earth science quiz number 6

earth science quiz number 6 - Question1.6 (Points:1)

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Question 1.6  (Points: 1)      Match names with identifying characteristics.  Column preview asteroid meteoroid meteor meteorite fireball Matching pairs asteroid meteoroid meteor meteorite fireball
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2. Question 2.6  (Points: 1)      Interplanetary dust particles - the Solar System's smallest meteoroids - are composed of  1. sulfide minerals 2. carbonate minerals 3. silicate minerals 4. ice   Save Answer     3. Question 3.6  (Points: 1)      The Leonids meteor showers are associate with the tail of the comet  1. Halley 2. Hale-Bopp 3. Shoemaker-Levy 4. Temple-Tuttle   Save Answer  
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4. Question 4.6  (Points: 1)      The high temperature erosional process by which small masses of a meteoroid are removed during  atmospheric descent is called Fill in the Blank 01.    Save Answer     5. Question 5.6  (Points: 1)      Meteorites of Mercury, Venus and Mars have all been recovered on Earth's surface. 
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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 6 - Question1.6 (Points:1)

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