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Sunspots are[CHECK ALL THAT APPLY]Select one or more:A. associated with strong magnetic fields.B. regions of the Sun that are hotter than the general photosphere temperature of about5800 degrees.C. found to vary over a cycle of about 11 years with many more sunspots beingobserved at the maximum of the cycle.D. seen in active regions of the Sun that appear very bright in ultraviolet images from theSOHO spacecraft.
Evidence for the "Big Bang" theory of the universe come from[CHECK ALL THAT APPLY]
An object which contains the entire mass of a star like the Sun compressed into anobject about the size of the Earth is calledSelect one:
Observations of the transits of extrasolar planets have been used to[CHECK ALL THAT APPLY]
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5 According to the nebular theory for the formation of the solar systemSelect one:A. planets should be rotating in the same direction as they orbit the SunB. planets can be rotating in any random direction compared to the direction they orbitthe SunC. planets should be rotating in the opposite direction to the direction they orbit the Sun-Coriolis effectD. no prediction is made as to the directions of rotations of the planets
6 The solar nebula isSelect one:
7 A star with a mass 10 times that of the SunHigh-mass stars live shorter lives becausetheir high luminosities mean they exhaust their nuclear fuelmore quickly.Select one:

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Term
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Professor
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Solar System, Gas Giant, Planet, d, Extrasolar planet
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