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Sun, Earth, and Moon

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Transcript of Sun, Earth, and Moon

3. The planet Fifthgradeus is teeming with life, but its Moon has no life. Which necessity of life is present on Fifthgradeus, but is

present on the Moon?
A: Soil
B: Craters
C: Iron core
D: Liquid water
A: The Earth reflects the Sun’s light.

B: The Earth reflects the light created by the Moon.

C: Approximately 70% of the Earth’s surface is water.

D: The Aliens have a really big flashlight.
2. What can be found on Earth, but also exists on the Moon?
A: Humans
B: Liquid Water
C: Craters
D: Plant Life
4. Label the areas of the Venn diagram correctly
A: I Sun, II Earth, III Moon
B: I Sun, II Moon, III Earth
C: I Moon, II Earth, III Sun
D: I Earth, II Sun, III Moon
5. Which force is the MOST LIKELY cause of changes on the Moon's surface?
A: Moon men
B: Storms
C: Volcanic eruptions
D: Meteorite impacts
6. A student designs an experiment to explore how ramp height affects the distance a toy car travels. What tool will be needed to conduct the investigation?
a: Meter stick
b: Stopwatch
c: Flask
d: Beaker

Sun, Earth, and Moon
1. Aliens are observing the Earth from space. The Earth produces no light, yet can be seen in space. Why is this?
7. The complete path a celestial object travels around another celestial object is:
a: Rotation
b: Orbit
c: Solar flare
d: Spin

8. One end of a rod is placed in hot wax coating it with hard wax. Later a flame is applied to the other end of the glass rod. What type of energy will travel through the rod and melt the hard wax?
a) Mechanical
b) Light
c) Heat
d) Electrical

9. Where does energy from the Earth’s water cycle and wind come from?
a) Plants
b) Animals
c) Sun
d) Moon

10. Delaney observes an ice cube. The ice cube slowly changes from a solid to a liquid state.
From this observation, it can be concluded that the minimum temperature the ice cube reached had to have been what??
a) 0°C
b) 32°C
c) 100°C
d) 50°C

11. One of the brightest objects in the night sky is a planet that is closer to the sun than Earth is. What is the name of this planet?
a) Mars
b) Saturn
c) Jupiter
d) Venus

12. Identify the characteristic that would NOT be placed in the center of a Venn diagram of the EARTH and MOON
a) Mountains
b) Revolves around sun
c) Ice crystals
d) Craters
13. Identify the best reason we are able to view the moon in the night sky?
a) The use of high powered telescopes
b) Clear skies during a dark night
c) High powered street lights
d) The moon reflects light from the sun to the earth

14. If the sun disappeared what would be the effect upon Earth?
a) The earth would become a frozen lifeless planet
b) The earth would become too hot and burn
c) The earth’s atmosphere would disappear
d) The earth would become a red giant

18. Name the MISSING phases of the moon.
15. Earth Rotates on its axis approximately once every 24 hours, causing the day/night and-
A: The moon phases
B: The orbiting of Earth around the sun
C: The Sun's apparent movement across the sky
D: The four seasons
17. Earth rotates on its axis once every
A: Month
B: 24 Hours
C: Year
D: 12 Hours
18. The surfaces of the Sun, Earth, and Moon are described as having different physical characteristics. How is the Sun different from Earth and the Moon?
A: The Sun has no gravity
B: The Sun is a solid
C: The Sun does not produce its own heat
D: The Sun is capable of producing its own light
19. We know the Earth consists of different layers. The Sun also has layers, but unlike Earth, the Sun is entirely-
A: Solid
B: Gas
C: Melted Rock
D: Liquid
16. While Earth is characterized as possessing an atmosphere with the ability to produce winds the Moon is characterized as -
A: Having no atmosphere
B: Possessing large bodies of liquid water
C: Lacking surface dust
D: Possessing an atmosphere with large amounts of oxygen
20. Mental break time. This is your last question of the test. You deserve a easy question. What is the third planet from the sun?
A: Not this one
B: Still not this one
D: You've gone too far, go back to C

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