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1. What size are most exosolar planets that have been detected?
A. Small like the moon
B. Same size as earth
C. More massive than Jupiter
D. More massive than the sun

2. Which NASA space mission, launched in 2009, has the goal of determining if planets like earth are rare or common?
A. CoRoT
B. Kepler
C. PlanetQuest
D. Terrestrial Planet Finder

3. Most exosolar planets orbit their stars
A. In more than 88 days
B. In less than 50 days
C. In retrograde
D. In circular orbits

4. ______ orbit stars other than the sun.
A. Extrasolar planets
B. Dwarf planets
C. Jovian planets
D. Nebular planets

5. How do astronomers explain the orbit of hot Jupiters?
A. Doppler shifts
B. Nebula theory
C. Planetary migration
D. Astrometry

6. Scientists studying the orbit of an exosolar planet use ____ to measure the radial velocity of the parent star.
A. The Doppler effect
B. Radar
C. Comet trajectory
D. Solar system debris

7. Exosolar planets were discovered by observing their _____ wobble back and forth.
A. Rings
B. Parent star
C. Parent moon
D. Protosun

8. Which future U.S. mission will provide high resolution images of nearby exosolar planetary systems?
A. CoRoT
B. Kepler
C. PlanetQuest
D. Terrestrial Planet Finder

9. Hot jupiters is the term used to describe exosolar planets that orbit ____ their parent star.
A. Close to
B. Away from
C. In unison with
D. At varying distances from

10. When an exoplanet passes between earth and it's parent star, the parent star will appear to have _____ for the brief period during which view of it is obstructed.
A. Dimmed
B. Grown
C. Diminished
D. Radiate

My answers are
1. C
2. B
3. D
4. A
5. B
6. A
7. A
8. C
9. C
10. C

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  1. The real answers are:
    1. C
    2. B
    3. B
    4. A
    5. C
    6. A
    7. B
    8. D
    9. A
    10. A

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  2. Real ones: 1.B 2.D 3.C 4.A 5.C 6.A 7.B 8.A 9.B 10.A

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  3. I just barely took this, these are the right answers!!! Connections Academy Exosolar Planets (put in the order of the questions above, they're in a different order with the quiz)

    1. C More massive than Jupiter
    2. B Kepler
    3. B In less than 50 days
    4. A extrasolar planets
    5. C Planetary migration
    6. A the Doppler effect
    7. B Parent Star
    8. D Terrestrial Planet Finder
    9. A Close to
    10. A Dimmed

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