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Largest object in solar system

The largest object in the Solar System is the Sun.

How are telescopes used in astronomy

Telescopes are used to see things that are far away from earth. Using telescopes we can see things that are millions of miles away. Most of the telescopes are on Earth but some of them are in space such as the Hubble Space Telescope.

Which type of telescope uses a concave mirror

"reflecting"

Which famous scientist first used a telescope for astronomical observations

Galileo

What is the thin red rim seen around the sun during a total solar eclipse

It is called the corona

The Sun can continue to exist in its present stable state for about another

5.5 billion years

Which properties does a longitudinal wave lack

Longitudinal waves have all the same properties as transverse waves: speed, frequency, wavelength, and amplitude

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.

What are three waves that need a medium

Sound waves, ocean waves and seismic (earthquake) waves need a medium

Increased altitude generally causes lower what

Tempartures.

Temperatures*

Savage ^

Why do marine west coast climates have much precipitation

Marine west coast climates have much precipitation because

Which winds are caused either by topographic effects or by variations in surface composition

Local winds

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.

What is the focal length of a concave mirror that forms an image 25 cm from the mirror if the object distance is 20 cm

1/o + 1/i = 1/f

f = (o x i)/(o + i)

f = 11.1 cm (rounded)

What energy products are currently being obtained from the sea floor

oil and natural gas.

Which can change from one state of matter to another at the temperatures and pressures experienced at earths surface

water

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.

By observing sunspots Galileo concluded that the sun was what

was rotating on the circumfrence on deznuts

What is the radio interferometer

A network of several radio telescopes wired together

What do radio telescopes use to gather and forces radio waves

The radio telescopes use to gather and forces radio waves is a huge dish.

The magnification of a telescope can be modified by changing the

The eyepiece

The horizontal distance between two successive crests is calloed the

"wavelength"

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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