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Which of the following types of protogalactic clouds is most likely to form an elliptical galaxy?
a dense cloud with very little angular momentum
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What effect do even thin clouds of dust have on light passing through them?
It dims and reddens the light of all more distant stars.
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Uranus and Neptune have methane clouds but Jupiter and Saturn do not. Which factor explains why?
Temperatures on Jupiter and Saturn are too high for methane to condense.
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How do we know that there are intergalactic clouds between a distant quasar and us?
We see hydrogen absorption lines at redshifts smaller than that of the quasar.
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I know that I shall meet my fate Somewhere among the clouds above —”An Irish Airman Foresees His Death,” W. B. Yeats Which statement best describes the effect of meter in the first line of the poem?
The stress on know and fate emphasizes the speaker’s certainty that he will die in combat
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The nebular theory also predicts that the cloud will flatten into a disk as it shrinks in size… What explains why the collapsing clouds should form a disk?
Colliding Particles exchange angular momentum and, on average, end up with the rotation pattern for the cloud as a whole
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What mood is created by the clarinets’ and bassoons’ descending chords of Clouds?
dreamy and vague
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What are the very cold (about 20-K), dense clouds of gas thought to be the most massive objects in the Galaxy called?
molecular clouds
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The Magellanic Clouds seen from the southern hemisphere are examples of what type of objects?
Irregular galaxies
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Read the line from “84” by Rabindranath Tagore. Over the green and yellow rice-fields sweep the shadows of the autumn clouds followed by the swift-chasing sun What is the effect of the imagery used in these lines?
D. The reader can visualize the fields and the sky.
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