Dark-line (absorption) spectra can be used to identify the present in stars

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69) Dark-line (absorption) spectra can be used to identify the ________ present in stars.

A) energy

B) luminosity

C) heat

D) elements

70) In the case of light, when a source is moving away, its light appears ________ than it actually is.

A) bluer

B) greener

C) whiter

D) redder

71) Galileo ________ telescopes.

A) did his work before the invention of

B) rarely used

C) built the first

D) benefited from and for his observations came to almost exclusively use

72) Sir Isaac Newton built and used ________ telescopes.

A) radio

B) reflecting

C) optical

D) refracting

73) All of the world's largest telescopes are of the ________ type.

A) refracting

B) radio

C) reflecting

D) optical

74) Radio telescopes have an advantage over optical telescopes in that they can be used ________.

A) during daylight hours

B) to detect visual imagery of pulsars

C) in all four seasons

D) to detect very short wave radiation

75) Radio telescopes are generally ________ than are optical telescopes.

A) much simpler

B) smoother in surface

C) much larger in size

D) more precise (higher resolution)

76) Sunspots appear dark because they are ________ than the surrounding solar surface.

A) cooler

B) more energized

C) less ionized

D) much closer to the Sun's core

77) The Sun's energy results from the conversion of ________ nuclei into helium nuclei.

A) oxygen

B) phosphorus

C) hydrogen

D) iron

78) The Sun is considered a(n) ________ star.

A) small

B) large

C) dwarf

D) average

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