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In the symbol for the Hubble type of a galaxy, SBc, the "B" denotesPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
16.What element is only produced in a supernova explosion?Points Earned:2.0/2.
17.Why can't we see back the whole way to the Big Bang?Points Earned:2.0/2.
18.Which one of the following is FALSE?A) rregular galaxies, although small, often have lots of star formation takingplace in them.B) Spiral galaxies have young stars in their disks.C) Most galaxies appear to be receding from the Milky WayD) Most elliptical galaxies contain only old stars.E) Galaxy collisions destroy most of the stars in the galaxies involved.CorrectAnswer(s):EPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
19.Which one of the following is TRUE?Points Earned:0.0/2.
Which have more massive supermassive black holes, spiral galaxies likeAndromeda or elliptical galaxies like Cygnus A?
E) Neither type of galaxies has supermassiave black holes.Points Earned:2.0/2.
21.The rotation curve of a galaxy is displayed as a plot ofPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
22.Which mysterious phenomena do scientists attribute to dark energy?A) Dark energy causes ALL of the above.B) The creation of the cosmic microwave background.C) The formation of Helium through nucleosynthesis.D) The increasing rate of expansion of the universe.E) Mysterious bonding that holds atoms together.0CorrectAnswer(s):DPoints Earned:2.0/2.

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