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Grade 4 :: Universe by Jenniepoo
Grade 6 :: Universe by mrtjackson
Choose the FALSE statement about the Milky Way Galaxy.
  1. It is a spiral galaxy.
  2. It is billions of years old.
  3. It contains billions of stars.
  4. It is actually a cluster of galaxies.
Grade 6 :: Universe by mrtjackson
Grade 1 :: Universe by Ms_Bee
The name of the galaxy where Earth is:
  1. constellation
  2. Milky Way
  3. stars
  4. Kuiper's Belt
Grade 6 :: Universe by mrtjackson
Of the pairs of galaxies listed in the answer choices, which is the closest to the Milky Way Galaxy?
  1. Large Magellanic Cloud; Andromeda Galaxy
  2. Andromeda Galaxy; Canis Major Dwarf Galaxy
  3. Large Magellanic Cloud; Small Magellanic Cloud
Grade 4 :: Universe by Severud
Studying the stars & planets can help people to do which things? Mark all correct answers.
  1. Make calendars
  2. Tell time
  3. Know what food to eat
  4. Tell if a storm is coming
  5. Show directions like a compass
Grade 6 :: Universe by mrtjackson
Grade 9 :: Universe by LBeth
The diagram below shows
Hubble Sequence #2
  1. the evolutionary sequence of stars
  2. the evolutionary sequence of galaxies
  3. the morphological classification of stars
  4. the morphological classification of galaxies
Grade 9 :: Universe by LBeth

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The Hubble sequence classifies galaxies based upon their
  1. age
  2. size
  3. morphology
  4. number of stars
Grade 9 :: Universe by LBeth

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Grade 9 :: Universe by LBeth

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The major difference between an E3 galaxy and an E7 galaxy is
  1. E3 is more elliptical in shape than E7
  2. E7 is more elliptical in shape than E3
  3. E3 has barred spiral arms and E7 does not
  4. E7 has barred spiral arms and E3 does not
Grade 9 :: Universe by LBeth

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M95 is classified as a SBb galaxy. Andromeda galaxy is classified as Sb. The difference in classification indicates which of the following?
  1. M95 is a barred galaxy and Andromeda is not
  2. Andromeda is a barred galaxy and M95 is not
  3. M95 has more tightly wound spiral arms than Andromeda
  4. Andromeda has more tightly wound spiral arms than M95
Grade 9 :: Universe by LBeth

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Which description best fits a SBc galaxy?
  1. spiral with tightly wound arms
  2. spiral with loosely wound arms
  3. barred spiral with tightly wound arms
  4. barred spiral with loosely wound arms
Grade 9 :: Universe by LBeth

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From right to left, the Hubble sequence shows
  1. elliptical, lenticular, and spiral galaxies
  2. spiral, lenticular, and elliptical galaxies.
  3. elliptical, irregular, and spiral galaxies
  4. spiral, irregular, and elliptical galaxies.
Grade 9 :: Universe by LBeth

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