||Galilean, Keplerian, Newtonian and Conde are types of what instrument?
||Founded 1950, whose flag is a white compass rose/star in a circle on blue background?
||What ancient rulers wore a double-crown symbolizing their joined upper and lower lands?
||What type of lens bends parallel rays inwards: convex or concave?
||Mumps can spread, rarely, where in adult males, with permanent procreational effect?
||The arbalest/arblast is a medieval more powerful developed version of which weapon?
||What mineral caused the founding of S Africa’s Johannesburg in 1886?
||In the greeenhouse effect ultraviolet light is reradiated and absorbed as what invisible energy?
||What obscure metal element (Hf) is named from Latin for Copenhagen, where it was discovered?
||Hafnium (from Hafnia)
||The Cyclades are an eastern island group of which nation?
||Which band headlined the opening/rebranding of the London Dome/O2, June 2007?
||What the note is at the 12th fret of the 1st and 6th strings of a standard-tuned 6-string guitar?
||What part of Manhattan is named after a Dutch city famous for its bulb trade?
||Harlem (after Haarlem)
||What chemical element (Cu) is named after Cyprus?
||Insurgents of what nation took part in the Easter Rising of 1916?
||What Greek mythological horse sprang from the blood of Medusa?
||What was disestablished as the state religion of Japan after WWII?
||A red giant star typically evolves when its central hydrogen has converted to what gas?
||The French railway (train of great speed) abbreviation TGV mean what in French?
||Train a Grande Vitesse
||Refraction concerns a changed direction of wind, light, water or a missile?