天文学 TPO2-L4 Bode's Law

TPO2-L4

Bode’s Law

Listen to part of a lecture in an astronomy class. You will not need to remember the numbers the professor mentions.

 



  1. What is Bode’s law?
  • A. A law of gravitation.
  • B. An estimate of the distance between Mars and Jupiter.
  • C. A prediction of how many asteroids there are.
  • D. A pattern in the spacing of the planets.

 

  1. Why does the professor explain Bode’s Law to the class?
  • A. To describe the size of the asteroids.
  • B. To explain how the asteroids belt was discovered.
  • C. To explain how gravitational forces influence the planets.
  • D. To describe the impact of telescopes on astronomy.

 

  1. How does the professor introduce Bode’s Law?
  • A. By demonstrating how it is derived mathematically.
  • B. By describing the discovery of Uranus.
  • C. By drawing attention to the inaccuracy of a certain pattern.
  • D. By telling the names of several of the asteroids.

 

  1. According to the professor, what two factors contributed to the discovery of the asteroid Ceres?
    [CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
  • A. Improved telescopes.
  • B. Advances in mathematics.
  • C. The discovery of a new star.
  • D. The position of Uranus in a pattern.

 

  1. What does the professor imply about the asteroid belt?
  • A. It is farther from the Sun than Uranus.
  • B. Bode believed it was made up of small stars.
  • C. It is located where people expected to find a planet.
  • D. Ceres is the only one of the asteroids that can be seen without a telescope.

 

  1. Why does the professor say this: 🎧

 

  • A. To introduce an alternative application of Bode’s Law.
  • B. To give an example of what Bode’s law cannot explain.
  • C. To describe the limitations of gravitational theory.
  • D. To contrast Bode’s Law with a real scientific law.


答案:
D B A AD C D

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