How would we realize that Earth is geographically dynamic?.

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Unmistakable light enters an environment and warms a planet, then the planet discharges infrared light that is caught ... Auroras (called Northern Lights in the United States) ...
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How would we realize that Earth is topographically dynamic? Volcanoes Seismology Measuring the temperature inside All of the above 1 and 2

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How does the cooling of planets and potatoes shift with size? Bigger makes it harder for warmth from inside to escape Larger has a greater proportion of volume (which needs to cool) to surface territory (the surface is the place cooling happens) Larger takes more time to cool All of the above

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What is important for a separation to happen in a planet? It must have metal and shake in It must be a blend of materials of various thickness Material inside must have the capacity to stream All of the above 2 and 3

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Do you think separation is prone to happen in a little planet? Yes No Maybe

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What is the wellspring of Earth\'s attractive field? Attractive rocks Magnetized iron in Earth\'s outside layer Magnetized iron in Earth\'s center Molten metal coursing within Earth, moving electrons like in a wire

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What is the nursery impact? Something awful that happens to the climate Something awful that happens to the air on the off chance that we lose an excessive amount of ozone Something awful that is going on Earth, not different planets 1, 2, and 3 Visible light enters an environment and warms a planet, then the planet emanates infrared light that is caught by the air

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Why are littler earthbound bodies, for example, Mercury or the Moon "geographically dead"? They don\'t have volcanoes They chilled quicker than Earth did They don\'t have disintegration They were hit by less shooting stars They are made of various materials than Earth

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What appears to have made the long bluffs seen on Mercury? Volcanoes Earthquakes Cooling and contracting when the planet turned out to be geographically dead Meteorite affects None of the above

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Suppose Venus pivoted as quick as Earth. How might this change its relative levels of volcanism, tectonics, and disintegration? All would continue as before - autonomous of pivot. More elevated amounts of every one of the three. Lower levels of each of the three. The same levels of volcanism and tectonics, and a more elevated amount of disintegration. More elevated amounts of volcanism and tectonics, and the same level of disintegration.

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Suppose we could mysteriously supplant Venus\' real climate with an environment indistinguishable to Earth\'s. Could fluid water exist on its surface? No, the runaway nursery impact would guarantee that fluid water would instantly dissipate. No, the low weight would guarantee that fluid water would quickly dissipate. Yes, the surface temperature would be well beneath the breaking point of water. Yes, the conditions would be precisely as on Earth. Yes, yet just at the shafts.

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What is the structure of Jupiter like? Rough center, slim environment Rocky center, thick climate Gaseous all things considered, then fluid hydrogen, more thick metallic hydrogen, rough center Gaseous all things considered, then fluid hydrogen, then helium, then alternate components

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Jupiter does not have a huge metal center like Earth. By what means would it be able to have an attractive field? The attractive field is left over from when Jupiter accumulated Its attractive field originates from the Sun It has metallic hydrogen inside, which courses and makes an attractive field That\'s the reason its attractive field is powerless

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Auroras (called Northern Lights in the United States): Are found on Earth Are found on Jupiter Indicate an attractive field is available Result when particles in the sun powered wind hit a planet All of the above

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What is the climate normally like on Jupiter? Rapid, low thickness mists Low speed, high thickness mists Winds of several miles for each hour, thick mists Clear and exceptionally chilly Many brilliant stars around evening time, since Jupiter is nearer to the stars than Earth

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Jupiter is around three times as enormous as Saturn, however just somewhat bigger. Why? It is made of more grounded material It is made of weaker material Adding mass expands gravity and packs gasses Because they are made of various gasses None of the above

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What is the most topographically dynamic world we know of in the close planetary system? Earth–due to its tremors and volcanoes Mercury, the most sizzling planet Mars Jupiter\'s moon Io

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How does Io get warmed by Jupiter? Auroras Light Infrared radiation Jupiter "presses it" by pulling harder on one side than alternate Volcanoes

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Which of the accompanying would expand the tidal warming of a moon? A more circular circle Larger size Orbit around a bigger planet All of the above 1 and 3

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How do cosmologists think Jupiter produces inside warmth? Combination Chemical responses Friction because of its quick pivot Shrinking and discharging gravitational potential vitality Tidal strengths

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Why do Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune all have rings? Rings were left over from close planetary system arrangement They all caught particles All four planets had an extensive moon that deteriorated All have little moons and little circling particles that always impact and make rings