JeopardyVocab    Lesson 1   Lesson 2   Lesson 3   Lesson 4Q $100    Q $100     Q $100     Q $100    Q $100Q $200    Q $200...
$100 Question from VocabularayAn AU is the average distance between    A. Pluto and the Sun    B. Pluto and Mercury    C. ...
$100 Answer from VocabularayC. Earth and the Sun
$200 Question from Vocabularay  Chunks of ice orbiting a gas giant’s equator are called        A. moons        B. comets  ...
$200 Answer from Vocabularay  D. rings
$300 Question from VocabularayA brief streak of light from a falling space object is a     A. meteor     B. meteorite     ...
$300 Answer from VocabularayD. coma
$400 Question from VocabularayA meteorite is     A. a small meteor     B. a meteor-like space object     C. a streak of li...
$400 Answer from VocabularayD. a fallen space object on Earth’s surface
$500 Question from VocabularayTRUE OR FALSE:Changes in a planet’s crust caused by movementof the planet’s mantle are there...
$500 Answer from Vocabularay   FALSE, Tectonics.
$100 Question from Lesson 1Which of these best describes the relationships amongthe planets in our solar system?        A....
$100 Answer from Lesson 1A. The inner planets are closer    together than the outer planets.
$200 Question from Lesson 1Which of the following lists some of the objects in thesolar system from smallest to largest?  ...
$200 Answer from Lesson 1A. asteroid, Earth, Sun
$300 Question from Lesson 1How would you describe the orbits of the planets, asteroids, and comets?     A. They form spher...
$300 Answer from Lesson 1D. All are ellipses, some more flattenedthan others.
$400 Question from Lesson 1  The solar system formed from what?      A. gases      B. rocks      C. metal      D. a nebula
$400 Answer from Lesson 1      D. a nebula
$500 Question from Lesson 1Why is it difficult to move a rover on Mars?
$500 Answer from Lesson 1There are a variety of commands that the roverCan read and there is a 44 minute delay to get toMa...
$100 Question from Lesson 2Which planet orbits the Sun the fastest?    A. Mercury    B. Venus    C. Earth    D. Mars
$100 Answer from Lesson 2  A. Mercury
$200 Question from Lesson 2Which planet is the most similar to Earth?    A. Mercury    B. Venus    C. Neptune    D. Mars
$200 Answer from Lesson 2     B. Venus
$300 Question from Lesson 2A planet must have strong __________________in order for an atmosphere to form.      A. atmosph...
$300 Answer from Lesson 2  D. gravity
$400 Question from Lesson 2TRUE OR FALSE:Venus, Earth, Mars, and Jupiter are all terrestrial planets
$400 Answer from Lesson 2  FALSE, Mercury
$500 Question from Lesson 2TRUE OR FALSE:Gravity, wind, and water on aplanet’s surface cause weathering and erosion
$500 Answer from Lesson 2  TRUE.
$100 Question from Lesson 3Which planet is the largest of the eight planets    A. Jupiter    B. Saturn    C. Uranus    D. ...
$100 Answer from Lesson 3 A. Jupiter
$200 Question from Lesson 3How do moons of gas giants form?   A. axis of rotation   B. lunar eclipses   C. the terrestrial...
$200 Answer from Lesson 3  C. the terrestrial processes
$300 Question from Lesson 3TRUE OR FALSE:Saturn’s rings are zones of gasesthat orbit the planet
$300 Answer from Lesson 3  FALSE, Ice.
$400 Question from Lesson 3Gravity, wind, and water on aplanet’s surface cause weathering and erosion
$400 Answer from Lesson 3  B. Community
$500 Question from Lesson 3 Describe the 4 terrestrial processes.
$500 Answer from Lesson 3  Answers will vary.
$100 Question from Lesson 4 Both comets and asteroids     A. are made of ice     B. orbit the Sun     C. orbit planets    ...
$100 Answer from Lesson 4  B. orbit the Sun
$200 Question from Lesson 4Pluto’s orbit is unusual in that Pluto      A. has an orbit centered on its own moon, Charon   ...
$200 Answer from Lesson 4B. has an orbit that is less roundthat that of other planets
$300 Question from Lesson 4Why is a comet sometimes bright?   A. It has a coma and tails that reflect   sunlight.   B. It ...
$300 Answer from Lesson 4A. It has a coma and tails that reflect      sunlight.
$400 Question from Lesson 4   TRUE OR FALSE:   A planet’s atmosphere distributes   energy and slows down heat loss.
$400 Answer from Lesson 4  TRUE
$500 Question from Lesson 4   Why are some space objects round   While others are potato-shaped?
$500 Answer from Lesson 4 This depends on the amount of Gravitational pull. More gravity Means a rounder object.
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  1. 1. JeopardyVocab Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500
  2. 2. $100 Question from VocabularayAn AU is the average distance between A. Pluto and the Sun B. Pluto and Mercury C. Earth and the Sun D. Earth and its Moon
  3. 3. $100 Answer from VocabularayC. Earth and the Sun
  4. 4. $200 Question from Vocabularay Chunks of ice orbiting a gas giant’s equator are called A. moons B. comets C. asteroids D. rings
  5. 5. $200 Answer from Vocabularay D. rings
  6. 6. $300 Question from VocabularayA brief streak of light from a falling space object is a A. meteor B. meteorite C. lightning bolt D. coma
  7. 7. $300 Answer from VocabularayD. coma
  8. 8. $400 Question from VocabularayA meteorite is A. a small meteor B. a meteor-like space object C. a streak of light from a falling object D. a fallen space object on Earth’s surface
  9. 9. $400 Answer from VocabularayD. a fallen space object on Earth’s surface
  10. 10. $500 Question from VocabularayTRUE OR FALSE:Changes in a planet’s crust caused by movementof the planet’s mantle are theresult of impact cratering.
