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I am a Space geek, two wrong is not acceptable. I knew Allan Shepard, don’t know why I said Mitchell.
Space Shuttle Challenger encounter a disaster —– This is the only one I milssed.
Glenn has the funniest and most correct question and answer.
11 out of 14- I’ve never heard of a bolide either
Surprised myself with 11 out of 14. I like Glenn’s and Dennis’ additional questions–got those right!
I wonder how many high school kids know the answers???
got 13 right
12 out of 14. Too easy.
I aced this quiz
12 out of 14 lots of fun looking back ?
Only 1 miss, but then I’d never heard the term “bolide”
For most Baby Boomers, space exploration was the biggest adventure of our lives, so we do know a little about it. Would that it continued today with the same grip on the public imagination!
13 out of 14… not too shabby.
Glenn- You are de man!
12 out of 14! No guesses either. Should have known about the golf ball, but I really thought Neil Armstrong did it. Did not know our sun was considered a “Dwarf”. I knew it was a “yellow” star, but not a Dwarf.
9 of 14, not too bad, few lucky guesses.
It was great growing up in the heyday of NASA, with the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs.
7/14. Better than I thought it would be. Not that informed on space.
Wow! I got 10 out of 14! Some very lucky guessing! (Although I definitely knew that Lance Armstrong was not the first person to set foot on the moon!
They should have asked “How much empty space between Nancy Pelosi’s ears?” Answers a) unknown b) infinite c) a black hole d) we have to pass it before we know what’s in it. e) all the above
LMAO!!! Too funny and waaay too accurate, Glenn!
Answer: All of the above.
I would not want to know what horrors lurk in that void.
But she will no doubt be re-elected by a large margin. The real question is how much space is between the voters ears.
I would have got that one right. Haha, good one.
Your answer on the meteor question is incorrect! I have been an advanced astronomer for over 65 years and have never heard of a “Golden Globe” except for an actor award. You may also want to check up on the number of “rings” around Saturn. There is obviously much space debris around all large bodies in space due to gravity. All mass interacts on other mass, but to be a ring needs to be visible as one!!!
I think you may have misread the question. It’s which one is NOT. And Golden Globe is not.
I think you misread the question. It says “not,” so the answer is “Golden Globe.” And I agree with you on the rings.