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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 6 The Moon
This is caused because different areas of the moon's surface are lighted by the sun.
  1. the craters on the moon
  2. the moon's phases
  3. our seasons
  4. solar flares
Grade 6 The Moon
Grade 6 The Moon
The moon is visible to us because the moon
  1. reflects light from Sun.
  2. reflects light from Earth.
  3. produces light through fusion.
  4. produces light through combustion.
Grade 6 The Moon
Between which moon phases is the moon waxing? Select TWO answers.
  1. full moon and third quarter moon
  2. first quarter moon and full moon
  3. new moon and first quarter moon
  4. third quarter moon and new moon
Grade 6 The Moon
Grade 6 The Moon
Which is the closest object to Earth?
  1. Jupiter
  2. Moon
  3. Sun
  4. Pluto
Grade 6 The Moon
Grade 6 The Moon
Why do we not have lunar eclipses every month?
  1. The moon rotates.
  2. The earth is tilted and so it is heated unevenly.
  3. There is not always a new or full moon each month.
  4. The moon's orbit is tilted around the Earth, so the moon is usually out of the earth's shadow.
Grade 6 The Moon
Which is Earth's natural satellite?
  1. The Moon
  2. The International Space Station
  3. A Meteor
  4. The Sun
Grade 6 The Moon
A lunar eclipse takes place in this phase of the moon:
  1. New Moon
  2. Quarter Moon
  3. Waxing Gibbous Moon
  4. Full Moon
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