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A constellation is
a) a pattern or grouping of stars imagined by people to represent something b) a pattern or grouping of planets imagined by people to represent something c) A pair stars imagined by people to represent something d) A cluster of stars imagined by people to represent something
Inertia is the force that
a) The tendency of a moving object to continue moving in a straight line b) The tendency of a moving object to continue moving in a curved line c) The tendency of a nonmoving object to continue moving in a straight line d) The tendency of a nonmoving object to continue moving in a straight line
What is it called with a meteoroid enters Earth's atmosphere?
a) Meteor b) Asteroid c) Comet d) Meteorite
The amount of sunlit side of the moon facing Earth determines what?
a) The phase the moon is in b) How slow the moon is spinning c) The amount of light on the moon d) How fast the moon is spinning
Since Earth revolves around the sun, it changes our view of what?
a) The constellations b) The space station c) The North Star d) The South Star
In the Northern Hemisphere what does a vernal equinox mean?
a) The beginning of spring b) The beginning of summer c) The beginning of fall d) The beginning of winter
What does Newton's law of universal gravitation state?
a) Every object in the universe attracts every other object. b) Every object in the universe repels every other object. c) Every object on the Earth attracts every other object. d) Every object on the Earth repels every other object.
When does a solar eclipse occur?
a) When the moon moves directly between the sun and Earth. b) When the Earth moves directly between the sun and moon. c) When the sun moves directly between the Earth and Earth. d) When the Mars moves directly between the sun and Earth.
On the moon there are marias, what are they?
a) Flat areas that were once flooded with lava b) Flat areas that were once flooded with water c) Flat areas that were stepped on the astronauts landed on the moon d) Flat areas that were once flooded with gas
The moon and the Earth rotate about the same time, since this occurs that means
a) we see the same side of the moon. b) we see the same side of Earth. c) we see the same planets. d) we see different sides of the moon.
Since the Earth spins on it's axis every 24 hours, what does it experience?
a) Day and Night b) Year c) Seasons d) Weekend
The sun's rays hitting the equator and the poles determine what?
a) The warmer temperatures at the equator and the cooler temperatures at the poles b) The cooler temperatures at the equator and the warmer temperatures at the poles c) The frozen land at the equator and the dry land at the poles d) The dry land at the equator and the frozen land at the poles
Which force makes Earth travel in a straight line and which force pulls Earth toward the sun?
a) Inertia and Gravity b) Gravity and Friction c) Inertia and Friction d) Gravity and Forces
Which force depends on the mass of objects and the distance between them?
a) Gravity b) Inertia c) Friction d) Mass
When the summer solstice occurs in the Southern Hemisphere the sun is
a) farthest south. b) farthest north. c) near the equator. d) close to the poles.
One year is when an Earth completes
a) one revolution. b) one rotation. c) one season. d) one eclipse.
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