Study Guide Quiz for Third Test
Study Guide Quiz for Third Test Astr. 170B1
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ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG Slides What is an Atmosphere a A thick layer of gas surrounding a planet b A thin layer of tiny particles surrounding a planet c The lithosphere and exosphere d A thin layer of gas surrounding a planet What is another description for an Atmosphere a The region between the core and exterior of the planet b The transition region between the interior and exterior c The transition from exterior to interior d A thick layer of gas surrounding a planet Which of the following add gas to the atmosphere a Outgassing b Evaporation c Bombardment d All of the above Which of the following does not add gas to the atmosphere a Condensation b Evaporation c Impacts meteors Solar wind d Bombardment e Both A and C Which of the following removes gas from the atmosphere a Water Cycle b Thermal Escape c Oxygen cycle d Outgassing e All of the Above Which of following removes gas from the atmosphere a Thermal Escape b Condensation c Chemical Reactions d Impacts asteroids meteors solar wind e All of the above Earth got its primary atmosphere from the Solar Nebula what was is made mostly of a H2 and H b H and He c C02 and H d H2 and He In the rst 20 million years of its existence how did Earth lose most of its atmosphere Thermal Escape Bombardment Outgassing Condensann All of the above Dunc91 ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG 9 Which of the following is the reason that Earth lost its atmosphere in its rst 20 million years Thermal Escape Chemical Reactions Impacts All of the above apem Use the following diagram for Questions 1013 number ef 3 molecules N D A speed Nhat letter repres 5 peak thermal velocity Nhere does escape velocity set in Nhere is thermal velocity increasing DOW 130n he blue curve where is thermal velocity decreasing t is another name for peak thermal velocity The slowest speed The fastest speed The most common speed The least common speed 14Wh upcmmqpomrrqpom UDWZD ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG 15What is the equation for thermal velocity a x2ksm b x2kTm c xZGMR d None of the above 16What is the equation for escape velocity a x2kSm b x2kTm c xZGMR d None of the above 17quotHigher the Gravity the Harder it is to escapequot This statement pertains to a planet39s a Size b Volume c Radius d Mass e Both A and D 18quotHigher the motion the faster the motion of particles the lighter the gas the faster the motionquot This statement pertains to a planet39s a Size and mass b Temperature and Mass of a particle c Temperature and volume of a particle d Mass and Volume 19Which pIanets39 secondary atmospheres formed mostly from outgassing a Earth Mercury Venus b Mars Venus Mercury c Earth Mercury Mars d Earth Mars Venus 20What happens after outgassing a Evaporation b Condensation c EvaporationSublimation d Precipitation 21What did the Moon and Mercury39s secondary atmosphere39s form from a Interaction of surface with atoms b Interaction of surface with protons c Interaction of surface with photons d Interaction of surface with Oxides 22What is the most abundant gas in Earth39s atmosphere a 02 b N2 c H20 d Ar 23What percent of the atmosphere is the most abundant gas a 78 b 79 c 80 d 81 ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG 24What is the second most abundant gas in Earth39s atmosphere a 02 b N2 c H20 d Ar 25Pressure and Density with altitude a Increase b Decrease c Stay the same d There is no way to tell from the information provided 26Where is most of Earth39s gas contained a gt100km b Between 50 and 100km c Between 10 and 50km d 10kmlt 27What is the lowest layer of the Earth39s atmosphere a Troposphere b Stratosphere c Thermosphere d Exosphere 28What happened to temperature in the lowest layer a Increases with altitude b Decreases with altitude c Stays the same with increase altitude d Stays the same with decrease altitude 29What is this layer warmed by a X rays b UV rays c Convection and Infrared d Both A and C 30What is the next highest layer in the Earth39s atmosphere a Troposphere b Stratosphere c Thermosphere d Exosphere 31What happens to temperature in this layer a Increases with altitude b Decreases with altitude c Increases with altitude in lower part decreases with altitude in upper d Decreases with altitude in lower part increases with altitude in upper 32What is this layer warmed by a X rays b UV rays c Convection and Infrared d Both A and C 33What is the next highest layer in the Earth39s atmosphere a Troposphere ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG b Stratosphere c Thermosphere d Exosphere 34What happens to temperature in this layer a Increases