Earth Science quiz number 3

Earth Science quiz number 3 - Save Answer 6. Question 6.3...

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1. Question 1.3 (Points: 1) The twinkle of a star, as seen from Earth, is due to 1. oscillations in the star's light spectrum 2. turbulence in Earth's atmosphere 3. a distorted telescope lens Save Answer 2. Question 2.3 (Points: 1) The aperture of any telescope is determined by the Fill in the Blank 01 of the glass lens or mirror. Save Answer 3. Question 3.3  (Points: 1)       The Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope is mounted on:  1. Mauna Loa, Hawaii
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2. Mauna Kea, Hawaii 3. Mont Blanc, France 4. Mont Cluses, France 5. Mt. Albert, Gaspe, Quebec   Save Answer   4. Question 4.3  (Points: 1)       Wavelengths of gamma energy are longer than radio energy wavelengths  TrueFalse    Save Answer   5. Question 5.3  (Points: 1)       Match the name with the deed  Column preview Konstantin Tsiolkovskii
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5. Question 5.3  (Points: 1)     Robert Goddard Wernher von Braun Matching pairs Konstantin Tsiolkovskii Robert Goddard Wernher von Braun
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Unformatted text preview: Save Answer 6. Question 6.3 (Points: 1) Fill in the Blank 01 velocity is the name given to the velocity needed to achieve balance between gravity's pull on the satellite and the inertia of the satellite's motion. Save Answer 7. Question 7.3 (Points: 1) The most distant point from Earth of either an orbiting rocket or a satellite is called the 1. far point 2. perigee 3. apogee 4. geocentric point 8. Question 8.3 (Points: 1) Sputnik 1 was the first satellite to orbit Moon. TrueFalse Save Answer 9. Question 9.3 (Points: 1) On December 24, 2004 the Cassini orbiter released the space probe Huygens, designed to land on the satellite 1. Titan (orbiting Saturn) 2. Europa (orbiting Jupiter) 3. Io (orbiting Jupiter) 4. Tethys (orbiting Saturn)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2010 for the course EARTH SCIE 100 taught by Professor Nei during the Spring '10 term at UWO.

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Earth Science quiz number 3 - Save Answer 6. Question 6.3...

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