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Question 1: These issues and other related issues are discussed in the articles ________, Mars Society, Colonization of Mercury, Colonization of Venus, Venusian terraforming, Colonization of the Moon, Artemis Project, Europa, Phobos, Colonization of the asteroids and others.
Life on MarsExploration of MarsTerraforming of MarsColonization of Mars

Question 2: Originally, all of these fields were considered part of ________.
StarAstrophysicsAstronomySun

Question 3: Astronomy teaching tools include ________ and others.
FulldomeAstrolabeStarPlanetarium

Question 4: Habitable Zone Astrobiology is discussed in ________ and Solar System Habitable Zone.
Rare Earth hypothesisHabitable zoneExtraterrestrial lifePlanetary habitability

Question 5: Geophysics is the study of the ________ by quantitative physical methods, especially by seismic, electromagnetic, and radioactivity methods, therefore Planetary Geophysics is the study of the planets by quantitative physical methods, especially by seismic, electromagnetic, and radioactivity methods.
EarthNatureSunMoon

Question 6: Space Colonization Transportation includes ________
Apollo programLunar roverRover (space exploration)Chang'e 3

Question 7: For instance on Mars, whose surface gravity is much less, the largest volcano, ________, is 27 km high at its peak, a height that could not be maintained on Earth.
Olympus MonsSyrtis MajorWater on MarsArsia Mons

Question 8: If the stellar mass is high enough, the neutrons themselves will be crushed and the star will collapse until its radius is smaller than the ________.
Reissner–Nordström metricSchwarzschild radiusBlack holeSchwarzschild metric

Question 9: There are Astronomical satellites, Biosatellites, ________, Miniaturized satellites, Navigation satellites, Reconnaissance satellites, Earth observation satellites, Earth observation satellites and others.
Satellite Internet accessSatellite televisionCommunications satelliteSatellite phone

Question 10: In ________, stellar evolution is the sequence of changes that a star undergoes during its lifetime; the hundreds of thousands, millions or billions of years during which it emits light and heat.
SunTheoretical astronomyAstronomyAstrophysics
















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