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Grade 5 Sun
Grade 5 Planetary Motion
When the North Pole is tilted toward the Sun, it is
  1. summer in the Northern Hemisphere
  2. winter in the Northern Hemisphere
  3. daytime in the Northern Hemisphere
Grade 5 Planetary Motion
The moon casts a shadow on Earth during a(n)
  1. lunar eclipse
  2. new moon
  3. phase
  4. solar eclipse
Grade 4 Planetary Motion
Grade 3 Small Bodies and Dwarf Planets
A rocky object that orbits the sun
  1. Comet
  2. Meteor
  3. Star
  4. Asteroid
Grade 8 Planetary Motion
What object is at the center of a geocentric solar system?
  1. the Earth
  2. the moon
  3. the sun
  4. a black hole
Grade 6 Inner Planets
Grade 6 Inner Planets
Which of the following statements about Earth is true?
  1. It is the only planet in the solar system that rotates on an axis.
  2. It is the only planet in the solar system with a moon.
  3. It is the only planet in the solar system with an atmosphere.
  4. It is the only planet in the solar system known to support life.
Grade 2 Sun
Grade 6 The Moon
What is a moon?
  1. the natural satellite of the Earth
  2. a satellite of any planet
  3. a small planet
Grade 5 The Moon
Which of the following BEST explains why there are more craters on the moon than on the Earth?
  1. Earth has an atmosphere.
  2. The moon is smaller than the Earth.
  3. Earth has rarely been struck by meteorites.
  4. The moon has a weaker gravitational force.
Grade 3 Small Bodies and Dwarf Planets
What comes between the inner and outer planets?
  1. an asteroid belt
  2. the Milky Way
  3. the Sun
  4. Titan
Grade 2 The Moon
Grade 3 Sun
What is the closest star to Earth?
  1. Mars
  2. Mercury
  3. Earth
  4. Venus
  5. Sun
  6. None of the above
Grade 8 Space Exploration
A building containing one or more telescopes is referred to as a/an
  1. Astrobuilding
  2. Observatory
  3. Observation House
  4. Star Deck
Grade 4 Planetary Motion
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