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The first voyage of James Cook

The first voyage of James Cook

James Cook's legendary journey around the world proved to be enormously valuable for science.

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Keywords

James Cook, Venus, Endeavour, HM Bark Endeavour, Vénusz-áthaladás, Charles Green, Joseph Banks, Sydney Parkinson, Tahiti, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaiian Islands, Föld körüli út, circumnavigation of the Earth, Royal Society, Admiralitás, astronomy, 18th century, England, Great Britain, history, geography, természettudomány, Sun, illusztrátor, scurvy, csillagászati teleszkóp, Plymouth, vérhasjárvány, sailing boat, watercraft, battleship, expedition, observatory, animals, növényvilág, commander, modern history, ballast, cabin, vitorla, árbóc

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Questions

  • What was the original name of HM Bark Endeavour?
  • What was the name of Endeavour in the last years of her career?
  • Where did the ship strike a reef in 1770?
  • What other vehicle was named Endeavour?
  • How many masts did HM Bark Endeavour have?
  • How long was HM Bark Endeavour?
  • Who occupied the British throne at the time of the departure of Cook’s first journey?
  • What institution financed Cook’s first journey?
  • The exploration of which part of the world was one of the tasks of James Cook during his first journey?
  • In which year did HM Bark Endeavour set sail from Plymouth harbour?
  • Which ocean was the first James Cook sailed through during his legendary journey?
  • In which port did HM Bark Endeavour NOT dock during Cook’s first journey?
  • Which island did HM Bark Endeavour NOT sail past during Cook’s first journey?
  • In which port was the ship sunk?
  • What caused the most of the deaths among the crew?
  • How long did James Cook's first journey take?
  • What kind of expedition was James Cook's journey?
  • The transit of which planet across the Sun was one of the major goals of the Expedition?
  • Why were the results of the expedition’s astronomical observations inaccurate?
  • Which island was chosen as the location to carry out the observation of the transit of Venus?
  • What was the name of the expedition’s astronomer?
  • What was the name of the expedition’s botanist?
  • How many people sailed from Plymouth on the expedition?
  • What was NOT named after James Cook?
  • What nationality was James Cook?
  • True or false? James Cook was the first sea commander to circumnavigate Antarctica.
  • Who made most of the illustrations during the expedition?
  • How many people died of scurvy during Cook’s first expedition?
  • Which of the following was reached first by James Cook, among European explorers?

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