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