Stars and Galaxies Review - GradeBookWizard

Stars and Galaxies Review - GradeBookWizard

Stars and Galaxies Review What type of Star: What does a medium sized main sequence star become when fusion slows down? A Red Giant

What type of Star: What does a medium sized star become after all fusion stops? A planetary nebula and then a white dwarf What type of Star: What

is the very first stage that all stars go through? Nebula What type of Star: What is a small, medium, or large star called when it is fusing hydrogen into helium? A main sequence star

What type of Star: What is a large star called when fusion slows down and it begins to fuse heavier elements? A red super giant What type of Star: What

type of star would have these characterstics: Color-white Diameter-1.5x solar diameter Mass-1.5x solar mass Elements-hydrogen and helium Main Sequence

What type of Star: What type of star would have these characterstics: Color-blue Diameter-2x solar diameter Mass-2x solar mass Elements-hydrogen and helium

Main Sequence What type of Star: What type of star would have these characterstics: Color-red Diameter-600x solar diameter

Mass-1.5x solar mass Elements-Helium and carbon Red Giant What type of Star: What type of star would have these

characterstics: Color-white Diameter-0.01x solar diameter Mass-1.5x solar mass Elements-Helium and carbon White dwarfs Which stars have the hottest

but dimmest stars? White Dwarfs Which group of stars have the coolest but the brightest stars? Red Super giants and Giants Which group of stars does our Sun belong to?

Main Sequence Stars Which group of stars has both the hottest and brightest and the coolest and dimmest stars? Main Sequence Stars What type of shift?

Red Shift What type of shift? Red shift Is this star moving towards the Earth or Away? Towards

What type of shift? Unshifted: 510 Observed: 560 Red Shift What color has the shortest wavelength? Blue (violet)

What color has the longest wavelength? Red What color has the highest energy? Blue (violet) What color has the lowest

energy? Red What is the relationship between wavelength of light and energy? The longer the wavelength the lower the energy. What type of shift?

Unshifted: 600 Observed: 540 Blue shift Is this star moving towards Earth or away? Unshifted: 550 Observed: 480 Towards

Is this star moving towards Earth or away from Earth? Unshifted: 700 Observed: 710 Away What is the lightest element in the Universe? Hydrogen

What is the main fuel for stars? Hydrogen What type of star? Star characteristics Color-White Solar Mass- 2 x mass of the Sun

Solar Diameter- 2 x diameter of the Sun Elements- Hydrogen, Helium Main Sequence What type of star? Star characteristics

Color-White Solar Mass- 1 x mass of the Sun Solar Diameter- 0.02 x diameter of the Sun Elements- Carbon, Helium White Dwarf

What type of star? Star characteristics Color-Red Solar Mass- 1.5 x mass of the Sun Solar Diameter- 250 x diameter of the Sun Elements- Carbon, Helium

Red Giant What type of star? Star characteristics Color-Blue Solar Mass- 1.5 x mass of the Sun

Solar Diameter- 1.5 x diameter of the Sun Elements- Hydrogen, Helium Main Sequence What type of star? Star

characteristics Color-Red Solar Mass- 1 x mass of the Sun Solar Diameter- 1 x diameter of the Sun Elements- Hydrogen, Helium Main Sequence

Name that galaxy: A galaxy that doesnt rotate, is main composed of young stars, dust, and gas. Irregular Galaxy Name that galaxy: A

galaxy that has a dense core with arms that spiral out from the core. Spiral Galaxy Name that galaxy: A galaxy with a central disc that is mainly older stars, it has very little gas and dust. Elliptical Galaxy

What is missing? Birth Adult Old Age ???? 1. Nebula

2. Protostar Main Sequence Red Giant 1. Planetary Nebula 2. White Dwarf Same

Same Red Supergiant 1. ?????? 2. ?????? or 2. ?????? Death

1. Super Nova 2. Neutron Star or 2. Black Hole What is missing? Birth ????? Old Age

Death 1. Nebula 2. Protostar ????? Red Giant 1. Planetary

Nebula 2. White Dwarf Same Same Red Supergiant 1. Super Nova 2. Neutron Star

or 2. Black Hole Adult Main Sequence Star What is missing? Birth Adult

???? Death 1. Nebula 2. Protostar Main Sequence ????

1. Planetary Nebula 2. White Dwarf Same Same ???? 1. Super Nova

2. Neutron Star or 2. Black Hole Old Age Red Giant Red Supergiant What is missing? Birth

Adult Old Age ????? 1. Nebula 2. Protostar Main Sequence

Red Giant 1. ?????? 2. ?????? Same Same Red Supergiant

1. Super Nova 2. Neutron Star or 2. Black Hole Death 1. Planetary Nebula 2. White Dwarf

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