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DK Quiz The Night Sky

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  1. How many constellations are there?
  2. 88
  3. How many stars can you see with the naked eye?
  4. 3,000
  5. The closest star to Earth after the Sun is…
  6. Alpha Centauri
  7. How far is the star Alpha Centauri from Earth?
  8. 4.2 light years
  9. How many stars can you see in the Southern Cross?
  10. Five
  11. The Southern Cross can only be seen from the Southern Hemisphere.
  12. True
  13. Which constellation does this represent?
  14. Leo
  15. What is an exploding star called?
  16. A supernova
  17. Which distant dwarf planet was discovered in 1781 by William Herschel?
  18. Pluto
  19. The Big Dipper is also known as…
  20. The Plough
  21. Corona Borealis is more commonly known as…
  22. The Northern Crown
  23. This constellation which looks like a bear is called…
  24. Ursa Major
  25. Hyades and Pleiades are two clusters that lie in which constellation?
  26. Taurus
  27. How many constellations did Ptolemy define?
  28. 48
  29. Named after a creature from Greek mythology, this constellation is called…
  30. Pegasus
  31. Castor and Pollux are two bright stars from which constellation?
  32. Gemini
  33. This diagram shows the constellation of Gemini.
  34. True
  35. The brightest star in Virgo is called…
  36. Spica
  37. What is the line of three stars that make up part of the Orion constellation called?
  38. Orion’s Belt
  39. This diagram shows the constellation of Orion.
  40. True

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