M is for Milky Way

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This is NOT the Milky Way, but another galaxy. I didn’t want to give away the answers! Image Credit: www.Hubblesite.org

Alright. Today is a quiz about the Milky Way. You ready?

  1. What is at the center of our Milky Way Galaxy?
    1. A planet
    2. A sun
    3. A black hole
  2. About how many stars are in our galaxy?
    1. 3 million
    2. 50 million
    3. 200 billion
    4. 200 million
    5. 2 billion
  3. True or False: We have actual photos of the Milky Way galaxy from above.
    1. True
    2. False
  4. True or False: You can see a halo around our galaxy.
    1. True
    2. False
  5. The true shape of the Milky Way galaxy is:
    1. A circle
    2. An oval
    3. A figure 8
    4. A rectangle
  6. The shape of our galaxy is due to:
    1. The velocity of the movement of its stars
    2. The fact that we have two dwarf galaxies connecting to ours.
    3. The gravitational pull of other galaxies nearby.

To read more about the Milky Way, check out this article where I got all my questions from! For a shortcut to the answers, see the bottom of this post.

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This post is part of a series called the A to Z Blogging Challenge, taking place during the month of April 2016. Each day is a new letter throughout the month. My theme this month is NATURE. To view other bloggers writing about this alphabet, check out the list here.  

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The list so far…

A is for Aspen
B is for BreathB is for Butterfly
C is for Consciousness
D is for Deep Space
E is for Earth
F is for Fire
G is for Garden Gnomes
H is for Heaven
I is for Inequality
J is for Jade
K is for Kissing
L is for Light

Answers: 1.C 2. C 3. B 4. B 5. B & C are both true. From the side, it looks like a figure 8. You’d better not have said rectangle. 6. B

One Comment

  1. Fun post Amy. I remember the first time I really understood I was seeing the Milky Way – lying on the ground in Yosemite on a summer night. I’d never seen such a magnificent display of stars. It was literally one of those life-changing moments that still fills me with wonder and awe all these many years later.
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