1 1. Which star has a surface temperature most similar to the surface temperature of Alpha Centauri? A) Polaris B) Betelgeuse C) Procyon B D) Sirius 2. Giant stars have greater luminosity than our sun mainly because they are A) hotter B) farther away C) larger D) older Base your answers to questions 3 through 6 on the Characteristics of Stars graph below and on your knowledge of Earth science. 3. Describe one characteristic of the star Spica that causes it to have a greater luminosity than Barnard's Star. 4. The star Canopus has a surface temperature of 7400 K and a luminosity (relative to the Sun) of Use an X to plot the position of Canopus on the graph above, based on its surface temperature and luminosity.
2 5. Identify two stars from the Characteristics of Stars graph that are at the same life-cycle stage as the Sun. 6. Describe how the relative surface temperature and the relative luminosity of Aldebaran would change if it collapses and becomes a white dwarf like Procyon B. 7. Which characteristics best describe the star Betelgeuse? A) reddish orange with low luminosity and high surface temperature B) reddish orange with high luminosity and low surface temperature C) blue white with low luminosity and low surface temperature D) blue white with high luminosity and high surface temperature 8. By using a spectroscope an astronomer can A) measure the size of a star B) measure the altitude of a star C) identify elements in the atmosphere of a star D) measure the diameter of a star
3 Base your answers to questions 9 and 10 on the diagram below, which shows the change in the size of a star such as our Sun as it evolves from a protostar to a white dwarf star. 9. During which stage of development does the star have a cool surface temperature and the greatest luminosity? A) protostar B) main sequence C) giant D) white dwarf 10. Which process produces the energy radiated by the star when it becomes a main sequence star? A) radioactive decay B) nuclear fusion C) conduction D) convection 11. Which star color indicates the hottest star surface temperature? A) blue B) white C) yellow D) red 12. Barnard's Star has a surface temperature of about A) 300 ºC B) 3000 ºC C) 5000 ºC D) 10,000 ºC 13. In order to position a star on an H-R diagram you must know at least the star's A) color and apparent brightness B) color, apparent brightness and distance C) apparent brightness and age D) color and distance
4 Base your answers to questions 14 through 17 on the diagram below and on your knowledge of Earth science. The diagram represents two possible sequences in the evolution of stars. 14. Which process generates the energy that is released by stars? A) nuclear fusion B) thermal conduction C) convection currents D) radioactive decay 15. Which table includes data that are characteristic of the surface temperature and luminosity of some white dwarf stars? A) B) C) D) 16. Which property primarily determines whether a giant star or a supergiant star will form? A) mass B) color C) shape D) composition 17. What causes clouds of dust and gas to form a protostar? A) magnetism B) gravitational attraction C) expansion of matter D) cosmic background radiation
5 Base your answers to questions 18 and 19 on the graph below, which shows changes in the Sun s magnetic activity and changes in the number of sunspots over a period of approximately 100 years. Sunspots are dark, cooler areas within the Sun s photosphere that can be seen from Earth. 18. Which graph best represents the relationship between the number of sunspots and the amount of magnetic activity in the Sun? A) B) C) D) 19. The graph indicates that years having the greatest number of sunspots occur A) randomly and unpredictably B) precisely at the beginning of each decade C) in a cyclic pattern, repeating approximately every 6 years D) in a cyclic pattern, repeating approximately every 11 years 20. Which stars are the youngest? A) Supergiant B) White dwarf C) Blue star D) Red Dwarfs 21. Which two stars are most similar in luminosity? A) Betelgeuse and Barnard's Star B) Procyon B and Proxima Centauri C) Polaris and the Sun D) Alpha Centauri and Sirius
