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  • 1. Review Game The Universe Click here for game board
  • 2. Stars - 1 NEXT
  • 3. NEXT Stars - 2
  • 4. NEXT Planets
  • 5. Universe NEXT
  • 6. Constellations NEXT
  • 7. 15 20 25 5 10 Stars 1 Stars 2 Planets Universe Constella-tions 5 5 5 5 10 10 10 10 15 15 15 15 20 20 20 25 25 25 25 20 Let's Review! Team One Team Two Team scores Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six "Out of This World!" THE END
  • 8. It’s Color Stars 1 Question for 5 Points What can you tell about a star based on it’s surface temperature? Answer Back to Board
  • 9. Stars 1 Question for 10 Points What does magnitude measure? Answer Back to Board
  • 10. Stars 1 Question for 15 Points Nuclear fusion slows down during what stage in the star life cycle? Answer Back to Board
  • 11. Stars 1 Question for 20 Points Why do stars appear to move in the sky? Answer Back to Board
  • 12. Stars 1 Question for 25 Points Describe the process of nuclear fusion. Answer Back to Board
  • 13. Stars 2 Question for 5 Points Our Sun is a an example of what type of star? Answer Back to Board
  • 14. Stars 2 Question for 10 Points True or False A supernova is an explosion of a super giant. Answer Back to Board
  • 15. Stars 2 Question for 15 Points What is a stars’ brightness as we see it from Earth called? Answer Back to Board
  • 16. Stars 2 Question for 20 Points Name the order of stars from coolest to hottest. Answer Back to Board
  • 17. Stars 2 Question for 25 Points When do we say “a star is born?” Answer Back to Board
  • 18. Planets Question for 5 Points What is the name of the planet with the most mass and the strongest force of gravity? Answer Back to Board
  • 19. Planets Question for 10 Points What is the name of the planet that appears green in color? Answer Back to Board
  • 20. Planets Question for 15 Points Which planet is the hottest and why? Answer Back to Board
  • 21. Planets Question for 20 Points Name all of the planets in order from the Sun. Answer Back to Board
  • 22. Planets Question for 25 Points What 2 factors determine the temperature of a planet? Answer Back to Board
  • 23. Universe Question for 5 Points Fill in the blanks… Billions of stars make up_________ and billions of ____________ make up the ________________. Answer Back to Board
  • 24. Universe Question for 10 Points What do we call a small body of rock and metal that orbits the Sun? Answer Back to Board
  • 25. Universe Question for 15 Points What unit of measure is used to measure distances between stars? Answer Back to Board
  • 26. Universe Question for 20 Points What does an astronomical unit measure the distance between? Answer Back to Board
  • 27. Universe Question for 25 Points What is the name and type of galaxy that Earth is in, in the Universe? Answer Back to Board
  • 28. Constellations Question for 5 Points Who named the constellations? Answer Back to Board
  • 29. Constellations Question for 10 Points What constellation can be found in Ursa Major? Answer Back to Board
  • 30. Constellations Question for 15 Points What constellation can the whole planet see part of every night? Answer Back to Board
  • 31. Constellations Question for 20 Points What is the story of the constellation Orion? Answer Back to Board
  • 32. Constellations Question for 25 Points What does the name “Ursa Major” mean? Answer Back to Board
  • 33. "Out of this World" Show Question Final Question…
  • 34. “ Out of This World!” Back to Board 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 Describe in detail the life cycle of a mid-sized star like our sun. Answer
  • 35. Authored by Jeff Ertzberger - 2004 University of North Carolina at Wilmington All rights reserved. All Clipart and Sounds Copyright Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Office Gallery Online – All Rights Reserved.  Some images have been modified from original version. This presentation may not be sold, or redistributed without written permission, and may only be used for non-profit educational use. Using and Distributing this Template You are free to use this template in non-profit educational settings. Be sure to check Jeff Ertzberger’s digital templates web site for even more template games and great resources. http://people.uncw.edu/ertzbergerj/msgames.htm End It
  • 36. It’s color! Back to Board
  • 37. The brightness of a star! Back to Board
  • 38. The Red Giant Stage! Back to Board
  • 39. The stars appear to move because the Earth is moving! Back to Board
  • 40. Nuclear Fusion occurs when heat and pressure build in the nebula causing 4 hydrogen nuclei to fuse together to create 1 helium. This process creates heat and light energy. A STAR IS BORN! Back to Board
  • 41. A mid-sized star! Back to Board
  • 42. True! A massive star burns blue for 1-20 million years then turns into a super giant, then explodes into a supernova. Back to Board
  • 43. Apparent magnitude! That is how bright the star appears to us from Earth. Remember…absolute magnitude is how bright the star really is! Back to Board
  • 44. Red Orange Yellow White Blue Back to Board
  • 45. A star is born when nuclear fusion begins and the star shines! Back to Board
  • 46. Jupiter! Back to Board
  • 47. Uranus! Back to Board
  • 48. Venus is the hottest planet because it has a thick atmosphere of carbon dioxide clouds that trap the heat from the sun! Back to Board
  • 49. Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Ceres Pluto Eris Back to Board
  • 50. A planets’ distance from the sun and it’s atmosphere! Back to Board
  • 51. Billions of stars make up galaxies and billions of galaxies make up the universe ! Back to Board
  • 52. An Asteroid! Back to Board
  • 53. Light Year! Back to Board
  • 54. Earth to the Sun! Back to Board
  • 55. Milky Way is the name of our Galaxy! Spiral is the type of Galaxy we live in! Back to Board
  • 56. Greeks! Back to Board
  • 57. Big Dipper! Back to Board
  • 58. Orion! Back to Board
  • 59. Orion was a handsome hunter who fell in love with the Goddess Artemis. Artemis accidentally killed him and placed him in the night sky! Back to Board
  • 60. Big Bear Or Great Bear! Back to Board
  • 61. A star is born in a nebula which is a cloud of dust and gas held together by gravity. As heat and pressure increase, nuclear fusion occurs fusing 4 hydrogen nuclei together to form 1 helium. Heat and light energy are released and A STAR IS BORN! A mid-sized star like our sun will burn yellow for about 10 billion years. After 10 billion years it will become a Red Giant . In the Red Giant stage, nuclear fusion slows because it’s hydrogen is used up. The temperature drops and it loses it’s outer gas layers. Left behind is a hot, dense core called a white dwarf . When the white dwarf burns out, a black dwarf remains which has no fuel left and is a DEAD STAR! Back to Board
  • 62. THANKS FOR PLAYING! GREAT JOB! NOW STUDY,STUDY,STUDY!   