How Space Savvy Are You?

You might think you can walk the walk and talk the talk when it coms to space, but how space savvy are you really? Take these 12 stellar questions and put your space knowledge to the test!
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How much does the average space suit cost?
$100,000
$12 million
$1 million
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True or false: Humans cannot cry in space because their tears will not fall.
True
False
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How many sunrises and sunsets do astronauts on the international space station witness everyday?
2
7
15
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How much did the International Space Station cost to build?
$150 billion
$1 trillion
$600 million
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How many inches taller does the average astronaut become in space?
There's no change
1 inch
2 inches
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What are Russian astronauts called?
Space adventurers
Cosmonauts
Space engineers
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What is built into astronaut's helmets to relieve itchiness on their heads?
A velcro patch
Tiny spindles
A thumb tack
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True or false: Nasa has discovered stars that are cool enough to touch.
True
False
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What are Saturn's rings made of?
Solid rock material
Ice, dust, and rock
Gases
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How long can a human be unprotected in space for if they don't breath?
1 minute
10 seconds
30 seconds
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In space, what color would the sun appear to be to a human?
White
Yellow
Orange
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True or false: The Great Wall of China can be seen from space.
True
False
Result
Based on the results of your quiz, you are a bit of a space cadet. Listen, we know that it isn't easy to know everything about space. In fact, it's quite hard. Despite missing a few questions, we still think you did an amazing job. You demonstrated a strong foundational knowledge on all things space.

C+, Space Cadet

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Based on the results of your quiz, you are total space star! There's no doubt in our minds, you know a thing or two about space. In fact, we think you might have a passion for space. We commend you for being well versed on space and everything in between!

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Based on the results of your quiz, you are totally space stellar! Color us impressed! You are out of this world! When it comes to space you are the master. We get the feeling that you find space just as fascinating as we do. Well done!

A+, Space Stellar

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1
How much does the average space suit cost?
$100,000
$12 million
$1 million
2
True or false: Humans cannot cry in space because their tears will not fall.
True
False
3
How many sunrises and sunsets do astronauts on the international space station witness everyday?
2
7
15
4
How much did the International Space Station cost to build?
$150 billion
$1 trillion
$600 million
5
How many inches taller does the average astronaut become in space?
There's no change
1 inch
2 inches
6
What are Russian astronauts called?
Space adventurers
Cosmonauts
Space engineers
7
What is built into astronaut's helmets to relieve itchiness on their heads?
A velcro patch
Tiny spindles
A thumb tack
8
True or false: Nasa has discovered stars that are cool enough to touch.
True
False
9
What are Saturn's rings made of?
Solid rock material
Ice, dust, and rock
Gases
10
How long can a human be unprotected in space for if they don't breath?
1 minute
10 seconds
30 seconds
11
In space, what color would the sun appear to be to a human?
White
Yellow
Orange
12
True or false: The Great Wall of China can be seen from space.
True
False