6 22. The reaction below represents an energy-producing process. The reaction represents how energy is produced A) in the Sun by fusion B) when water condenses in Earth's atmosphere C) from the movement of crustal plates D) during nuclear decay 23. Base your answer to the following question on the diagram below, which shows an inferred sequence in which our solar system formed from a giant interstellar cloud of gas and debris. Stage A shows the collapse of the gas cloud, stage B shows its flattening, and stage C shows the sequence that led to the formation of planets. From stage B to stage C, the young Sun was created A) when gravity caused the center of the cloud to contract B) when gravity caused heavy dust particles to split apart C) by outgassing from the spinning interstellar cloud D) by outgassing from Earth s interior 24. The apparent brightness of an object such as a star 25. Which of the following is the same for all stars along does not depend on a horizontal line on an H-R diagram? A) B) C) D) how fast the star is moving the strength of the light emanating from the star the distance from us to the star the amount and kind of obstacles between us and the star A) temperature C) mass B) diameter D) luminosity
7 26. The Sun is inferred to spend the greatest amount of time in its life cycle A) contracting from a gas cloud (nebula) B) as a main sequence star C) moving away from the main sequence and becoming a giant star D) changing from a giant star to a white dwarf star 27. Which factor does not affect a star's absolute magnitude (Luminosity)? A) The star's temperature. B) The star's size. C) The star's distance. D) The star's shape. 28. Which star has the greatest luminosity? A) Barnard's star B) Procyon C) Alpha Centauri D) Rigel 29. Compared to our sun, the star Polaris is A) brighter B) smaller C) cooler D) hotter 30. The "fuel" of the sun is A) hydrogen B) helium C) oil and various hydrocarbons D) oxygen 31. What are the two most abundant elements in a main sequence star? A) carbon and hydrogen B) hydrogen and helium C) helium and carbon D) carbon and heavy metals
8 Base your answers to questions 32 through 34 on the diagram below. The diagram represents the inferred stages in the formation of our solar system. Stage 1 shows a contracting gas cloud. The remaining stages show the gas cloud flattening into a spinning disk as planets formed around our Sun. 32. Compared to the terrestrial planets, the Jovian planets in stage 5 have A) larger diameters B) higher densities C) shorter periods of revolution D) longer periods of rotation 33. Approximately how long ago did stage 4 end and stage 5 begin? A) 1 billion years B) 5 billion years C) 20 billion years D) 100 billion years 34. Which process was occurring during some of these stages that resulted in the formation of heavier elements from lighter elements? A) conduction B) radiation C) radioactive decay D) nuclear fusion
9 Base your answers to questions 35 through 37 on the cross-sectional model below and the table on the following page, and on your knowledge of Earth science. The model shows a reddish-orange supergiant star. The layers in the model indicate where new chemical elements are forming from existing elements as temperature and pressure conditions increase with depth within the star. In each layer, atomic nuclei of the existing chemical element combine to form the new elements shown to the right of the arrow. The table shows the chemical symbols and names of selected elements in the star. 35. What is the approximate surface temperature of this star during this stage of development? A) 3,200 K B) 6,000 K C) 10,500 K D) 18,000 K
10 36. The luminosity of this star can best be described as A) less than the luminosity of the Sun B) greater than the luminosity of most stars in the main sequence C) approximately the same luminosity as a white dwarf D) approximately the same luminosity as Aldebaran 37. Which process represented in the model is occurring in each layer of this star to produce the new chemical elements? A) contact metamorphism B) internal crystallization C) nuclear fusion D) radioactive decay 38. Compared to other groups of stars, the group that has relatively low luminosities and relatively low temperatures is the A) Red Dwarfs B) White Dwarfs C) Red Giants D) Blue Supergiants 39. Which star s surface temperature is closest to the temperature at the boundary between Earth s mantle and core? A) Sirius B) Rigel C) the Sun D) Betelgeuse 40. According