What is the largest planet in our solar system?
What is the smallest planet in our solar system?
Which planet is farthest from our Sun?
Mars is known for which color?
How many stars are in our solar system?
Is Ceres a dwarf planet?
What is the most abundant element in the universe?
What element is the Sun mostly made of?
What do scientists call the birthplace of stars?
Is the Earth at the center of the solar system?
Which galaxy do we live in?
Which element has an atomic number of 2?
What kind of rocks are formed when magma or lava cool and harden?
What is a group of lions called?
This skull belongs to which dinosaur?
What does Triceratops mean?
What element is used in many of today's rechargeable batteries for electric vehicles, energy storage
What toxic element is sometimes called the poisoner's poison?
Which planet did William Herschel discover in 1781?
How many planets are in our Solar System?
Where is the asteroid belt located in our Solar System?
How many days does it take for the Earth to orbit the Sun?
What force from the Sun pulls on the Earth and keeps it in orbit?
We always see the same side of the Moon.
Which two planets are about the same size?
What Italian astronomer was the first to study the stars through a telescope?
What do we call the layer of gas that blocks the Sun's harmful rays?
Does the Earth rotate in an Eastward or Westward direction?
What is the word for melted rock deep inside the earth?
Is the inner most part of the Earth called the crust, the mantle or the core?
What has a gravitational pull so strong that even light cannot escape it?
Do light years measure time, distance or radiation?
What is the name of Saturn’s largest moon?
Who was the first person to walk on the moon?
Olympus Mons is a large volcanic mountain on which planet?
The threshold around a black hole where the escape velocity surpasses the speed of light.
There is a supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy.
Which planet is famous for it's beautiful rings?
What is the name of the black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy?
Which stars have the longest lifespan?
The largest snake the world has ever known is called:
How long does it take light emitted from the Sun to reach the Earth?
How far away is the nearest-known star to the Sun?
In 1543, he proposed the Earth and other planets revolved around the Sun.
Which of these elements belongs to the nonmetals group?
What are the horizontal rows of the Periodic Table called?
What scientist is credited with inventing the Periodic Table?
What is the symbol for the element Gold?
He reduced mortality from puerperal fever and created the first vaccines for rabies and anthrax.
He popularized astronomy to the public and his TV series Cosmos remains one of the most-watched show
What type of rocks are formed by great heat and pressure?
Rocks constantly changing from one type to another over millions of years is called the:
These are usually caused when rock underground suddenly breaks along a fault
All species of life develops through the natural selection of small, inherited variations that incre
Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize?
His research led to the banning of lead in gasoline and in food products.
Stars in the Milky Way galaxy number in the:
The symbol for the element Mercury is:
Mercury is also known as:
Which nation is the leading producer of rare earth metals?
Does copper rust?
Rust is formed by the reaction of iron and which element?
Table salt is a compound of which two elements?
What is maximum number of electrons in the innermost shell of an atom?
Does a normal hydrogen atom have a neutron?
Helium, Neon, Argon, Krypton, Xenon, Radon, and Oganesson make up which group on the periodic table?
Which of these elements will explode on contact with water?
What caused the dinosaurs to die out?
These were large, four-legged herbivorous dinosaurs. They had very long necks, small heads with blun
Which is the largest land animal?
Which group of animals have scales?
Which of these animals is best adapted to the desert?
Which element is worth more than gold?
Which element has the atomic number 8?
How many elements are in the Periodic Table?
What element composes the largest part of Earth's atmosphere?
How many moons does Mars have?
What is the only world in the solar system besides Earth that has rivers, lakes and seas on its surf
What were duck-billed herbivorous dinosaurs called?
The volt, a unit of the electromotive force that drives current, was named after who in 1881?
Who is best known for his work regarding electricity and magnetism?
Approximately how old is the Earth?
Most rocks are composed of several different minerals?
Which of these minerals can kill you?
How fast do gravitational waves travel?
During the winter in the Northern Hemisphere, the North Pole is tilting in which direction?
Approximately how far is earth from the center of the Milky Way galaxy?
IC 1101 is one of the largest ever discovered of which?
What is ring of icy objects around the Sun extending just beyond the orbit of Neptune called?
These rocks are made when small pieces of other rocks are buried together.
What is the outer layer of the Earth called?
What rock is a type of glass made by volcanoes?
The most common rock on Earth's service is called?
Most types of this rock are made from the shells or skeletons of ancient ocean dwellers, such as she
Which of these is burned in furnaces to help produce energy?
Powered by black holes, what are 100 times brighter than a normal galaxy and eclipse the ancient gal
He proved their were galaxies beyond the Milky Way.
What are the dark areas on the surface of the Sun?
What is a massive star that has exploded called?
Ganymede, Io, Europa, and Callisto are called the...
Which planet has the strongest winds in the solar system?
Which moon of Neptune orbits backwards?
What is this green mineral that contains the elements iron, magnesium, silicon and oxygen?
Which dinosaur was covered in armor plates and had a huge club at the end of its tail?
A dose as little as 0.00000005 grams would be fatal.
Emeralds and rubies get their colors from which element?
Cheese, yogurt, milk, broccoli, sardines and almonds are rich is which element?
Which element's name comes from the German word for "Goblin?"
Which element is needed for plant growth and is used in plant fertilizers?
What substance has unique properties that are distinct from the properties of its elemental constitu
What is the big block of elements in the middle of the Period Table that contains hard, shiny metals
This element is named after the mythological Greek giants because it is so strong?
