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Why is Earth able to support life?
a) It formed in just the wrong place with the just the wrong ingredients to flourish b) It formed in just the wrong place with just the right ingredients to flourish c) It formed in just the right place with the right ingredients for life to flourish. d) It formed in just the right place with just the wrong ingredients to flourish.
How is Earth affected by its revolution around the Sun?
a) It experiences four seasons, characterized by the same length of daylight and directness and intensity of sunlight. b) It experiences four seasons, characterized by differences in length of daylight and directness and intensity of sunlight c) It experiences four seasons, characterized by differences in length of daylight only. d) It experiences four seasons, characterized by differences in intensity of sunlight only
How is Earth affected by the rotation of it axis?
a) Its rotation causes all parts of Earth to experience neither daylight nor darkness. b) Its rotation causes all parts of Earth to experience darkness. c) Its rotation causes all parts of Earth to experience daylight only. d) Its rotation causes all parts of Earth to experience periods of daylight and darkness
What determines the number hours of daylight and the intensity of sunlight at any given place on Earth?
a) How far north or south that place is from the Equator b) how far east or west that place is from the Prime Meridian c) how far east or west that place is from the Equator d) how far north or south that place is from the Prime Meridian
Which factors contribute to Earth’s ability to support life?
a) it has liquid water, a breatheable atmosphere, and a suitable amount of sunshine b) it has frozen water, a breatheable atmosphere, and a suitable amount of sunshine c) it has evaporated water, a breatheable atmosphere and a suitable amount of sunshine d) it has liquid water, a breatheable atmosphere, and barely any sunshine
What structure was built so that scientists could study space continuously?
a) The Hubble telescope b) Apollo 13 c) The Chandra X-ray Observatory d) The International Space Station
How did the space program help advance Earth’s technological capabilities?
a) Many of the things that we discovered in space were transformed into modern conveniences for everyday households b) Many products developed for the space programs became modern conveniences for everyday housholds c) Scientists discovered the first satellite probes which had been floating in space for millions of years. d) Scientists discovered electricity in Outer Space and used it to power all homes throughout the world.
Which technology was developed so scientists could learn more about the uniqueness of Earth and its place in our solar system and universe?
a) Apollo 13 b) The Chandra X-ray Observatory c) The Hubble telescope d) The International Space Station
Which technology did NASA develop to obtain X-ray images of exotic environments to help understand the structure and evolution of the universe?
a) The Chandra X-ray Observatory b) Apollo 13 c) The Hubble telescope d) The International Space Station
Why is the same side of the moon always viewed from Earth?
a) The Moon and Sun both revolve around the Earth simultaneously. b) The Moon and the Earth stay in one position at all times because they never move. c) The rotational period of the Moon is the same as its rotation around the Sun. d) The rotational period of the Moon is the same as its rotation around the Earth
What effect does the Sun’s gravitational pull have on all the planets?
a) It allows the planets to move freely from one end of our galaxy to the other. b) It causes the planets to revolve around the Sun with known frequencies ( length of time) c) It causes the planets to revolve around the Moon with known frequencies ( length of time) d) It causes the planets to revolve around the Earth with known frequencies ( length of time)
What are the largest objects in the solar system?
a) Asteroids b) Comets c) Planets d) Moons
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