to the graph, the Sun is classified as a A) main sequence star with a temperature of approximately 4,000ºC and a luminosity of 100 B) main sequence star with a temperature of approximately 6,000ºC and a luminosity of 1 C) white dwarf star with a temperature of approximately 10,000ºC and a luminosity of 0.01 D) blue supergiant star with a temperature of approximately 20,000ºC and a luminosity of 700, Approximately how many times larger is the diameter of the sun compared to the earth? A) 10 times B) 100 times C) 1000 times D) 10,000 times 42. Compared to the sun a white dwarf star is A) hotter and larger B) hotter and smaller C) cooler and larger D) cooler and smaller 43. Which star has a higher luminosity and a lower temperature than the Sun? A) Rigel B) Barnard s Star C) Alpha Centauri D) Aldebaran 44. The schematic below shows the number of stars formed in each mass range for each star more massive than 10 MSun. What is the mass range of the most common stars? A) MSun B) MSun C) 2-10 MSun D) MSun
11 45. Base your answer to the following question on the side-view model of the solar system in your answer booklet and on your knowledge of Earth science. The planets are shown in their relative order of distance from the Sun. Letter A indicates one of the planets. Identify the process that occurs within the Sun that converts mass into large amounts of energy. 46. The most observable phenomena in the "Solar Cycle" is the appearance of A) solar eclipses B) sun spots C) solar storms D) black holes
12 Base your answers to questions 47 and 48 on the diagram below and on your knowledge of Earth science. The diagram represents the inferred changes to the luminosity and color of the Sun throughout its life cycle. The diagonal dashed line represents the main sequence stars. The numbers 1 through 5 represent stages in the life cycle of the Sun. 47. For other stars in our galaxy that go through a similar life cycle to our Sun, which star is currently in the late stage of its life cycle? A) Alpha Centauri B) Procyon B C) Barnard's Star D) Polaris 48. The Sun is inferred to be the most luminous when it is classified as a A) white dwarf star B) gas cloud (nebula) C) main sequence star D) giant star
13 49. Which evidence best supports the theory that the universe began with a massive explosion? A) cosmic background radiation in space B) parallelism of planetary axes C) radioactive dating of Earth s bedrock D) life cycle of stars 50. Light and other forms of electromagnetic radiation are given off by stars using energy released during A) nuclear fusion B) conduction C) convection D) radioactive decay 51. Stars are believed to undergo evolutionary changes over millions of years. The flowchart below shows stages of predicted changes in the Sun. According to this flowchart, the Sun will become A) hotter and brighter in stage 2, then cooler and dimmer in stage 3 B) cooler and dimmer in stage 2, then hotter and brighter in stage 3 C) hotter and dimmer in stage 2, then cooler and brighter in stage 3 D) cooler and brighter in stage 2, then hotter and dimmer in stage What type of star is Polaris? A) White Dwarf B) Supergiant C) Red Giant D) Main Sequence 53. The probable fate of our sun is A) to expand as a red giant, undergo a nova outburst and end as a white dwarf B) to shrink to a white dwarf then eventually expand to a red giant C) become hotter and expand into a blue supergiant D) to become a black hole 54. To an observer on Earth, the Sun appears brighter than the star Rigel because the Sun is A) hotter than Rigel B) more luminous than Rigel C) closer than Rigel D) larger than Rigel 55. The coolest stars appear A) white B) red C) yellow D) blue 56. Most of the radiant energy released by the sun results from the process of A) nuclear fission B) nuclear fusion C) combustion D) electrical generation 57. Compared to the luminosity and surface temperature of red main sequence stars, blue supergiants are A) less luminous and have a lower surface temperature B) less luminous and have a higher surface temperature C) more luminous and have a lower surface temperature D) more luminous and have a higher surface temperature 58. In the H-R diagram, 90 percent of all stars fall A) in the Red Dwarf region. B) in the Supergiant region. C) among the White Dwarfs. D) on the Main Sequence.
