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8.How many types of fundamental particles exist? (considering particles and their antiparticles, separately)A) 300B) 12C) 24D) 30E) 6Correct Answer(s):DTable for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
9.Why can’t we see back the whole way to the time the Big Bang expansion began?
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10.What is in this image?Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
11.Where are open clusters found in the Milky Way Galaxy?Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
12.The colors of the Crab nebula are produced by the same elements as usual -- hydrogen, oxygen, sulfur.But what about that blueish haze in the middle of the Crab Nebula?A) It is produced by smashing streams of gas.B) It is a condensing hydrogen cloud.C) We don't know.D) It is produced by accelerated electrons.E) It is primarily from emission lines of oxygen.Correct Answer(s):DTable for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
13.What is a quasar?
C) a region in the quark soup that has a lower temperature than other regionsD) a very luminous source due to a black hole at the center of a galaxy that is quickly growingE) a type of neutron star that is spinning so rapidly that it breaks away from its magnetic fieldTable for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:2.0/2.0
14.Considering the contents of the Universe (including dark matter and dark energy), Hydrogen and HeliumareTable for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:0.0/2.0
15.Most of the stars in the Milky Way Galaxy areTable for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:2.0/2.0

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MILLER,DAVIDEMAN
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Astronomical, Correct Answer, Individual Question, Globular cluster
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