with altitude b Decreases with altitude c Increases with altitude in lower decreases in upper d Decreases with altitude in lower increases in upper 35What is this layer warmed by a X rays b UV rays c ConvectionInfrared d Both A and B 36What is the highest layer in the Earth39s atmosphere a Troposphere b Stratosphere c Thermosphere d Exosphere 37What happens to temperature in this layer a Increases with altitude b Decreases with altitude c Increases with altitude in lower decreases in upper d Decreases with altitude in lower increases in upper 38What is this layer warmed by a X rays b UV rays c ConvectionInfrared d Both A and B 39How much of solar radiation is absorbed by the ground a 22 b 33 c 45 d 47 40How much of solar radiation is re ected back into space a 22 b 33 c 45 d 47 41How much of solar radiation is scattered by clouds a 22 b 33 c 45 d 47 42How much of solar radiation is absorbed by the atmosphere a 22 b 33 c 45 ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG d 47 43n the absence of an atmosphere a planet39s surface temperature would depend on what 3 things a Re ectivity water content clouds b Re ectivity Distance from sun clouds c Re ectivity distance from sun sun s brightness d Distance from sun re ectivity water content 44Why is Mars too cold a Has too strong of a magnetosphere b Too far from the sun c Lacks a magnetosphere which allows solar wind to strip atmospheric gasses d It has the wrong orbit 45Why is Venus too hot a Close proximity to sun evaporated water and reduced greenhouse effect b Close proximity to sun caused solar winds to be intense c It has too strong of a magnetosphere d It has too weak of a magnetosphere 46Why is the surface temperature of Earth just right a 02 cycle b C02 cycle produces perfect greenhouse effect to keep Earth39s temperature stable c Water cycle d None of the above 47What does photosynthesis do a C02 02 b 02 C02 c H20 C02 d 02 H20 48When making quotGiantquot planets neighboring gas will be drawn in by gravity at how many Earth Masses a 1 10 b 10 20 c 20 30 d 30 40 49Which Planet39s growth were limited because they were farther out and had longer orbital periods a Jupiter and Saturn b Uranus and Jupiter c Uranus and Neptune d Neptune and Saturn 50How long is Saturn s rotation a 5 hours b 10 hours c 20 hours d 40 hours 51Which of the following is not one of the basic properties of the quotGiantquot planets a Low density ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG b Many moons and rings c Close to the sun d Rapid rotation attening 52Why is Jupiterjust barely larger than Saturn despite being 3 times as massive a Weak compression b Jupiter has strong gravity c Jupiter was just made that way d Jupiter has greater compression 53True or False Jovian planets with even more mass than Jupiter can still be smaller than Jupiter a True b False 54Jupiter and Saturn emit about the amount of energy they receive from the sun a 12 b Twice c Threetimes as much d Fivetimes as much 55What are Jovian Planets made of from core to outer layers a Rockmetalshydrogen compounds gaseous hydrogen liquid hydrogen metallic hydro b Rockmetalshydro compounds metallic hydro liquid hydro gaseous hydro c Gaseous hydro liquid hydro metallic hydro rockmetalshydrogen compounds d None of the above 56Which of the following is a type of cloud found in a Jovian Planetary atmosphere a Water b Ammonia c Ammonia hydrosul de d All of the above 57ln Jupiter39s atmosphere what compounds form clouds a Oxygen b Hydrogen c Water d Nitrogen 58n terms of pressure and altitude what do we expect from a lower altitude and higher pressure on a Jovian planet a High temperature b A crushing force c Strong coriolis effect d Strong winds 590n Jovian planets what is the amount of lightning we see compared to earth Much stronger and more frequent Much weaker and less frequent Much stronger and less frequent Much weaker and more frequent apem ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG 60Besides rotation the coriolis effect comes from a Rotationduh b Sun39s radiation c Circulation cells d Convection currents 61Jupiter has a coriolis effect compared to earth a Weaker b Stronger c Same d None of the above 62Jupiter has a shorter rotation period and is larger than Earth so it has a rotation a Faster b Slower c Same d None of the above 63Periods of rising and sinking air lead to bands What is an area of rising air caHed a Zone b Belt c Convection d Current 64Periods of rising and sinking air lead to bands What is an area of sinking air caHed a Zone b Belt c Convection d Current 65What gas condenses on Uranus and Neptune And is also what gives them their bluish colors a Methanol b Methane c Carbon Dioxide d Carbon 66What Saturn s Magnetopause a Band between Solar Wind and magnetic eld