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1 ESO_Our universe
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30 questions - 15 players
Learn about our universe
Why was there an explosion in the Big Bang?
Because there was much matter concentrated in one point
Because there was much matter concentrated and the temperatures were extremely high
Because there was much matter concentrated and it expanded in less than a second
How many models or theories were there about the position of the Earth in the universe?
There were 2
There were 3
There was 1
Who invented the Heliocentric model?
Aristarchus of Samos, Aristotles and Copernicus
Aristotles and Ptolemy
Aristarchus of Samos, Galileo and Copernicus
How do planets revolve in the Geocentric model?
What theory says that the stars are fixed on the dome?
What is a light year?
The distance travelled by light in one second
The distance travelled by light in one year
The distance of the light in one year
What is the speed of light?
300.000 km per second
30.000 km per second
300.000 m per second
How is it called the distance from the Earth to the Sun?
A ligh year
An astronomical unit
What are galaxies made of?
Gas, intestellar dust, stars and clusters
Nebulae, clusters, interstellar dust and gas
Interstellar dust, gas, stars and nebulae
What clusters are brighter?
What is nebulae?
Group of galaxies
Huge clouds of gas
Group of interstellar dust
What is the shape of our galaxy?
Where is the Sun in the Milky Way?
In the Orio arm
In the Oriol arm
In the Orion arm
Which is the brighter part of a galaxy?
Where are the youngest stars in a galaxy?
What´s the name of the cluster where the Milky Way is?
Camino de Santiago
Which type of star is brighter : a dwarf star or a giant star?
A dwarf star
A giant star
What factors affect to the brightness of a star?
Its colour, its size and its quantity of energy
How far it is, its colour and its quantity of energy
How far it is, its size and its quantity of energy
What is revolution?
The movement of the planets on its axis
The movement of the planets around the Sun
The movement of the satellites around the planets
How long is a rotation?
What is rotation?
The movement of plantes around the Sun
The movement of the satellites on its orbital plane
The movement of the planets on its axis
What are the outer planets?
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune
Mercury, Venus, Earth and Neptune
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars
How long does it take to the Earth to revolve around the Sun?
365 days and 6 hours
Can you find water in other planets?
What planet has more satellites?
Which is the biggest planet in our universe?
Why is it an hour less in the Canary Islands than in the peninsula?
Because they are to the east of the peninsula
Because they are to the west of the peninsula
Because they are to the south of the peninsula
What are tides?
The rising and falling of the Moon phases
The rising and falling of sea levels because of the gravitaty
The rising and falling of sea levels because of the gravitational pull of the Moon
What is the order of the Moon phases?
New moon, full moon, last quarter and first quarter
New moon, first quarter, full moon and last quarter
New moon, last quarter, full moon and first quarter
When does a solar eclipse occur?
When the Moon comes between the Sun and the Earth
When the Sun comes between the Moon and the Earth
When the Earth comes between the Moon and the Sun
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