A_Quiz13(Fa07)

A_Quiz13(Fa07) - SURVEY OF ASTRONOMY 806243 Quiz Score: /10...

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URVEY OF A STRONOMY 806–243 Name: _________________________ Quiz Score: /10 = _______% Section: _________________________ ASTRONOMY 806-243 QUIZ 13 ________ 1. Cassini recently took a picture of this Saturnian Moon showing a sponge-like appearance. a) Titan b) Mimas c) Rhea d) Hyperion e) Enceledus. ________ 2. Which of the following statements is false? a) Most planetary satellites are tidally locked to their planet. b) The Galilean Satellites are likely asteroids captured by Jupiter. c) A heavily cratered surface is an old surface. d) Pluto is probably an escaped moon of Neptune. e) None of the above. ________ 3. This is the largest known asteroid with a diameter of about 940 km. a) Hale-Bopp b) Ceres c) Io d) Deimos e) Charon ________ 4. The Kuiper Belt is a large spherical cloud of comets about 50,000 AU from the Sun., where most comets reside. a) True b) False ________ 5. The structure of a comet includes: a) Dust tail; coma; nucleus; spheroid b) Nucleus; coma; dust tail; gas tail
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2008 for the course ASTRO 112 taught by Professor Burns during the Spring '08 term at MATC Madison.

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