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Enjoy Astronomy Jeopardy • Choose players or groups - Individuals or Teams can play! • One team chooses a question and dollar amount…that team must answer the question! Other teams can attempt to answer the question and steal points if possible. • Answers are written on the dry erase board – only show an answer when told. • Teacher or MC reads the “answer” completely, then contestants can respond – you will have 30 sec. to write down an answer. • After a response is given by a player, click anywhere on the slide to see the correct response. • Scores can be recorded by the teacher or MC. • Then, click “To Game Board” and continue the game until all categories are finished.
Game Board $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 Final Jeopardy $500 $500 $500 $500 $500
$100 The smallest of the planets
$100 To Game Board What is Mercury?
$200 Separates the inner and outer planets
$200 To Game Board What is the asteroid belt?
$300 Has a giant red spot believed to be storms
$300 To Game Board What is Jupiter?
$400 The hottest of all planets
$400 To Game Board What is Venus?
$500 Has the largest volcano in the entire solar system
$500 To Game Board What is Mars?
$100 The color of the hottest stars
$100 To Game Board What is Blue.
$200 The color of the coolest stars
$200 To Game Board What is Red
$300 The age of the sun
$300 To Game Board 4 – 5 billion years old
$400 The next stage in the Sun’s life cycle
$400 To Game Board Red Giant
$500 The final stage in the life cycle of our Sun
$500 To Game Board White Dwarf
$100 The Sun is mostly made of these two elements
$100 To Game Board Hydrogen & Helium
$200 Another name for the surface of the sun
$200 To Game Board Photosphere
$300 These are cooler parts of the sun and change in number from one day to another
$300 To Game Board Sunspots
$400 This is the process going on inside of the Sun that produces energy
$400 To Game Board Nuclear Fusion
$500 The Earth is protected from the Solar Winds by this
$500 To Game Board The Electromagnetic Field
$100 These objects are found orbiting the sun between Mars and Jupiter
$100 To Game Board Asteriods
$200 This force lengthens a comets tail as it gets closer to the Sun.
$200 To Game Board The Solar Winds
$300 The correct term used to describe Pluto today.
$300 To Game Board Dwarf Planet
$400 The name for a piece of an asteroid that has hit the Earth’s surface.
$400 To Game Board Meteorite
$500 The origin of comets
$500 To Game Board The Kuiper Belt or Oort Cloud
$100 The name of the galaxy we are part of
$100 To Game Board The Milky Way
$200 Of the three types of galaxies, the one that most likely describes our own.
$200 To Game Board A Spiral Galaxy
$300 This word describes the orbit of celestial objects.
$300 To Game Board Eliptical
$400 The location of our Solar System within our galaxy