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Homework Chapter 7

1. Which moon has a dense atmosphere?
a) Our Moon
b) Phobos
c) Ganymede
d) Titan

2. What is at the very center of Uranus?
a) rocky and metallic material
b) water ice
c) liquid water
d) liquid metallic hydrogen

3. Which of the following planets has the shortest year?
a) Neptune
b) Jupiter
c) Uranus
d) Saturn

4. What are the typical sizes of particles in Saturn’s rings?
a) about the size of Phobos and Deimos
b) mostly dust and pebble-sized
c) mostly atom and molecule-sized
d) sizes of ring particles have not yet been measured

5. Which of the following best describes the surface of Jupiter?
a) No true surface. The atmosphere becomes denser until it is a liquid
b) continents and water oceans
c) continents and liquid hydrogen oceans
d) completely covered with molten rock (lava)

6. Which of the following planets does not have rings?
a) Jupiter
b) Uranus
c) Neptune
d) Saturen
e) They all have rings

7. The Great Red Spot on Jupiter is analogous to what activity on Earth?
a) a hurricane
b) a volcano
c) a forest fire
d) a lake

8. Which object has the greatest mass?
a) Jupiter
b) Saturn
c) Neptune
d) Earth

9. The Galilean satellites of Jupiter
a) formed at the same time as Jupiter from gas and dust orbiting Jupiter.
b) are captured asteroids.
c) were formed when a large body collided with Jupiter ejecting its outer layers into space.
d) are captured comets.

10. Io has active volcanoes that constantly replenish its surface. The source of energy for these volcanoes is
a) tidal heating due to Jupiter.
b) heat from the Sun.
c) heat within Io left over from its formation.
d) radioactive decay of elements, which keeps Io hot.

11. We know that Neptune contains a larger amount of heavier elements than Saturn because Neptune
a) is smaller than Saturn.
b)…...

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