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Stars in the Universe

Stars in the Universe
Created by Quizmagic Team on Feb 19, 2013 03:51 PM
You would have seen many stars lighting up the dark night, like tiny balls of light hanging all over the sky. But how much do you scientifically know about these stars?
Take this quiz and find out.
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Sample Questions

Question 1
Which star shines during the day?
big dipper
mars
moon
sun
Question 2
The two gases that contribute formation of stars are
Hydrogen and Oxygen
Oxyegn and Carbon dioxide
Helium and Hydrogen
Heliun and Nitrogen
Question 3
Which of the following about stars is NOT correct?
A star's temperature is determined by its color.
A star's energy is thought to come from nuclear reactions in its core.
Stars differ from one another in brightness, size, temperature, and color.
The Sun is the largest and brightest star in the Milky Way Galaxy.
Question 4
What are stars made up of?
Fire
Heat
Rock
Gas
Question 5
How to know the temperature of a star?
By using a Temperature
By using stellar radiation panels
By using a thermometer
By the color of the Star
Question 6
What is the name of the star which is over the North Pole?
Sirius
Alpha Centauri
Procyon
Polaris Star
Question 7
What is the brightest star in the night sky?
Sirius
Polaris
The North Star
The Morning Star
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