Cards in this guide (23)
How many Christians believe in the signs of the stars or heaven or astrology
True Christians do not believe in Astrology. .
An air mass gets its characteristic properties from an area known as the
Air masses get properties of the surface beneath them from areas
known as source regions. Individual regions span several million
square miles in size.
Stellar distances are usually expressed in what units
Stellar distances are measured in light-years, which is the
average distance between the Earth and the Sun.
What is a stationary front a warm front a cold front and an occluded front
- A stationary front marks the boundary between a warm air mass and a cold air mass where neither air mass advances or retreats.
- A warm front is a boundary where the cooler air mass retreats and the warmer air mass advances.
- A cold front is where the cooler air mass advances, forming the warmer air mass up.
- An occluded front is where a cold front has caught up with a warm front, forcing the entire warm air mass up.
The eye of a hurricane has the
What type of front forms when the surface position of the front does not move
Which type of air mass originates in northern Canada
What kind of front is created when a cold front overtakes a warm front
It's an occluded front.
When a cold front overtakes a warm front, the warm air mass is lifted entirely off the ground and an occluded front forms.
This is an occluded front.
An occluded front occurs
Hurricanes produce sustained winds of at least
Hurricanes produce sustained winds of at least 74 mph (119
What type of front is shown with triangular points on one side on a weather map
The suns surface has a grainy texture produced by numerous bright markings called
Which air masses influence much of the weather in north America especially east of the rocky mountains
maritime tropical and continental polar
Why can radio telescopes be used 24 hours a day
Radio signals are not overpowered by daytime sunlight as are
optical signals, thus 24 hour operation.
An air mass is a large body of air with uniform temperature and
temperature humidity and pressure
What is the surface temperature of the sun is nearly
How does the burning of fossil fuels increase the greenhouse effect
by releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere
Which is considered a boundary between two different fronts
What forms where warm air moves toward cold air
What do white dwarfs and neutron stars have in common
Both white dwarfs and neutron stars are extremely dense remnants
of the collapsed cores of dead stars.
Which climate experiences seasonal periods of perpetual night
The arctic and antarctic. Actually, if you're right at the arctic circle, you won't really experience perpetual dark; it'll still be dusky light for an hour or so even a couple of degrees or more north of the arctic circle.
If you are in Antarctica at all, then your June and part of July are going to be pretty dark.
Thunderstorms form when warm humid air rises in
What is the shape of a middle-latitude cyclone
Mid-latitude cyclones are typically comma-shaped.
The magnification of a telescope can be modified by changing the