Earth Space Science P-SELL Review By: [email protected]

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The atomosphere blocks most of their light. \n\nC. The stars visible at night are located very far from Earth. \n\nD. Most of the light from stars is absorbed by galaxies, so it does not reach Earth. ","cat1qmediaimage3":"","cat1a3":"C. The stars visible at night are located very far from Earth. ","cat1amediaimage3":"","cat1v3":"300","cat1q4":"When compared to other stars, the sun is not very unusal. However, the sun is very important to humans. What makes the sun more important than the other stars? \n\nA. Unlike other stars, the sun is very large. \n\nB. When compared to other stars, the sun is the hottest. \n\nC. Unlike other stars, the sun is the right color for living things. \n\nD. When compared to other stars, the sun is very close to Earth. ","cat1qmediaimage4":"","cat1a4":"D. When compared to other stars, the sun is very close to Earth. ","cat1amediaimage4":"","cat1v4":"400","cat1q5":"There are many different colors of stars. 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Which of these statements is true aout the bright stars Amad sees? \n\nA. Amad sees that the bright stars are the closest stars. \n\nB. Amad can tell that the two bright stars are the exact same size. \n\nC. Amad cannot determie the distance or exact size of the bright stars by looking. \n\nD. Amad can see that the two bright stars are smaller and farther away than the other stars. ","cat2qmediaimage5":"","cat2a5":"C. Amad cannot determine the distance or exact size of the bright stars by looking. ","cat2amediaimage5":"","cat2v5":"500","cattitle-3":"Somewhere Out There","cat3q1":"On a field trup to a science museum, Lee saw photographs of asteroids and comets that astronomers took using telescopes. What could Lee look for in the photographs to tell a comet from an asteroid? \n\nA. a long tail\n\nB. a small size\n\nC. a rocky surface \n\nD. an irregular shape ","cat3qmediaimage1":"","cat3a1":"A. a long tail ","cat3amediaimage1":"","cat3v1":"100","cat3q2":"While looking at the night sky one night, Bevan saw a streak of light. Bevan's father told him that the light was produced by a small chink of rock passing through Earth's atmosphere. Which of these terms best describes what Bevan saw? \n\nA. asteroid \n\nB. comet \n\nC. meteor \n\nD. meteorite ","cat3qmediaimage2":"","cat3a2":"C. meteor ","cat3amediaimage2":"","cat3v2":"200","cat3q3":"A meteoroid is a chink of rock traveling through the solar system. How is a meteorite related to a meteoroid? \n\nA. A meteorite is a meteoroid that enters Earth's atmosphere. \n\nB. A meteorite is a meteoroid that has broken into smaller pieces. \n\nC. A meteorite is a meteoriod that is larger in size than an asteroid. \n\nD. 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Board Category: 
P-SELL
Science
5th grade
FCAT
Florida
Earth Space Science

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