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General Science and Ability | Exercise 3
Fission of complex elements releases heat
The highly compressed electrons exert degeneracy pressure.
Fusion of complex elements generates heat
The highly compressed neutrons exert degeneracy pressure.
the Hubble expansion
the uniformity of the abundance of hydrogen and helium
the cosmic background radiation
all of these answers.
produces chains of protons which are then broken apart to produce the Sun's energy.
adds protons together until a massive carbon nucleus is produced at the core of the Sun.
is the runaway reaction that produces the fission of iron during a supernova explosion.
is a three step process which converts some mass to energy as helium nuclei are formed.
Worms are unpleasant.
There would be no way back from the other side.
Tidal forces would crush ships entering it.
Objects might spontaneously fly out of it.
velocity of recession.
blobs of liquid metal ejected from the Sun
mass lost from red giant stars.
the core of an exploding supernova.
the original Big Bang creation event.
flat rotation curves of spiral galaxies.
powerful radio emission from the centers of spirals.
excessive amount of dark dust in spiral galaxies.
excessive amounts of gas found in spiral galaxies.
planets sweep out equal areas in equal times.
the square of the period of a planet's orbit equals the cube of its semi-major axis.
the shapes of planetary orbits are ellipses.
objects of different masses fall at the same rate.
its location in the Milky Way galaxy.
the turn-off point of stars on its main sequence.
ts radial velocity.
the number of stars it contains.
eventually stop contracting and begin expansion.
continue to expand forever.
eventually stop expanding and then contract.
continue to contract forever.
Barred spiral galaxies.
the Earth's shadow cast on the Moon as the Earth moves in between the Sun and the Moon.
the rotation of the Earth.
the highly elliptical orbit of the Moon.
our differing viewing angle of the illuminated half of the Moon.
main sequence stars.
the Big Bang.
a neutron star.
a red giant.
a black hole.
The size of a black hole.
The smallest mass a star can have and still burn hydrogen.
The maximum possible mass of a white dwarf.
The distance from the center of a galaxy at which Population I stars turn to Population II stars.
All of these answers.
discovering planets around other stars.
illustrating the need for dark matter in galaxies.
the discovery that our Universe is expanding.
pulsars spin too fast.
white dwarfs have broad absorption lines.
white dwarfs emit X-rays.
pulsars always have red giant companions.
more numerous are the stars.
less luminous are the stars.
greater the masses of the stars.
more common are binary stars.
General Science and Ability is also the compulsory part of CSS Exams. MCQs portion of GSA Paper carries 20 marks.
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