14 59. The star Algol is estimated to have approximately the same luminosity as the star Aldebaran approximately the same temperature as the Rigel. Algol is best classified as a A) main sequence star B) red giant star C) white dwarf star D) red dwarf star 60. Two stars of the same color are plotted on an H-R diagram. Star A is more luminous than star B. Which one of the following statements could explain this? A) Star A is hotter than star B. B) Star A is more distant than star B. C) Star A appears brighter in the sky than star B. D) Star A is larger than star B. 61. Which of the following stars is hottest? A) a red giant B) a white dwarf C) the sun D) a red dwarf Base your answers to questions 62 through 64 on the diagram below, which shows two possible sequences in the life cycle of stars, beginning with their formation from nebular gas clouds in space. 62. According to the diagram, a star like Earth s Sun will eventually A) explode in a supernova B) become a black hole C) change into a white dwarf D) become a neutron star
15 63. Stars like Earth s Sun most likely formed directly from a A) nebula B) supernova C) red giant D) black dwarf 64. According to the diagram, the life-cycle path followed by a star is determined by the star s initial A) mass and size B) temperature and origin C) luminosity and color D) luminosity and structure 65. The reaction below represents an energy-producing process. The reaction represents how energy is produced A) in the Sun by fusion B) when water condenses in Earth's atmosphere C) from the movement of crustal plates D) during nuclear decay 66. An astronomer can estimate the temperature of a star by observing its A) size B) shape C) color D) brightness 67. Compared to other stars, the sun is A) among the hottest stars B) among the smallest stars C) very unique D) about average in all respects 68. Compared to the sun, stars near the top of the H-R diagram are always A) about the same brightness B) over 10,000 times brighter C) much redder D) much hotter 69. If we plot many stars on an H-R diagram, all with the same luminosity but different temperatures, they A) would all lie on the main sequence B) would be all over the diagram C) would form a horizontal line D) would form a vertical line 70. Which star is cooler and many times brighter than Earth s Sun? A) Barnard s Star B) Betelgeuse C) Rigel D) Sirius 71. Measurements indicate that a certain star has a very high luminosity (100,000 times that of our sun) and yet has a temperature that is cooler than the sun. What can you conclude about this observation? A) It could be a main sequence star. B) It may be quite large. C) This is a typical characteristic of stars. D) There must be an error in measurement. 72. According to our present theories of stellar evolution, our sun will change next into A) a white dwarf B) a black hole C) a supernova D) a red giant 73. Compared to the surface temperature and luminosity of massive stars in the Main Sequence, the smaller stars in the Main Sequence are A) hotter and less luminous B) hotter and more luminous C) cooler and less luminous D) cooler and more luminous 74. What celestial phenomenum most affects radio communication and other electrical atmospheric changes for us on earth? A) solar eclipses B) solar flares C) meteorites entering the atmosphere D) lunar eclipses 75. By which process do stars convert mass into great amounts of energy? A) nuclear fusion B) heat transfer C) gravitational pull D) radioactive decay 76. At which phase of its evolutionary life is a white dwarf star? A) the late phase for small mass star B) the remains of a larger star's explosion C) in the main sequence phase D) early phases, soon after a star's formation
16 77. The diagram below represents possible stages in the life cycle of stars. Which star has the greatest probability of producing a supernova explosion? A) Barnard's Star B) Betelgeuse C) Procyon B D) Sun 78. When a star less massive than our sun consumes all of its nuclear fuel it will then become a A) white dwarf B) nova C) supernova D) black hole 79. Which of the following stars is least bright? A) the sun B) a blue supergiant C) a white dwarf D) a red giant 80. Compared with our Sun, the star Betelgeuse is A) smaller, hotter, and less luminous B) smaller, cooler, and more luminous C) larger, hotter, and less luminous D) larger, cooler, and more luminous 81. Which star is more massive than our Sun, but has a lower surface temperature? A) 40 Eridani B B) Sirius C) Aldebaran D) Barnard's Star 82. Energy is produced within a star's core by the process of A) insolation B) conduction C) nuclear fusion D) radioactive decay