b Band between magnetic eld and atmosphere c Band between atmosphere and space d Band between inner core and outer core 67The strategy of identifying other planets is done by inferring the presence of a planet by observing a star39s behavior a Direct b Indirect c Transits d RV 68The strategy of identifying other planets is done by directly imaging the planet by suppressing the star light while keeping the planet light ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG a Direct b Indirect c Transits d RV 69What are the four indirect methods of detecting extraterrestrial planets a Radial Velocity Astrometric Transits blocking out other sun b Filtering out the sun radial velocity Astrometric transits gravitational lensing c Radial Velocity Astrometric transits gravitational lensing d None of the above 70Which two indirect methods of detecting extraterrestrial planets use wobbles a Filtering out the sun radial velocity b Astrometric and transits c Gravitational lensing and radial velocity d Radial velocity and Astrometric 71Which two indirect methods of detecting extraterrestrial planets use brightness changes a Filtering out the sun radial velocity b Astrometric and transits c Gravitational lensing and transits d Radial velocity and astrometric 72The radial velocity method of detecting planets uses to measure differences in stellar motion a Gravitational shifting b Doppler shifting c Astrometric measurements d Transits 73What does Kepler39s third law state Size of the orbit determines the orbital period Size of the orbit determines the inclination Size of the orbit determines the orbital path All of the above 74The of the Doppler shift is proportional to the planets mass Wavelength Amplitude Frequency d None of the above 75For the same orbital size bigger planets will have periods The shorter the period the faster the velocity a Longer b Shorter c The same d There is no way to tell from the information provided 76The Doppler method doesn39t tell us anything about of an orbital path a Size b Length c Shape dncHnann apem pom ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG 77The shape of RV curve changes with and a Shape and Size of planets b Number and Size of planets c Eccentricity and number of planets d None of the above 78Doppler signal depends on with earth a Orbital alignment b Eccentricity alignment c Orbital Size d Orbital eccentricity 79Doppler data provides on planet39s mass a Upper limits b Lower limits c Far limits d Close limits 80What is one major limitation of the RV method Large planets are undetectable Large planets are detectable Small planets are undetectable None of the above 81 depends only on the size of the star and size of the planet39s orbit apem a Geometric astrometric probability b Geometric gravitational lensing probability c Astrometric transit probability d Geometric transit probability 82Transits alone do not provide an estimate of a Size b Mass c Volume d Radius 83What is one of the major limitations to transits a Many things produce drops in brightness b Planets with long periods require long monitoring programs c Geometric probability is less than 1 d All of the above are limitations 84Coming RV and transits reveals what about planets a Mass and radius b Size and inclination c Periodshape mass and radius d None of the above 85Which of the following is NOT a property of extrasolar planets a They orbit their stars much more closely b Planets have much more eccentricity more elliptical than our solar system c The planets are set up like the planets in our solar system closer planets are terrestrial and farther planets are Jovian planets d RV doesn39t work well with these planets 86What is transit spectroscopy a Measuring planet diameters at same wavelengths of light ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG b Measuring planet radius at different wavelengths of light c Measuring planet eccentricity d None of the above 87What is direct imaging better at a Finding planets on short period orbits b Finding planets that have faint light c Finding planets on long period orbits d Both B and C 88Why is directly imaging planets around nearby stars easier a Planets are brighter b Project separation is larger c Angles are smaller d None of the above 89Which of the following are current goals of direct imaging a Characterization b Planet formation and composition c Planet orbit d Both A and B 90To directly image a planet starlight lters through sodiumrich planetary atmosphere and then we use a spectrograph What kind of light does this produce This is called transit spectroscopy a Infrared b Absorptionline spectrum c Emissionline spectrum d Microwave 91Through transit spectroscopy we can see planets from the in their atmospheres a Oxygen b Nitrogen c Potassium