prevents anything from escaping – even a ray of light.

A black hole is a region of space packed with so much matter that its own gravity prevents anything from escaping – even a ray of light.

A region in spacetime that cannot be viewed in normal spectrum.

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Extra

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What is the Black Hole ?

A black hole is a region of space without any gravity.

A black hole is a remainder of planet, which has collapsed and its own gravity now prevents anything from escaping – even a ray of light.

A black hole is a region of space packed with so much matter that its own gravity prevents anything from escaping – even a ray of light.

A region in spacetime that cannot be viewed in normal spectrum.

Simulated view of a black hole (center) in front of the Large Magellanic Cloud.

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