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What is the name of the most abundant METAL in the earths crust

Aluminium. Assuming you meant "metal" in the chemical sense and not the astronomical sense, and that you don't consider silicon a metal. If you meant in the astronomical sense, then oxygen.

How are tornadoes measured and tracked

it used to be measured by the Fujita scale but now the enhanced fujita scale And they track it down by

  1. weather radar
  2. storm watching mostly by train spotters
  3. storm chasing
  4. using weather instruments
Does Sydney Australia have a temperate climate zone

Yes. Sydney lies within the temperate climate zone.

Which type of telescope uses a concave mirror

"reflecting"

Along a front which type of air is always forced upward

Warm air :d

What stage happens first in the life cycle of a middle-latitude cyclone

AIR Flows counterclockwise

A cold dry air mass that moves over warm tropical waters will likely become

Warmer and wetter

Which space telescope is used to study x-ray

The primary space-based X-ray telescope is the Chandra X-Ray Observatory launched in 1999. The Japanese space agency's Suzaku X-ray Observatory (Japan's fifth x-ray observatory) and the European Space Agency's XMM-Newton observatory are also actively observing the universe in the X-ray bands.

What is the energy of photon related to

The energy of a photon is directly proportional to its frequency.

The energy of a photon is directly proportional to its frequency.

The energy of a photon is directly proportional to its frequency.

The energy of a photon is directly proportional to its frequency.

What are the electrognetic waves from radio to gamma

Radio waves; microwaves; infrared; visible light; ultraviolet; Roentgen rays (a.k.a. X-rays); gamma rays.

Radio waves; microwaves; infrared; visible light; ultraviolet; Roentgen rays (a.k.a. X-rays); gamma rays.

Radio waves; microwaves; infrared; visible light; ultraviolet; Roentgen rays (a.k.a. X-rays); gamma rays.

Radio waves; microwaves; infrared; visible light; ultraviolet; Roentgen rays (a.k.a. X-rays); gamma rays.

Hurricanes produce sustained winds of at least

Hurricanes produce sustained winds of at least 74 mph (119 km/h).

Increased altitude generally causes lower what

Tempartures.

Temperatures*

Savage ^

Which is not a property of optical telescopes

We're unable to see your paper, and since you didn't offer any options, we're not able to guess what choices you have.

What does the sun consume to produce energy and helium

Hydrogen! :)

The fact that light can exert a pressure on matter suggests that it is made of particles called

The particles of light are called photons.

Which events may cause long-term changes in climate

Deforestation, as well as the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) in industry, transport and the generation of electricity (which releases carbon dioxide (CO2)), are both causing global warming, dangerous and long-term changes in our climate.

Which is not a Jovian planet

Jovian planets are also known as gas giants. There are four Jovian planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune

Answer: Earth

What is the shape of a middle-latitude cyclone

Mid-latitude cyclones are typically comma-shaped.

An air mass gets its characteristic properties from an area known as the .

source region

What natural warming of both earth lower atmosphere and the earths surface is the blank effect

greenhouse effect

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