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Marks: 6
Step 1. The average radius of the Earth
Choose one answer.
| a. 6 x 10^2 km | |
| b. 6 x 10^3 km | |
| c. 6 x 10^4 km | |
Correct
Marks for this submission: 6/6.
Question 2
Marks: 6
Step 1. The average distance from Io to Jupiter
Choose one answer.
| a. 4 x 10^3 km | |
| b. 4 x 10^4 km | |
| c. 4 x 10^5 km | |
Correct
Marks for this submission: 6/6.
Question 3
Marks: 6
Step 2. Astronomical Unit (AU) is the average distance between the Earth and Mars Choose one answer.
| a. True | |
| b. False | |
Correct
Marks for this submission: 6/6.
Question 4
Marks: 6
Step 2. Light-year is the distance light travels in one year Choose one answer.
| a. True | |
| b. False | |
Correct
Marks for this submission: 6/6.
Question 5
Marks: 6
Step 2. The distance from the Sun to the nearest star in AU Choose one answer.
| a. 165 AU | |
| b. 26,500 AU | |
| c. 265,000 AU | |
| d. 2,650,000 AU | |
Correct
Marks for this submission: 6/6.
Question 6
Marks: 6
Step 2. The distance from the Sun to the nearest star in kilometers Choose one answer.
| a. 4,000,000 km | |
| b. 400,000,000 km | |
| c. 400,000,000,000 km | |
| d. 40,000,000,000,000 km | |
Correct
Marks for this submission: 6/6.
Question 7
Marks: 6
Step 3. How much time would it take for you to complete one trip around the Earth (when you travel at speed of light) Choose one answer.
| a. 0.133 seconds | |
| b. 13.3 seconds | |
| c. 135,000 seconds | |
| d. none of the above | |
Correct
Marks for this submission: 6/6.
Question 8
Marks: 6
Step 3. How much time does it take for light to travel from the Sun to the Earth. Choose one answer.
| a. 8.333 minutes | |
| b. 83.33 minutes | |
| c. 835,000 minutes | |
| d. none of the above | |
Correct
Marks for this submission: 6/6.
Question 9
Marks: 6
Step 4. Select one of the following:
Choose one answer.
| a. The Earth, Mars, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune, Saturn | | | b. The Earth, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune | | | c. Mercury, Venus, The Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune | | | d. The Earth, Jupiter, Venus, Mercury, Mars, Uranus, Neptune, Saturn | | Correct

Marks for this submission: 6/6.
Question 10
Marks: 6
Step 6. Location in the Milky Way Galaxy
Choose one answer.
| a. Position 1 | |
| b. Position 2 | |
| c. Position 3 | |
Correct
Marks for this submission: 6/6.
Question 11
Marks: 5
Step 7. Select on of the following:
Choose one answer.
| a. The Earth, the Andromeda Galaxy, the Local Group, Crab Nebula | | | b. Asteroid Belt, the Earth, the Solar System (star: the Sun), the Local Group | | | c. The Earth, the Solar System (star: the Sun), the Andromeda Galaxy, the Local Group | | | d. The Earth, the Solar System (star: the Sun), the Milky Way Galaxy, the Local Group | | Correct

Marks for this submission: 5/5.
Question 12
Marks: 5
Step 8. Distance from the Earth to the Sun is 395 times greater than distance from the Earth to the Moon. Choose one answer.
| a. True | |
| b. False | |
Correct
Marks for this submission: 5/5.
Question 13
Marks: 5
Step 8. Distance from the Sun to Pluto is 20 times greater than distance from the Sun to the Earth. Choose one answer.
| a. True | |
| b. False | |
Correct
Marks for this submission: 5/5.
Question 14
Marks: 5
Step 8. Distance from the Sun to the nearest star is
Choose one answer.
| a. 600 times greater than distance from the Sun to Pluto. | | | b. 6,640 times greater than distance from the Sun to Pluto. | | | c. 62,000 times greater than distance from the Sun to Pluto. | | | d. 100,650 times greater than distance from the Sun to Pluto. | |...
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