Which of these animals can have lifespans over 100 years in the wild?
What is the diverse group of flightless, mostly large and long-legged birds called?
Which of these creatures has the shortest lifespan?
Which owl is the smallest owl in the animal kingdom?
Which element crumbles into dust when it gets very cold?
What is a shorthand method of representing an element?
What gemstone with a pink or rose-red crystals can rival the deep color of rubies?
Half of all mammal species are what?
Which of these is the only dwarf planet in the inner Solar System?
How long does it take for the planet Mercury to orbit the Sun?
Which planet has an surface temperature hot enough to melt lead?
MK2 is a moon of which dwarf planet?
Which era did dinosaurs first appear?
What is the preserved remains of ancient life, found in many sedimentary rocks, called?
Which microbes break down dead plants and animals to use as food?
What do we call microbes that make people sick?
Who is considered the "Father of Micobiology"?
Who invented the floating ballcock, an improved tank-filling mechanism still used in toilets today?
Which of the following is a renewable form of energy?
Which of these microbes can survive in very extreme enviroments such as volcanic hot springs?
Scientists grow bacteria on special plates called...?
What is the thick jelly-like substance that fills the inside of a cell?
Crude oil that has high levels of sulfur is called?
What is used to treat bacteria infections all over the world?
Which year did Steve Jobs launch Apple's iPhone?
Which English computer scientist is best known as the inventor of the World Wide Web?
Who is best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electri
What was the first US spacecraft to successfully land on Mars in 1975?
This vehicle was first launched into space on April 12, 1981 and carried a crew of two.
Which planet in our Solar System rotates on its side?
The Great Red Spot can be found on which planet?
What is it called when the Moon moves into the Earth's shadow?
What kind of battieries does electric-vehicle maker Tesla use?
What kind of renewable energy comes from building dams on rivers?
Tapping heat generated inside the Earth creates which type of energy?
Which of these energy sources uses the least amount of water?
What kind of energy comes from sources that will run out or will not be replenished for thousands or
Which scientist is famous for the theory of quantum mechanics?
What does a Geiger Counter measure?
What unit of length is equal to approximately 9.46 trillion kilometers (5.88 trillion miles)?
What does the term API stand for in software technology?
Which duo invented the aeroplane?
What is the name of the classic 1972 arcade game based on table tennis?
What is light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation called?
Which of these elements is often used in tools because it is a hard, strong metal that is easy to sh
What element was the first to be produced artifically by researchers?
What element has the symbol N?
Which gases are often used for lighted signs?
What element gives garlic and onions their pungent smell and taste?
Which element has the symbol Sc?
What is the most abundant element in Earth's crust?
What is the symbol for Silicon Dioxide?
What gaseous compound has the chemical formula CH4 and also gives Neptune it's blue color?
Which of these elements is not a synthetic element?
What is the chemical symbol for the element Germanium?
Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus and Sulfur (CHNOPS) are considered the essential elem
Because this element does not rust, it is used to coat objects to make them look silver.
Because this element is an excellent conductor of electricity and heat, it is widely used as wires i
This element was discovered by German alchemist Hennig Brand when he boiled a large pot of urine.
Compounds with this element are often used in rat poisons.
When silicon and oxygen mix with metal ions, the result is a class of minerals called:
The 6 types of these include: up, down, bottom, top, charm, and strange.
What molecule tells a cell how to grow and behave?
What is the most common cold virus?
Which of these dinosaurs could fly?
What are rock fragments and particles ejected by a volcanic eruption called?
What is a group of ravens called?
Who invented the Selfie Stick in 2005?
What do we call a prediction or proposed explanation that can be tested?
What kind of energy can be transferred to other objects through collisions like bumper cars?
What two factors influence the amount of potential energy of an object?
What can happen to a species of animal isn't fit for its environment either because the environment
Who developed the theory of natural selection which describes how species change over time to adapt
What is the location of the source of a seismic wave directly under the epicenter of an earthquake?
What are the vibrations caused by the release of energy in an earthquake?
What are the three main branches of science?
The average kinetic energy of molecules in a substance is called what?
What kind of energy is stored in the bonds of chemical compounds?
What do scientists call four legged vertebrates that first appeared in the late Devonian period, 367
What are flying reptiles such as Quetzalcoatlus called?
What do scientists call animals that don't have backbones?
What are crabs, lobsters, water fleas, shrimp, and barnacles called?
What is the rod (such as a backbone) that extends down the length of the body for support called?
Which planet was named by an 11-year-old school girl named Venetia Burney in 1930?
How long does it take Mercury, the smallest planet in our solar system, to orbit around the Sun?
In 1978, astronomers found that tiny Pluto has a large moon, half as big as Pluto itself. What is th
Pluto is called a "dwarf planet", not a true planet. In 2005, a smaller dwarf planet was discovered.
What is the Milky Way that we can see at night?
What is the shape of the Milky Way galaxy?
Which planet is sometimes called the "third rock from the Sun"?
What element has the symbol Li?
What is the symbol for the element silver?
Which element has the symbol W?
SARS‑CoV‑2, the coronavirus which caused the COVID-19 pandemic belongs to which virus type?
What is H₂O the molecular formula for?
What is the chemical formula for methane?
Which of these animals uses their tongue to smell?
What year was the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) founded?
What is Earth’s oldest artificial satellite that's still in orbit?
Which of these is an organ of an electric eel that produces electricity?