d Sodium 92With transit spectroscopy transit depths change with wavelength Why a Because the planet39s atmosphere absorbs light the same at different wavelengths b Because the planet39s surface absorbs light the same at different wavelengths c Because the planet39s atmosphere absorbs light differently at different wavelengths d Because the planet39s surface absorbs light differently at different wavelengths 93Changes in apparent planet size can be caused by what a Condensing of clouds b Scattering of cloudsmolecules c Absorption form atomsmolecules d Both B and C 94lndirect methods measure starlight so what do direct methods measure a Star light as well just in a different for b Planet light in infrared ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG c Moon light d Direct images of the planets 95Direct Imaging is better at nding planets on period orbits so that is compliments RV and Transit methods a Long b Short c Doesn t matter 96Directly imaging planets around is easier because the projected separation is larger a Farther starts b Nearby stars c Very close stars d None of the above 97When looking at planets we look at where their is largest Angular size Projected separation Angular separation All of the above 98 planets emit more light and are brighter Young Middle years Old Impossible to tell from information provided 99Direc imaging is to Doppler and transit methods a Completely separate and has nothing to do with b Works with c Complementary d None of the above apem apem Book Quiz Questions Chapter 13 11 10 1What method has detected the most extrasolar planets candidates so far aThe transit method bHubble images c The Doppler method dNone of the above 2What fraction of extrasolar planets could in principle be detected by the transit method a Less than about 1 bAbout 20 c 100 dMore than 1 3The astrometric method is best for nding massive planets that orbit aVery close to their stars b Farther from their stars c Around extremely distant star dAround close stars 4Which one of the following can the transit method tell us about a planet a ItS mass ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG blts size c Eccentricity of its orbit dNone of the above 5Which method could detect a planet in an orbit that is faceon to the Earth aDopper method bTransit method cAstrometric method dNone of the above 6Which detection method can be used with a backyard telescope aDopper method bTransit method cAstrometric method dNone of the above 7To determine a planet39s average density we can use aThe transit method alone bThe astrometric and Doppler methods together c The transit and Doppler methods together dAstrometric and transit methods together 8A planet made almost entirely of hydrogen compounds would be considered a aTerrestrial planet bJovian planet c quotwater worldquot dNone of the above 9What s the best explanation for the location of hotJupiter39s aThey formed closer to their stars than Jupiter did bThey formed farther out like Jupiter but then migrated inward c The strong gravity of their stars pulled them close dNone of the above 10 The major obstacle to NASA s building an observatory capable of obtaining moderately highresolution images and spectra of extrasolar planets is that a No one has conceived of a technology that could do it b It would require putting telescopes in space c NASA lacks the necessary budget dNASA is just too lazy to do it 11 Which lists the Jovian planets in order of increasing distance from the sun aJupiter Saturn Uranus Puto bSaturn Jupiter Uranus Neptune cJupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune dSaturn Jupiter Neptune Uranus 12 Why does Neptune appear blue and Jupiter red a Neptune is hotter which gives bluer thermal emission bMethane in Neptune39s atmosphere absorbs red light c Neptune39s air molecules scatter blue light much as Earth39s atmosphere does dJupiter is hotter so it emits red light 13 Why is Jupiter denser than Saturn a It has a larger proportion of rock and metal b It has a larger proportion of hydrogen ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG c Its higher mass and gravity compress its interior dThat39s just the way it is 14 Some Jovian planes give off more energy than they receive because of a Fusion in their cores bTidal heating c Ongoing contraction or differentiation dMoon s block some of the receiving energy 15 The main ingredients of most satellites of the Jovian planets are a Rock and metal bHydrogen compound ices c Hydrogen and helium dNone of the above 16 Why is lo more volcanically active than our moon a lo is much larger b lo has higher concentration of radioactive elements c lo has a different internal heat source from tidal heating dNone of the above 17 What is unusual about Triton a It orbits its