17 Base your answers to questions 83 and 84 on the flowchart below and on your knowledge of Earth science. The flowchart shows the evolution of stars. 83. Describe how the diameter and luminosity of a main sequence star change as the star becomes either a giant or a supergiant. 84. Identify the force responsible for the contraction of a nebula (a gas cloud of molecules) to form a protostar. 85. Which sequence of stars is listed in order of increasing luminosity? A) Spica, Rigel, Deneb, Betelgeuse B) Polaris, Deneb, 40 Eridani B, Proxima Centauri C) Barnards Star, Alpha Centauri, Rigel, Spica D) Procyon B, Sun, Sirius, Betelgeus 86. Compared to the temperature and luminosity of the star Polaris, the star Sirius is A) hotter and more luminous B) hotter and less luminous C) cooler and more luminous D) cooler and less luminous 87. Compared to the sun, Polaris is A) hotter and less luminous B) cooler and more luminous C) the same temperature and larger D) hotter and larger 88. As the sun ages it will be composed of A) more hydrogen and less helium B) more helium and less hydrogen C) more oxygen and less carbon D) less oxygen and more carbon 89. What factor below usually determines whether a star will be on the main sequence? A) age B) mass C) size D) distance from our sun. 90. The most abundant element on the sun is A) hydrogen B) helium C) carbon D) oxygen 91. The smallest stars on a H-R diagram are found A) at the upper left end of the main sequence B) at the lower right end of the main sequence C) at the upper right corner of the H-R diagram D) at the lower left corer of the H-R diagram 92. Which two stars have the most similar luminosity and temperature? A) Betelgeuse and Barnard's Star B) Rigel and Betelgeuse C) Alpha Centauri and the Sun D) Sirius and Procyon B 93. Small cool stars would most likely appear to be A) blue B) red C) yellow D) white
18 94. What factor from the choices below determines whether a star will evolve into a white dwarf, a neutron star, or a black hole? A) mass B) percentage of helium C) percentage of carbon D) apparent brightness 95. Sun spots are believed to be most closely related to the sun's A) corona B) period of rotation C) magnetic field D) changing size 96. Which object forms by the contraction of a large sphere of gases causing the nuclear fusion of lighter elements into heavier elements? A) comet B) planet C) star D) moon 97. Which object in space emits light because it releases energy produced by nuclear fusion? A) Earth's Moon B) Halley's comet C) Venus D) Polaris 98. Which star has the greatest size? A) Sun B) Alpha Centauri C) Betelgeuse D) Procyon 99. Great amounts of energy are released in the core of a star as lighter elements combine and form heavier elements during the process of A) compaction B) condensation C) radioactive decay D) nuclear fusion 100. Which statement describes the general relationship between the temperature and the luminosity of main sequence stars? A) As temperature decreases, luminosity increases. B) As temperature decreases, luminosity remains the same. C) As temperature increases, luminosity increases. D) As temperature increases, luminosity remains the same A Red giant star would most likely have a temperature of A) 5,000ºC B) 10,000ºC C) 20,000ºC D) 30,000ºC 102. We know that red giant stars are larger in diameter than the sun because A) they are more luminous but have the same temperature B) they are less luminous but have the same temperature C) they are hotter but have the same luminosity D) they are cooler but have the same luminosity 103. Which star is hotter, but less luminous, than Polaris? A) Deneb B) Aldebaran C) Sirius D) Pollux 104. The explosion of a massive star near the end of its life is known as a A) nova B) pulsar C) supernova D) nebula 105. The region of the H-R diagram occupied by most stars is the A) main sequence region B) red giant region C) white dwarf region D) quasar region 106. During a total solar eclipse one might view A) sun spots B) the sun's corona C) the sun's solar winds D) nothing of the sun, since it is totally blocked by the moon 107. Which process combines lighter elements into heavier elements and produces energy within the Sun and other stars? A) fusion B) insolation C) conduction D) radioactive decay 108. The vertical axis of an H-R diagram relates to the A) the color of the star B) the actual visual brightness of the star C) the apparent brightness of the star compared to our sun D) the speed of the star 109. Which star is cooler and less luminous than the Sun? A) Proxima Centauri B) Pollux C) Rigel D) 40 Eridani B
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the nature of the universe, galaxies, and stars can be determined by observations over time by using telescopes The spectral lines of stars tell us their approximate composition Remember last year in Physics?
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Classifying Stars In the early 1900s, Ejnar Hertzsprung and Henry Russell made some important observations. They noticed that, in general, stars with higher temperatures also have brighter absolute magnitudes.
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The Hertzsprung - Russell Diagram Laboratory 11 Objective: In this laboratory a random sample of stars will be used to create a HR Diagram. From the diagram it will be determined which category certain
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