  11. 11. $500 Answer from Vocabularay FALSE, Tectonics.
  12. 12. $100 Question from Lesson 1Which of these best describes the relationships amongthe planets in our solar system? A. The inner planets are closer together than the outer planets. B. The outer planets are closer together than the inner planets. C. Each planet is 10 AU farther from the Sun than the previous planet. D. Each of the inner planets is more than 1 AU from the Sun, and each of the outer planets is more than 10 AU from the Sun.
  13. 13. $100 Answer from Lesson 1A. The inner planets are closer together than the outer planets.
  14. 14. $200 Question from Lesson 1Which of the following lists some of the objects in thesolar system from smallest to largest? A. asteroid, Earth, Sun B. Sun, asteroid, Earth C. Earth, asteroid, Sun D. Earth, Sun, asteroid
  15. 15. $200 Answer from Lesson 1A. asteroid, Earth, Sun
  16. 16. $300 Question from Lesson 1How would you describe the orbits of the planets, asteroids, and comets? A. They form spheres within sphere around the Sun. B. All are long, oval ellipses, each in a different plane. C. All form perfect circles around their center. D. All are ellipses, some more flattened than others.
  17. 17. $300 Answer from Lesson 1D. All are ellipses, some more flattenedthan others.
  18. 18. $400 Question from Lesson 1 The solar system formed from what? A. gases B. rocks C. metal D. a nebula
  19. 19. $400 Answer from Lesson 1 D. a nebula
  20. 20. $500 Question from Lesson 1Why is it difficult to move a rover on Mars?
  21. 21. $500 Answer from Lesson 1There are a variety of commands that the roverCan read and there is a 44 minute delay to get toMars and back.
  22. 22. $100 Question from Lesson 2Which planet orbits the Sun the fastest? A. Mercury B. Venus C. Earth D. Mars
  23. 23. $100 Answer from Lesson 2 A. Mercury
  24. 24. $200 Question from Lesson 2Which planet is the most similar to Earth? A. Mercury B. Venus C. Neptune D. Mars
  25. 25. $200 Answer from Lesson 2 B. Venus
  26. 26. $300 Question from Lesson 2A planet must have strong __________________in order for an atmosphere to form. A. atmosphere B. particles C. axis of rotation D. gravity
  27. 27. $300 Answer from Lesson 2 D. gravity
  28. 28. $400 Question from Lesson 2TRUE OR FALSE:Venus, Earth, Mars, and Jupiter are all terrestrial planets
  29. 29. $400 Answer from Lesson 2 FALSE, Mercury
  30. 30. $500 Question from Lesson 2TRUE OR FALSE:Gravity, wind, and water on aplanet’s surface cause weathering and erosion
  31. 31. $500 Answer from Lesson 2 TRUE.
  32. 32. $100 Question from Lesson 3Which planet is the largest of the eight planets A. Jupiter B. Saturn C. Uranus D. Neptune
  33. 33. $100 Answer from Lesson 3 A. Jupiter
  34. 34. $200 Question from Lesson 3How do moons of gas giants form? A. axis of rotation B. lunar eclipses C. the terrestrial processes D. a giant collision
  35. 35. $200 Answer from Lesson 3 C. the terrestrial processes
  36. 36. $300 Question from Lesson 3TRUE OR FALSE:Saturn’s rings are zones of gasesthat orbit the planet
  37. 37. $300 Answer from Lesson 3 FALSE, Ice.
  38. 38. $400 Question from Lesson 3Gravity, wind, and water on aplanet’s surface cause weathering and erosion
  39. 39. $400 Answer from Lesson 3 B. Community
  40. 40. $500 Question from Lesson 3 Describe the 4 terrestrial processes.
  41. 41. $500 Answer from Lesson 3 Answers will vary.
  42. 42. $100 Question from Lesson 4 Both comets and asteroids A. are made of ice B. orbit the Sun C. orbit planets D. formed far from the Sun
  43. 43. $100 Answer from Lesson 4 B. orbit the Sun
  44. 44. $200 Question from Lesson 4Pluto’s orbit is unusual in that Pluto A. has an orbit centered on its own moon, Charon B. has an orbit that is less round that that of other planets C. sometimes leaves the solar system D. does not follow an elliptical path
  45. 45. $200 Answer from Lesson 4B. has an orbit that is less roundthat that of other planets
  46. 46. $300 Question from Lesson 4Why is a comet sometimes bright? A. It has a coma and tails that reflect sunlight. B. It heats up from friction in the Sun’s atmosphere. C. Lava inside it glows from its own heat. D. It burns up in Earth’s atmosphere.
  47. 47. $300 Answer from Lesson 4A. It has a coma and tails that reflect sunlight.
  48. 48. $400 Question from Lesson 4 TRUE OR FALSE: A planet’s atmosphere distributes energy and slows down heat loss.
  49. 49. $400 Answer from Lesson 4 TRUE
  50. 50. $500 Question from Lesson 4 Why are some space objects round While others are potato-shaped?
  51. 51. $500 Answer from Lesson 4 This depends on the amount of Gravitational pull. More gravity Means a rounder object.
  52. 52. Final Jeopardy
  53. 53. Final Jeopardy Answer

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