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Daily Quiz #4041

General Knowledge Quiz for 10 February 2020

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1

What distance from earth does one have to get to qualify for NASA's definition of an astronaut?

A
5,000 miles
B
50,000 miles
C
500 miles
D
50 miles
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2

The TV series that began to be broadcast in 2000 called "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (without a location in the title) is set in what city?

A
Las Vegas
B
Quebec
C
Sydney
D
London
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3

Single buck and springboard are two disciplines in what World Championship(s)?

A
Skiing
B
Swimming
C
Luge
D
Timbersports and Lumberjack
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4

According to Celtic legend, where did heroes go to die?

A
Avalon
B
Valhalla
C
Nirvana
D
Necropolis
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5

What is the main surface type in the Gobi Desert?

A
Gravel
B
Sand
C
Silicate clay
D
Gypsum
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6

What does the word "glebe" refer to?

A
Church land
B
Type of bird
C
Texture of drying paint
D
An orchestral concert
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7

To which astronomer and cosmologist is what became known as the "big bang theory", the currently leading cosmological theory as modified by George Gamow, attributed?

A
Edwin P. Hubble
B
Stephen Hawking
C
Willem de Sitter
D
Georges Lemaître
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