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Astronomy The Solar System

Physics & Astronomy

Quiz 8 :
The Terrestrial Planets and Earths Moon

Quiz 8 :
The Terrestrial Planets and Earths Moon

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Flows of material surrounding Martian craters suggest
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Which of the following statements is an example of comparative planetology?
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Secondary craters are
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The small peak found in some meteor craters is
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Rays and secondary craters are created by ________ when craters are formed during a collision.
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Rocks less than 100 meters (m) in diameter are called ________ when they are in space.
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Space rocks less than 100 m in diameter, when they hit the ground, are called
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Space rocks less than 100 m in diameter, when they burn up in the atmosphere, are called
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To survive passage through Earth's atmosphere without burning or breaking up before it hits the ground, an asteroid must be
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Which of the following is a factor that helps explain Earth's lack of craters compared to the Moon?
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Based on the number of impact craters observed per square meter on their surface, place these terrestrial planets in order from youngest to oldest surface.
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According to studies of impact cratering, which of these terrestrial objects has, on average, the oldest surface?
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Compared to the dark-colored regions of the surface of the Moon, the light-colored regions are approximately
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Mars, Venus, and Earth are much less heavily cratered than Mercury and the Moon.This is explained by the fact that
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The smallest number of craters per square meter are found on the surface of
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Which of these three lunar surfaces shown in the figure below is the oldest? img
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Which of the three lunar surfaces shown in the figure below is the youngest? img
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Which answer gives the correct order of the age of the three lunar surfaces shown in the figure below, from youngest to oldest? img
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Based on the age of the light- and dark-colored regions of the Moon and the number of craters observed in these regions, we know that impacts in the inner Solar System
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Studies of the amount of cratering at different locations on the Moon indicate that
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