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True or False. We always see the same side of the Moon
a) True b) False c) d)
Put in order from largest to smallest: Earth, Sun, Moon
a) Earth, Sun, Moon b) Moon, Sun, Earth c) Sun, Earth, Moon d) Moon, Earth, Sun
How are craters formed on the Moon?
a) asteroids and meteors b) Astronauts and spaceships made the holes. c) The Moon collided into Earth and created holes. d) The Sun melted holes in the Moon.
What is another name for the North Star?
a) Polaris b) Ursa Major c) Santa's Star d) Big Star
Why do constellations appear in different positions throughout the night?
a) The Earth rotates so we are constantly moving. b) c) Stars move whenever they get bored. d) The Moon reflects them differently.
Where is the light reflected when a moon is waxing?
a) left b) c) d) right
What Moon phase occurs when the Moon is half lit on the left side?
a) first quarter b) new moon c) full moon d) third quarter
Why are binoculars helpful tools?
a) They make objects appear closer. b) They make objects smaller. c) They make objects brighter. d) They change the color of objects.
How long does it take the Earth to revolve around the Sun?
a) 24 hours b) 1 week c) 30 days d) 1 year
Another name for the Big Dipper is _________.
a) Ursa Minor b) Taurus c) Pegasus d) Ursa Major
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