Constellation MCQ Questions and Answers Quiz

11. Which constellation can be seen from the North Pole?

  1. Canis Major
  2. Libra
  3. Little Dipper
  4. Capricorn

12. Which constellation can Venus be found in?

  1. Aries
  2. Orion
  3. Aquila
  4. Ursa Major

13. Which device is used to analyse the spectrum of stars?

  1. camera
  2. telescope
  3. spectroscope
  4. none of these

14. Which is not true of the planets?

  1. they move across the constellations
  2. they are always brighter than the stars
  3. they are located near the ecliptic
  4. through a good telescope, they are not points of light

15. Which of the following best compares the amount of empty space in the universe to the amount of space galaxies occupy? Galaxies...

  1. take up about half of the space.
  2. take up most of the room in space.
  3. are less than half but more than a fourth of space.
  4. take up an extremely small amount of space.

16. Which of the following correctly ranks astronomical objects by size, starting with the smallest?

  1. Earth, sun, solar system, galaxy, universe
  2. Sun, solar system, Earth, universe, galaxy
  3. Universe, galaxy, solar system, Earth, sun
  4. Solar system, Earth, sun, universe, galaxy

17. Which of the following is a constellation?

  1. Betelgeuse
  2. Sirius
  3. Polaris
  4. Orion

18. Which of the following is a Zodiac constellation?

  1. Canis Major
  2. Gemini
  3. Cassiopeia
  4. Rigel

19. Which stars do we always see during the year? Stars...

  1. on the horizon
  2. over the North Pole
  3. in the larger constellations
  4. inside other galaxies

20. Why are distances in space often measured in light years?

  1. The light year is a commonly used unit of measure.
  2. Distances in space are so great that a large unit is needed.
  3. Scientists always use metric units like light years.
  4. Light years are easy to measure and understand.

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