planet backward b It does not keep the same face toward its planet c It is the only moon with its own rings dlt is the largest moon in the solar system 18 Which moon shows evidence of rainfall and erosion by some liquid substance a Europa bTitan c Ganymede dOur Moon 19 Saturn s many moons affect its rings through aTidal Forces bOrbital resonances c Magnetic eld interactions dAsteroid collisions 20 Saturn s rings a Have looked basically the same since they formed along with Saturn bWere created long ago when tidal forces tore apart a large moon c Are continually supplied with new particles by impacts with small moons dWere formed form a collision with the planet 21 Which terrestrial world has the most atmosphere aVenus b Earth 22 The greenhouse effect occurs in the aTroposphere bStratosphere c Lithosphere ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 d Exosphere What kind of light warms the stratosphere a Infrared bVisibIe c Ultraviolet dNone of the above Which of the following is a strong greenhouse gas a Nitrogen bWater vapor c Hydrogen dOxygen In which direction do hurricanes in the Southern Hemisphere rotate aCIockwise bCountercIockwise c Either direction dUp and down What is the leading hypothesis for Venus39 lack of water aVenus formed closer to the sun and accreted very little water blts water is locked away in the crust c Its water molecules were broken apart and hydrogen was lost to space d It never had water What kind of gas is most affected by thermal escape aGreenhouse gases b Light gases c All gases equally dNone of the above About what fraction of Earth39s atmosphere is C02 a 90 b 1 c Less than 1 d75 What causes the release of oxygen into Earth39s atmosphere a Outgassing bEvaporationsublimation c Photosynthesis dRe ecting of sunlight Where is most of the C02 that has outgasses form Earth39s volcanoes a In the atmosphere bIn space c In rocks d In trees Book Review 1The atmosphere at any given altitude presses downward and collisions of individual atoms create a Radiation ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG bPressure c Reconnaissance dAn air bubble 2What is the most abundant gas in Earth39s atmosphere a Oxygen bNitrogen c Argon dCoZ 3What is the most abundant gas in Venus atmosphere a Oxygen bNitrogen c Argon dCoZ 4Higher up in the atmosphere results in pressure aGreater bLess c The same dNo way to tell from information provided 5Which of the following is a way in which an atmosphere affects a planet a It creates pressure that determines if liquid water exists bAtmospheres can create wind and weather and play a role in longterm climate change c Interactions between atmospheric gases and solar wind create magnetosphere dAtmospheres absorb and scatter light eAll of the above are correct 6What is the basic concept with greenhouses gases Infrared radiation that is reemitted into the atmosphere is a Re ected by greenhouse gases bPasses through greenhouse gases c Absorbed and reemitted by greenhouse gases dNone of the above 7The quotno greenhousequot effect describes that without the greenhouse effect a planet39s average surface temperature would depend only on a Planets rotation and distance around the sun bPlanets re ection and rotation on its axis c Planets re ection and distance from the sun dPlanets orbital eccentricity 8Xrays have enough energy to almost any atom or molecule They can therefore be absorbed by virtually all atmospheric gases a lonize bBond with c Re ect and reabsorb dNone of the above Ultraviolet photons do not have a lot of energy and therefore molecules ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG a Ionize bBond with c Break apart dNone of the above 10 Infrared photons are by molecules causing them to vibrate and rotate a Ionized bAbsorbed c Bonded with dNone of the above 11 The magnetosphere is an area around planets where charged particles rotate this eld de ects keeping the planet39s atmosphere from being stripped away and creating an aurora around the planet aComets bAsteroids c Moving air dSolar wind particles 12 Midlatitude winds blow from to and equatorialhigh latitude winds blow from to a West to east East to West b East to West West to East c North to South South to North dSouth to North North to South 13 Toilets Spiral quotbackwardquot in the Southern Hemisphere aTrue bFalse 14 The causes the circulation of air on Earth a Hurricanes bGlobal winds cCoriolis effect dNone of the above 15 Which of the following factors would lead to longterm climate change aSolar brightening bChanges in Axis tilt c Changes in re ectivity dChange sin greenhouse gas abundance eAll of the above 16 Which of the following is not a way that atmospheres gain gas a Outgassing bEvaporationsublimation c Condensation dSurface ejection 17 Which of the