1. This author accurately described the two moons of Mars, Phobos and Deimos, more than one hundred years before either moon was discovered.

A. Jonathan Swift
B. Leonardo da Vinci
C. Galileo

2. The attenuation coefficient:

A. describes the extent to which the intensity of an energy beam is reduced as it passes through a specific material.
B. measures how quickly the beam would lose intensity due to the absorption alone
C. estimates the resistance of a material from the mean free path of its electrons.

3. Greatest snowfall event to be recorded in the lower 48 was:

A. 63 inches, Georgetown, Colo., Dec. 4, 1913.
B. 49 inches, Butte, Montana, Dec. 3, 1911
C. 55 inches, Fargo, N.D., Dec. 4, 1912

Bonus Question:
In what media was the data for the moons of Mars recorded by the astronomer in question 1?