Bing Aurora Borealis Quiz

1. What are the primary colors of Aurora Borealis?

a. Red
b. Gold
c. Orange
d. Green

2. The plasma particles bump with what and make Aurora Borealis?

a. Meteoroid
b. Bob’s Head
c. Earth’s Atmosphere
d. Sun’s Light

3. Where can we see Aurora Borealis on the Earth from the options below?

a. Australia
b. Cuba
c. Taiwan
d. Japan

4. What is the meaning or Aurora in Roman mythology?

a. God of Light
b. Goddess of Money
c. Goddess of Dawn
d. God of Spirits

5. Another name of Aurora Borealis is…

a. Branta canadensis
b. Aplysia california
c. Northern Lights

6. From the following options, where can the Nothern Lights be seen?

a. Alaska
b. New Jersey
c. Zimbabwe

7. The lights of Aurora Borealis are caused by …. electrically charged particles which interact with the Earth magnetic field.

a. Lighting
b. Solar Winds
c. Thunder
d. Sun

8. The wide can be up to … miles

a. 3,000
b. 2,000
c. 10,000

9. Borealis is named after the Greek God of the…

a. Northern Sun
b. Northern Lightning
c. Northern Wind

10. What color is not a typical color of the Northern Lights?

a. Yellow
b. Purple
c. Red
d. Blue
e. Green

11. Aurora Borealis are usually most visible to people who live where?

a. Far north
b. Deep south
c. Wild west
d. Middle east

12. Who had a though that Aurora Borealis were the shining weaponry of immortal warriors?

a. Menominee
b. Celts
c. Inuit
d. Vikings

13. The causes of Aurora Borealis are…

a. Light which passes through pollution in the atmosphere
b. The refraction of light through the constant mists in the north
c. Electrons which come from solar winds
d. Reflection of lights off the arc of the polar ice

14. Who thought that Aurora Borealis is the spirit of animals?

a. Menominee
b. Celts
c. Vikings
d. Inuit

15. Who thought that Aurora Borealis is the torch of giants who live in the north?

a. Inuit
b. Celts
c. Menominee
d. Vikings

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