Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

The primary discipline that Sagan argues nations benefit from by investing in space exploration is called which of the following? (from Chapter 13, The Gift of Apollo, Chapter 14, Exploring Other Worlds and Protecting This One)

2.

Sagan cautions that the beliefs he endorses could lead to an overabundance of what? (from Chapter 21, To The Sky!, Chapter 22, Tiptoeing Through the Milky Way)

3.

According to Sagan, how profitable is it for a nation to invest in space exploration? (from Chapter 13, The Gift of Apollo, Chapter 14, Exploring Other Worlds and Protecting This One)

4.

Conditions of what type were extremely important in the creation of early life on Earth? (from Chapter 7, Among the Moons of Saturn, Chapter 8, The First New Planet)

5.

According to Sagan, what was the major advantage of the attitude of the government towards the Apollo project? (from Chapter 13, The Gift of Apollo, Chapter 14, Exploring Other Worlds and Protecting This One)

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