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BitLife: All Astronaut Technical Training Answers, Listed

BitLife: All Astronaut Technical Training Answers, Listed
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Before you can become an astronaut in BitLife, you’ll have to prove yourself by passing the technical test. The questions on the test are based on real-world astronomy and science, but if you want to skip the studying, here are all astronaut technical training answers in BitLife listed.

How to Take the Astronaut Technical Training Test in BitLife

BitLife has premium expansion packs known as Job Packs that add new potential careers to the game at 4.99 USD a pop. The Astronaut Job Pack lets Bitizens train up to become fully-fledged space explorers.

To start your path to becoming an astronaut, you’ll have to make sure you start a life in either US, UK, Germany, Russia, Japan, or Canada, as these are the only countries with space programs.

Live your life as normal and keep your grades up, as you need to graduate from university with a STEM degree; this can be math, information systems, computer science, physics, or engineering. Make sure that you keep your Smarts meter as high as possible.

Now, we need to get your Pilot’s License. Under Activities, go to Licenses, then go to Flight School. You need a total of 40 hours before you’re cleared to take the Pilot’s License test. Get your hours in, then take the test, and use our Pilot’s License answers list to ensure you don’t fail the test.

We’re almost there! Open the Occupation menu and go to Special Careers, the tap on Astronaut, then tap on Space Academy, which costs around $30,000 for two years of tuition.

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Once you’re in space academy, you have three stats to manage: fitness training, flight training, and technical training. Fitness training just needs hours, flight training makes you play a mini-game, and technical training requires you to answer quiz questions pertaining to real-life astronomy.

To train up any of your space academy skills, go to the School menu, Space Academy, then choose the training you want to focus on. For this guide, we’ll be improving your technical training.

All Astronaut Technical Training Answers in BitLife Listed

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Every time you do the technical training test, you’ll be asked a random question selected from the list below. Use your browser’s search function to find your question and the correct answer to ensure you get each question right. Each question you get right raises your technical training meter.

QuestionAnswer
What is the closest star to Earth?The Sun
Stars are fueled by the nuclear fusion of what gas?Hydrogen
How long does it take the space station to orbit once around Earth?90 minutes
What is the name of the galaxy that will collide with the Milky Way someday?Andromeda
What is an astronaut’s maximum absorbency garment?It’s a diaper
Which type of engine is used to maneuver spacecraft during flight and adjust their trajectory?Maneuvering thrusters
What is the name of the machine that simulates the effect of gravity on the human body?Centrifuge
What is the name of the robotic arm used by astronauts to manipulate objects outside the spacecraft?Canadarm
What keeps an astronaut attached to a spacecraft while on a spacewalk?A tether system
What type of spacecraft is used to transport astronauts from Earth to and form the International Space Station?Soyuz spacecraft
What is the name of the tool used by astronauts to collect samples of rock and soil from the surface of the moon?Rock Hammer
What is the speed of light?300 million meters per second
What protective layer surrounds a rocket to protect it from the intense heat generated during re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere?The heat shield
What is the purpose of the solar panel on satellites?To power the satellite
What is the term for the left and right movement of a Plane?Yaw
Which instrument measures the mix and concentration of the air astronauts breathe inside a spacecraft?Oxygen sensor
What is a constellation?A pattern of stars
What is the force that causes the plane to fly?Lift
What makes it possible for Earth to orbit the sun?Gravity
At 450 degrees Celsius, which planet is the hottest in the solar system?Venus
What does the acronym LEO stand for?Low-Earth Orbit
What is the name of the deice that astronauts wear to regulate the flow of oxygen and remove carbon dioxide while in space?Liquid Cooling & Ventilation Garment
Who invented the telescope?Hans Lippershey
Which type of rocket engine is used to maneuver spacecraft during flight and adjust their trajectory?Maneuvering thrusters
Where did the Moon Landing take place in 1969?The Sea of Tranquility
What’s the name for the point at which nothing can escape a black hole’s gravitational pull?The event horizon
What is the purpose of the nose cone on a rocket?Reduce air resistance
What keep astronauts in place when sleeping in zero gravity?Velcro
The Great Red Spot appears on which planet?Jupiter
How long does it take light from the Sun to reach Earth?About 8 minutes
What makes it possible for the Earth to orbit the Sun?The Sun’s gravitational pull
How often does the Earth revolve around the Sun?Once every 365 days
How long does it take to travel from Earth to Moon?Three days
What is the term for the up and down movement of a Plane?Pitch Motion
What is the official term for an astronaut’s spacesuit?An Extravehicular Mobility Unit
How old is the Earth?About 4.5 billion years old
What is a Meteorite?Rock from space that hits Earth
Which is the most common propellant for a rocket?Liquid Hydrogen
What is the force that counteracts the Thrust force for flight?Drag
What is the reflective glass covering on an astronaut’s spacesuit called?A visor
What was the first mammal in space?A dog
How many astronauts have set foot on the moon?12
How many Earths can fit inside the Sun?One million
What does a light-year measure?Distance
What is the payload of a rocket?The cargo taken into space
Who was the first person to step foot on the Moon?Neil Armstrong
What is the name of our Moon?The Moon

We hope this guide helps you fulfill your dreams of becoming an astronaut in BitLife. If you have any other questions or tips, let us know in the comments below, and don’t forget to check out the rest of our BitLife coverage.

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BitLife: All Astronaut Technical Training Answers, Listed