Jeopardy introduction to astronomy

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Jeopardy introduction to astronomy

  1. 1. Jeopardy Review Movement in Other Objects Shadows & SeasonsVocabulary Ancient Views the Sky in the Sky 300 400
  2. 2. 100 PointsThis is the illusionary line created between thesky and ground. Answer | Back | Music
  3. 3. 200 PointsThis object in the sky may natural or man made. Answer | Back | Music
  4. 4. 300 PointsEven though this happens theNorthern hemisphere is inwinter. Answer | Back | Music
  5. 5. 400 PointsWhat does the angle of separation measure? Answer | Back | Music
  6. 6. 500 PointsThis is what the path of the sun is called whenobserved over the course of a year. Answer | Back | Music
  7. 7. 100 PointsFor Ancient man these two occupations were done by the same person. Answer | Back | Music
  8. 8. 200 PointsThis person was credited with the Geocentricview of the Solar system. Answer | Back | Music
  9. 9. 300 PointsWhile not the first to endorse the Heliocentricview, his observations of moons helpedconvince others that it was correct. Answer | Back | Music
  10. 10. 400 PointsWhat did this person help prove even though hedid not really believe it? Answer | Back | Music
  11. 11. 500 PointsThis is the main reason people even today thinkthe sun moves around the earth. Answer | Back | Music
  12. 12. 100 PointsWhy does the Sun appear to move acrossthe Sky? Answer | Back | Music
  13. 13. 200 PointsThere are this many ways to count/calculate thelength of one Earth year. Answer | Back | Music
  14. 14. 300 PointsThese are ways the earth moves as it orbits thesun. (at least two) Answer | Back | Music
  15. 15. 400 PointsThe sun appears to move East to West becauseof this. Answer | Back | Music
  16. 16. 500 PointsHow long does it take for the Earth to make onecomplete rotation? revolution? Answer | Back | Music
  17. 17. 100 PointsWhat is a star ? Answer | Back | Music
  18. 18. 200 PointsThese groupings of billions of solar systems areso far away sometimes they are thought to bestars. Answer | Back | Music
  19. 19. 300 PointsOn a clear night we can two to three of these anhour, more if we pass through the tail of a comet. Answer | Back | Music
  20. 20. 400 PointsThese objects were given the name meaning"wanderers" because they seemed to moveback and forth across the sky. Answer | Back | Music
  21. 21. 500 PointsWhat is another name for the north star? Why is itimportant? Answer | Back | Music
  22. 22. 100 PointsWhat season has the biggest angle ofseparation? Answer | Back | Music
  23. 23. 200 PointsWhen in the day are shadows the longest? Answer | Back | Music
  24. 24. 300 PointsWhat causes shadows to change size? Answer | Back | Music
  25. 25. 400 PointsWhat are the Shadows like in the Winter? Answer | Back | Music
  26. 26. 500 PointsLabel the Four Seasons in the NorthernHemisphere. Answer | Back | Music
  27. 27. 100 PointsWhat is Horizon? Score | Back
  28. 28. 200 PointsWhat is a Satellite? Score | Back
  29. 29. 300 Points What is Perigee? Score | Back
  30. 30. 400 PointsThe distance of an object in the sky to the horizon. Score | Back
  31. 31. 500 PointsWhat is an Annalemma? Score | Back
  32. 32. 100 PointsWhat are astronomers and astrologers? Score | Back
  33. 33. 200 PointsWho was Ptolemy? Score | Back
  34. 34. 300 PointsWho was Galileo? Score | Back
  35. 35. 400 PointsWhat is an Heliocentric elliptical orbit? Score | Back
  36. 36. 500 PointsThe sun appears to move across the sky becausewe cannot feel the movement of the earth. Score | Back
  37. 37. 100 PointsBecause of the Earths rotation on its axis. Score | Back
  38. 38. 200 PointsThere are three ways Sidereal, Tropical, and anomalous. Score | Back
  39. 39. 300 Pointswhat are Counterclockwise, orbital plane,axial tilt. Score | Back
  40. 40. 400 PointsOur rotation that is west to east. Score | Back
  41. 41. 500 PointsIt takes the Earth 24 hours or 1 day to make acomplete rotation on its axis, and 365.25 days. Score | Back
  42. 42. 100 PointsA star is a ball of hot, glowing gases that isvery, very far away fromEarth. Score | Back
  43. 43. 200 PointsWhat are Galaxies? Score | Back
  44. 44. 300 PointsWhat are meteors? Score | Back
  45. 45. 400 PointsWha What are the planets? Score | Back
  46. 46. 500 PointsAnother name for the north star is Polaris,the earths axis always points towards thisstar, because of this we can navigate (tellthe latitude one is at by this star). Score | Back
  47. 47. 100 PointsThe summer season has the biggest angleof separation. Score | Back
  48. 48. 200 PointsAt Sunrise and Sunset or the beginning and endof the day. Score | Back
  49. 49. 300 PointsShadows change size when the suns positionchanges in the sky. Score | Back
  50. 50. 400 PointsThe Winter shadows are longer and out forless time. Score | Back
  51. 51. 500 PointsWinter Spring Summer Fall Score | Back
  52. 52. ScoresTeam 1 Team 2 Team 3Team 4 Team 5 Team 6 Team 7 Back
  53. 53. Daily Double!!! Please pick up a pen from the pen tray and, in the box below, write down the amount that you are willing to wager. Go To Daily Double Question | Back | Music
  54. 54. Daily Double!!!Label the Four Seasons in the NorthernHemisphere. FallSummer Winter Spring Go To Daily Double Answer | Back | Music
  55. 55. Daily Double!!! Insert answer to Daily Double here.Winter Spring Summer Fall Score | Back

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