20Q Game 31

I was going to guess “star”.

Maybe i still will if it’s not the milky way.

a star is definitely in the milky way though

Most visible stars are, yes. Not all.


but your guess is just a generic “star”?

then the answer would be “yes/no”


Not guessing that anymore.

Asteroid? planet? Comet?

Oops, need to read the whole answer…

Black hole? Pulsar?

would be weird to say “they can be found here” if it’s a blackhole.

there’s only one in the milky way. well, I suppose you can refer to the collective of blackholes.

Reading too much into this

pulsar, super nova, neutron star, any dwarves, red giants, etc.


I would say they regardless. Theoretically. I think. Don’t overthink it. :slight_smile:

Most black holes I know are all the same color . . . and a clue slipped in with that last answer . . .

Are the objects generally visible by the naked eye from the surface of the earth?


Btw, looking at the lists JSM and Lucy offer, I would say that question is messy because lots of space things are generally invisible to the naked eye because most of the time they are too far away.

one might be able to see a supernova with the naked eye, if you’re lucky.

Yeah, humans have probably seen more supernovae than planets?

Anyway, if it was a difficult question, then assume I went with a common sense reading, which would be a “no” for supernovae.

Planetary moons could fit the descriptions . . . I think.

Only for planets outside our solar system…

I wouldn’t worry about it. :slight_smile: You guys got this.


You can’t see the moons of mars, or jupiter, or… anything other than “the moon” around the earth with the naked eye.