following is not a way that atmospheres lose gas a Condensation bOutgassing c Chemical reactions ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG dSoar wind stripping eThermal escape 18 How did Mars lose its atmospheric gas aOutgassing bSoar wind stripping due to lack of magnetosphere c Condensation dChemical reactions 19 Why is Venus so hot today a Runaway greenhouse effect b Increased evaporation of all water c Closer to the sun dAll of the above 20 The cycle regulates the strength of the greenhouse effect aCarbon dioxide cycle bNitrogen cycle cArgon Cycle dNone of the above 21 Adding mass to a Jovian planet would increase its rather than its radius a Mass bSize c Density dPressure 22 Gravity in Jovian planets pulls material inward but rapid rotation ings material outward near the equator keeping the planets from becoming perfect aCircles bSpheres c Squares dCannot tell from the information provided 23 What is the Great Red Spot on Jupiter aA giant impact crater bA giant storm c A band of clouds that is penetrating Jupiter39s surface dWe do not know yet 24 Jupiter s strong Coriolis Effect diverts the northsouth air ow into strong winds a South North bWest East c East West dCirculation 25 Of the Jovian Planets which one has the strongest magnetosphere aJupiter bSaturn c Uranus dNeptune 26 All of the Jovian magnetospheres are than Earth39s aWeaker bStronger c The same as ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG dWe do not know yet 27 lo39s interior is heated by a Strong reactions from the materials inside bActive volcanoes c Outgassing dTidal heating 28 Which ofJupiter39s moons are thought to have oceans underneath a Europa bGanymede c Callisto dAll of the above 29 Saturn s moon has all of the same atmospheric and liquid processes of Earth except it has liquid methaneethane oceans instead of water aTitan bTriton c lo dTitania 30 What is special about Neptune39s largest moon a It is captured b It rotates Neptune backwards c It could support life dBoth A and B 31 Which methods of extrasolar planet detection can measure a planet39s orbital inclination aDirect Detection bAstrometric c Doppler dAstrometric and Transit 32 The astrometric method is what a Looking at red and blue shifts to detect positioning bLooking for slight motion caused by orbiting planets around their center of mass c Looking at brightness changes dNone of the above 33 The Kepler mission used mainly what method aDirect detecting bAstrometric Doppler Transit 34 What method can detect surface details and spectra aDirect detection bAstrometric c Doppler dTransit 35 What method is good at detecting massive planets that orbit far from their stars a Direct bAstrometric nlp ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG c Doppler dTransit 36 What method is best for detecting massive planets that orbit cose closein to their stars a Direct bAstrometric c Doppler dTransit 37 Which method can detect planets in all orbit orientations except face on a Direct bAstrometric Doppler Transit 38 Which method is feasible with small telescopes and can detect very small planets a Direct bAstrometric Doppler dTransit 39 Which method is only possible with edgeon orbits Direct bAstrometric Doppler Transit 40 Which of the following is not an orbital property that we can measure a Period bDistance c Size dEccentricity e Inclination 41 Which of the following is not a physical property that we can measure a Mass bSize c Density dDistance eAtmospheric composition and temperature 42 Extrasolar planets get their closein orbits from aThey were formed that way bPIanetary migration nudged gas and particles bunch up and tug on planet drawing inward c No way to tell from the information provided 43 has caused the highly eccentric orbits of extrasolar planets a Encounters and resonances bMigration c Highly impactful collisions dNone of the above nlp n nlp ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG ANSWERS w NNI II II II II II II II II II ILOQO pwgpyuNE I E9998999WNEP39 nnowmnwnngtUwUgtUmmewU ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG ANSWERS 50B 51C 52D 53A 548 558 56D 57B 58D 59C 60C 61B 62A 63A 643 653 66A 67B 68A 69C 70D 71C 72B 73A 748 758 76D 77C 78A 79B 80C 81D 82B 83D 84C 85C 86B 87D 88B 89D 90B 91D 92C 93D 94B 95A 96B 97D 98A 99C ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG ANSWERS Book Quiz Questions Starting with Chapter 13 11 10 HHomNmmthI I le I H A A B B B Mainly gravitational lensing and direct imaging B C B B C C B C C B C A B B C A A C B A C A C C A Book Review 13 14 prwthwrt H P I I I I I I I I ngtnnmwoww OWgtUW ASTRONOMY EXAM 3 SG ANSWERS 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43A UUDODUnnwgtUUUUUgtUUwgtnUUUUngtUUUUUnm
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