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Email and Ask an Alien!If you wish to make contact with extra-terrestrial life, you can send Bob the Alien an email. You can email Bob the Alien's Tour of the Solar System using this email form. You are asked to provide a name, email address and a message. A name and email address are only required so that we can send a response if required. These details will not be used for any other purposes, and are not passed onto unscrupulous third parties, or even scrupulous ones. Your email will remain private to Bob the Alien's Tour of the Solar System.
Alternatively, you can send a question for possible publication in the Ask an Alien! section using the Ask an Alien! form. Ask an Alien! is a section where Bob the Alien answers your space-related questions - usually from people who want him to do their homework! Again, you are asked to provide a name and email address in addition to your question. If your question and Bob's answer is published, your first name may also be published on the site with it. Your email address will not be displayed.
Bobdog's Space QuizBob the Alien's Tour of the Solar System features a number of interactive quizzes in the Bobsdog's Space Quiz section. These quizzes are supplied by QuizRevolution (www.quizrevolution.com). The quiz requires cookies in order to be played to keep a track of the score (see "Cookies" below). After taking the quiz, you will be given your score. You can choose to register an account with QuizRevolution to view how your score compares with other users of QuizRevolution who have also taken the quiz. Registering requires you to set a username and a password which will be provided to QuizRevolution, and to agree to their terms and conditions. Details of your registration will not be submitted to Bob the Alien's Tour of the Solar System. If your score is good enough to make the leaderboard, your username may be displayed on it and will be visible to other QuizRevolution users. Because QuizRevolution is a third party website, Bob the Alien's Tour of the Solar System has no control over the site. While using QuizRevolution's services, you may be provided with links to other third party sites and quizzes which Bob the Alien's Tour of the Solar System will also have no control over.
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