Review: Space

In this lesson we will review the Space topic including; the solar system, orbits, birth and death of stars, element synthesis, the origins of the universe and CMBR.

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Q1.In the equations v = fλ and f = 1/T, identify the units for each quantity in the grid.
velocity, v
frequency, f
λ, wavelength
T, period

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Q2.Calculate the frequency of the CMBR if the wavelength is 3.0mm. (speed of light = 3.0 x 10⁸m/s)

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Q3.Choose the correct times in history for these discoveries.
CMBR detected by Penzias and Wilson
measurement of red shift of galaxies by Hubble
discovery of accelerating expansion of the universe
Sun at the centre of the Solar System

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Q4.The ancient light from the early universe set out on its journey 380,000 years after the Big Bang. It can now be detected in the ___________ region of the electromagnetic spectrum due to ______ shift as space has been ___________ .

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Q5.If data and evidence do not agree with an accepted scientific idea/theory, ......... (Choose 3 that could complete the sentence.)

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

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Q1.In the equations v = fλ and f = 1/T, identify the units for each quantity in the grid.
velocity, v
frequency, f
λ, wavelength
T, period

1/5

Q2.Calculate the frequency of the CMBR if the wavelength is 3.0mm. (speed of light = 3.0 x 10⁸m/s)

2/5

Q3.Choose the correct times in history for these discoveries.
CMBR detected by Penzias and Wilson
measurement of red shift of galaxies by Hubble
discovery of accelerating expansion of the universe
Sun at the centre of the Solar System

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Q4.The ancient light from the early universe set out on its journey 380,000 years after the Big Bang. It can now be detected in the ___________ region of the electromagnetic spectrum due to ______ shift as space has been ___________ .

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Q5.If data and evidence do not agree with an accepted scientific idea/theory, ......... (Choose 3 that could complete the sentence.)

Select three (3) boxes

5/5

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Space Review Lesson

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Q1.Match the celestial object up with the descriptions.
Earth
The Sun
The Milky Way
The Solar System
Nebula

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Q2.Select the stage of a star's life cycle that immediately precedes a supernova explosion.

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Q3.Calculate (to 2 significant figures) the wavelength of microwaves with a frequency of 2.5 x 10⁹Hz. (speed of light = 3.0 x 10⁸m/s)

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Q4.As a dwarf planet moves further from the Sun, which option is correct?

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Q5.The elements formed in a red supergiant could include... (use a periodic table if you need to)

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Q6.A distant galaxy has an extremely high value of red shift. Which of these could NOT be true about the galaxy? (Choose 2)

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Q7.Dark matter and dark energy are ideas for...

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Q8.The two pieces of scientific data that are evidence for supporting a Big Bang origin of the universe are: (choose 2)

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Q9.Put these in order of size, largest first.
iron atom
galaxy
universe
Earth
the object that makes a black hole
Sun
human
hydrogen nucleus

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Space Review Lesson

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Q1.Match the celestial object up with the descriptions.
Earth
The Sun
The Milky Way
The Solar System
Nebula

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Q2.Select the stage of a star's life cycle that immediately precedes a supernova explosion.

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Q3.Calculate (to 2 significant figures) the wavelength of microwaves with a frequency of 2.5 x 10⁹Hz. (speed of light = 3.0 x 10⁸m/s)

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Q4.As a dwarf planet moves further from the Sun, which option is correct?

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Q5.The elements formed in a red supergiant could include... (use a periodic table if you need to)

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Q6.A distant galaxy has an extremely high value of red shift. Which of these could NOT be true about the galaxy? (Choose 2)

Select two (2) boxes

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Q7.Dark matter and dark energy are ideas for...

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Q8.The two pieces of scientific data that are evidence for supporting a Big Bang origin of the universe are: (choose 2)

Select two (2) boxes

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Q9.Put these in order of size, largest first.
iron atom
galaxy
universe
Earth
the object that makes a black hole
Sun
human
hydrogen nucleus

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