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Scientists in Comic Books
An unusual number of comic book scientists end up becoming supervillains.
Constellations First Letters Blitz
Can you name ANY constellation which starts with each letter of the alphabet, so that entering one correct answer triggers the rest?
Not So Planetary Profile: Pluto
Why does the solar system have a Kuiper Belt? Because if its pants fall down, everyone can see Uranus.
LogiCrossword: Planets
Hint: It helps to know what the planets actually are.
One of the Group: Science Crossword
Can you fill this crossword where each answer is one of the group given in the clue?
Click a Spacecraft (Crewed)
Can you find the correct crewed spacecraft to match each description?
Scientists by Biography Title
Some men just want to watch the world learn.
Aiming at the Moon
The Moon is 2,159 miles wide. It shouldn't be that hard to hit, right?
Word Ladder: A Flash of Light
Name the five-letter words in this themed word ladder.
Celestial Object by Phonetic Name
aʊt ɒv ðɪs wɜːld
First One - Last One (Science)
Name the first and last.
15 Seconds: Planets
Rest in peace, Pluto.
Odd One Out - Science
In astronomy, the odd one out is out of this world.
Blitz: Star, Bucks or Starbucks?
Can you categorize each item as a star (Star), a synonym for money (Bucks) or an item on the menu at 'Starbucks' (Starbucks)?
'P' in Natural Sciences
If you like science and the letter 'P', then enjoy this puma preparing to pounce on its prey.
Stigler's Law of Eponomy
Stigler's law states that no scientific discovery is named after its original discoverer - can you identify the person for whom the given discoveries are named, despite them not being the ones to have originally discovered them?
Sound Smart About: Space Travel
Sometimes, people just need some space.
Star Types
Can you click the types of stars*, while avoiding the decoys?
Stellar Profile: Sun
If you're good with solar system trivia, this could be your moment in the sun.
Time Flies: A History of Flight
Match the years to these events involving animal flight, human flight, and space flight.
Guess the Moon
As far as we're aware, no cow has successfully jumped over any of these moons.
Constellation Names Translated IV
Can you choose what each of these constellations' names means when translated into English (or, for constellations named for specific people and creatures, what they represent)?
Without Sporcle: Science
We prefer most things 'with' Sporcle.
Astronomers' Nationalities
Pick the correct nationality of each astronomer? (Enter a, b, c, or d from the options beneath each slide)..
Star Colour Picture Click
Pick the possible star colours whilst avoiding the impossible ones (see game note).
Real or Fake Lunar Sea?
Pick the real lunar seas and avoid the decoys.
Constellation Names Translated III
Can you choose what each of these constellations' names means when translated into English (or, for constellations named for specific people and creatures, what they represent)?
Weakest Link: Solar System
It seems like Pluto already lost this game in 2006.
5x5 in 90: Mixed Science Minefield Blitz
Telling galaxies apart from invertebrates sounds easy, until you have to do it in a hurry.
All Named Moons of the Solar System
One of the rare instances where Shakespeare and mythology knowledge will help you immensely on a science quiz.
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