SPACES

The project is a KA2 of the erasmus+. It will see four mobilities and the aims are the connections between sciences and other topics, like philosophy and social sciences. This space, for now, is for mobility 1, concerning energy production and consumption.

Travel to another palnet Questions

  1. If you were an alien, which human religious group would accept you most likely?
  1. Christians, because they love everybody;
  2. Jews, because they think you also have free will;
  3. Buddhists, because they believe in several forms of life in different planets;
  4. There would be very little difference.

2. What are the gravest dangers that await humanity in the near future?

A) Extraterrestial invasion, global warming, nuclear war;

B) Artificial intelligence, global warming, biotechnology;

C) Agricultural crisis, overpopulation, volcanism;

D) Ice age, biological warfare, volcanism

 

3. Which moons in the Solar System are considered habitable?

A) None. They are too small for gravity.

B) Our Moon and the Phobos of the Mars. The others are too far from the Sun.

C) The Titan and Enceladus of the Jupiter, and the Ceres of the Saturn.

D) The Europa of the Jupiter, the Titan and the Enceladus of the Saturn.

 

4. What is the current method of finding planets outside the Solar System?

A) Watching the movement of their star. A wavy path means that something is orbiting the star;

B) Using large space telescopes to detect the very faint light of the planets;

C) Watching the changes in the brightness of the star. Periodical decrease in brightness means that something is orbiting the star;

D) Using radio telescopes to detect the signs of alien civilization.

 

5. What health problems weightlessness causes?

A) Bones age faster, muscles become weaker. There are problems in the digestive system, too.

B) Astronauts lose their sense of balance.

C) Weightlessness causes euphoria, releasing a huge quantity of endorphin which leads to brain damage.

D) Astronauts puts on so much weight, that they have to learn walking again after return.

 

6. What is the best way of building houses on the Moon?

A) You should dig caves under the surface to be protected from meteorites.

B) Ready-made metal parts should be shipped to the Moon, they are easy to join.

C) You should use the dust on the surface for making concrete.

D) You should use inflatable structures, because plastic is the lightest material to carry there.

 

7. What is required of a moon in the Solar System for being considered habitable?

  1. Liquid water and good soil for agriculture;
  2. Atmosphere with oxygen;
  3. Liquid water, orbit in the habitable zone;
  4. Water on the surface (liquid, ice or fog)

8. How many extra solar planets are detected by the Kepler space telescope?

  1. 17, one of them around the Proxima Centauri;
  2. More than 800;
  3. 157, some of them Earth-size;
  4. More than 300, but all of them large gas planets

 

9. Which are the methods of the slow interstellar travel?

A) Generation ships and using wormholes;

B) Generation ships, island hopping, suspended animation;

C) Suspended animation with robot control;

D) There are none, you should travel as fast as you can.

 

10. When should humans start for the stars?

A) As soon as possible, since the distance is so huge;

B) It doesn’t matter, as you can’t live long enough to arrive;

C) 50 years from now, because faster methods of travel can be developed, so you arrive earlier;

D) 200 years from now, because we need more energy to start a spaceflight.

 

11.  During the Nasa Mars Isolation Experiment in Hawaii, which routine was not practised on a daily basis?

A: workout&/stretching             

B: shower           

C: journal

D: email

 

12. We have learnt from a presentation that we can produce 860 litres gas oxygen from 1 litre fluid oxygen, and an average person consumes 550 litres oxygen gas/day. Let’s assume that we can take 3 tanks of fluid oxygen with us to a mission in a landing module, each with a volume of 1 hectolitre. The mission is 30 days long, with no opportunity to gain or regain oxygen. At most, how many person can take part in the mission?

A: 15         

B:16          

C:150        

D:156

 

13. According to the presentation of C. Dávid, there are some reasons why we need to cover our hypothetical cities if we colonize Moon. From the following reasons, which one is false?

A. Great daily range of temperature (-150 - +120)         

B.  No gravity, we would fly away

C. There are heavy gases (i.e. Radon) on the surface     

D. the atmosphere is thin

 

14. How do we call the sum of those environmental conditions that a certain species (ie animal) prefers most?

A: Tolerance range           

B: Upper limit of tolerance          

C:Zone of intolerance      

D:Optimal range

 

15. Which statement is true about the Hyperloop transfer system?

A: Elon Musk invented it 

B: It is under testing in Israel      

C: It is cheap        

D: Air cushion is a main factor in the motion

 

16. In the lack of the secondary elements (Na, Cl, Mg, Ca) which system of our body would be the most affected?

A: The digestive system  (stomach and bellies)

B:The respiratory system (lung) 

C: The nerve system       

D: The circulatory system (heart and blood vessels)

 

17. What is the name of the material that covers the most part of the surface of Mars (so we could try to make concrete out of it for building houses, etc.)?

A: miracle plaster           

B:regolith

C:parraffin          

D: limestone

 

18. What kind of subjects/topics did Anna suggested to teach in the official education system on another planet?

  1. PE, first aid, insulation, toxicity
  2. English, PE,  planetology
  3. first aid, immunology, genetic engineering
  4. animal psychology, engineering, insulation

19 Which is the third step of Nasa’s plan to make the Mars habitable?

  1. Once carbon dioxide evolves in the atmosphere, it will form an ozone layer, shielding the surface from the biologically-lethal solar ultraviolet radiation.
  2. Once oxygen evolves in the atmosphere, it will form an ozone layer, shielding the surface from the biologically-lethal solar ultraviolet radiation.
  3. Once carbon monoxide evolves in the atmosphere, it will form an ozone layer, shielding the surface from the biologically-lethal solar infra violet radiation.
  4. Once oxygen evolves in the atmosphere, it will form an ozone layer, shielding the surface from the biologically-lethal solar infra violet radiation.

20. Which statement is true about sound and electromagnetic waves?

A. The sound wave is slower than electromagnetic wave but it does need any material to travel in.

B. The electromagnetic wave travels about 10 times faster than the sound and it needs no medium to travel in.

C. Mobile phones use electromagnetic waves and even bats can detect this type of waves.

D. At lightening during rainstorm we can usually experience both electromagnetic and sound waves.

 

21. According to estimation how many times would be more expensive to get a man to the Mars than lunching a space shuttle?

A. 30

B. 300

C. 3000
D. 1000

22. Why might it be not possible to relocate more thousand people to Mars in the near future?

A. Because the cost of it would be about 10 times so much as one year budget of USA.

B. It is not true it might be possible.

C. Because we needed even 50 Mars trips for that what could not afford the 5 richest countries in the near future.

D. It would cost about 1100 billion dollar which is double of one year budget of USA.

 

23. “When the Most High gave the nations their inheritance, when he divided all mankind, he set up boundaries for the peoples according to the number of the sons of Israel.”

Where is it in the Torah?

  1. Genesis
  2. Exodus
  3. Leviticus
  4. Numbers

E. Deuteronomy

24. Why is gravity crucial for biological life?

A. for bones and muscle growth

B. for eating and drinking

C. to prevent our body against pathogens

D. to keep our homeostasis in balance

25. Which one is not true?

A. short form of astronomical unit is AU

B. astronomical unit is the mean distance between the Earth and our sun

C. astronomical unit is about 150 million km

D. astronomical unit equals approximately 100 light-minutes

 

 

Author: Zsolt Csaba