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Universe Review Game Ppt

  1. 1. Review Game The Universe Click here for game board
  2. 2. Stars - 1 NEXT
  3. 3. NEXT Stars - 2
  4. 4. NEXT Planets
  5. 5. Universe NEXT
  6. 6. Constellations NEXT
  7. 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. 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. 9. Stars 1 Question for 10 Points What does magnitude measure? Answer Back to Board
  10. 10. Stars 1 Question for 15 Points Nuclear fusion slows down during what stage in the star life cycle? Answer Back to Board
  11. 11. Stars 1 Question for 20 Points Why do stars appear to move in the sky? Answer Back to Board
  12. 12. Stars 1 Question for 25 Points Describe the process of nuclear fusion. Answer Back to Board
  13. 13. Stars 2 Question for 5 Points Our Sun is a an example of what type of star? Answer Back to Board
  14. 14. Stars 2 Question for 10 Points True or False A supernova is an explosion of a super giant. Answer Back to Board
  15. 15. Stars 2 Question for 15 Points What is a stars’ brightness as we see it from Earth called? Answer Back to Board
  16. 16. Stars 2 Question for 20 Points Name the order of stars from coolest to hottest. Answer Back to Board
  17. 17. Stars 2 Question for 25 Points When do we say “a star is born?” Answer Back to Board
  18. 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. 19. Planets Question for 10 Points What is the name of the planet that appears green in color? Answer Back to Board
  20. 20. Planets Question for 15 Points Which planet is the hottest and why? Answer Back to Board
  21. 21. Planets Question for 20 Points Name all of the planets in order from the Sun. Answer Back to Board
  22. 22. Planets Question for 25 Points What 2 factors determine the temperature of a planet? Answer Back to Board
  23. 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. 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. 25. Universe Question for 15 Points What unit of measure is used to measure distances between stars? Answer Back to Board
  26. 26. Universe Question for 20 Points What does an astronomical unit measure the distance between? Answer Back to Board
  27. 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. 28. Constellations Question for 5 Points Who named the constellations? Answer Back to Board
  29. 29. Constellations Question for 10 Points What constellation can be found in Ursa Major? Answer Back to Board
  30. 30. Constellations Question for 15 Points What constellation can the whole planet see part of every night? Answer Back to Board
  31. 31. Constellations Question for 20 Points What is the story of the constellation Orion? Answer Back to Board
  32. 32. Constellations Question for 25 Points What does the name “Ursa Major” mean? Answer Back to Board
  33. 33. "Out of this World" Show Question Final Question…
  34. 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. 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. 36. It’s color! Back to Board
  37. 37. The brightness of a star! Back to Board
  38. 38. The Red Giant Stage! Back to Board
  39. 39. The stars appear to move because the Earth is moving! Back to Board
  40. 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. 41. A mid-sized star! Back to Board
  42. 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. 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. 44. Red Orange Yellow White Blue Back to Board
  45. 45. A star is born when nuclear fusion begins and the star shines! Back to Board
  46. 46. Jupiter! Back to Board
  47. 47. Uranus! Back to Board
  48. 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. 49. Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Ceres Pluto Eris Back to Board
  50. 50. A planets’ distance from the sun and it’s atmosphere! Back to Board
  51. 51. Billions of stars make up galaxies and billions of galaxies make up the universe ! Back to Board
  52. 52. An Asteroid! Back to Board
  53. 53. Light Year! Back to Board
  54. 54. Earth to the Sun! Back to Board
  55. 55. Milky Way is the name of our Galaxy! Spiral is the type of Galaxy we live in! Back to Board
  56. 56. Greeks! Back to Board
  57. 57. Big Dipper! Back to Board
  58. 58. Orion! Back to Board
  59. 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. 60. Big Bear Or Great Bear! Back to Board
  61. 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. 62. THANKS FOR PLAYING! GREAT JOB! NOW STUDY,STUDY,STUDY!   

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