Philip Brown's Crossword

This crossword was created to aid myself in revision for the topics I lost marks on in my PPE.

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  • Created by: kroddus
  • Created on: 14-12-14 20:38
What is the acronym for the background radiation of our Universe.
CMBR
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The Universe's background radiation's wavelength is getting longer as the universe is...
Expanding
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What do scientists belive is the origin of The Universe's background radiation
Big Bang
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What "Shift" do we see when objects move away from an observer at speeds close to the speed of light.
Red
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What "Shift" do we see when objects move toward an observer at speeds close to the speed of light.
Blue
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What "S" is the force of attraction between particles in a solid.
Strong
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What "F" describes the acceleration of the speed in which the temperature of water falls within a black can in comparison with that of a white can
Faster
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What adjective describes the red shift of distant galaxies in comparison to that of closer ones.
Larger
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What "D" is the effect in which a wave's length and frequency is altered dependent on how close an object is to the speed of the wave relative to an observer.
Doppler
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What "R" is the wave that mobile phones transmit data via.
Radio
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