Earth, Sun & Moon Worksheet-8
(A) Rotation of the Moon about its own axis
(B) Revolution of the Moon around the Earth
(C) Revolution of earth around the sun
(A) Kentville Space Center, 1969
(B) Kennedy Shuttle Center, 1968
(C) Kennedy Space Center, 1969
(A) Artificial satellite
(B) Natural satellite
(C) Space shuttle
(A) The Moon comes between the Sun and the Earth and blocks the sunlight from reaching the Earth
(B) The Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon and blocks the sunlight from reaching the Moon
(C) The sun comes between the earth and the sun
(A) National Aeronautics and Space Administration
(B) National Aerodynamics and Space Administration
(C) National Aerodynamics and Shuttle Administration
Multiple Choice Questions (with more than one option):
(A) Hydrogen (B) Boron (C) Oxygen
(D) Nitrogen (E) Helium
(A) Ceres (B) Mercury (C) Jupiter
(D) Pluto (E) 2003 UB313 (Xena)
a. The celestial bodies form a part of earth’s atmosphere.
b. Saturn is seventh planet in our solar system.
c. Continents and oceans are present in the mantle.
d. Factors such as air, food, water etc which are essential for life are present in the crust.
e. Lower part of the mantle is made up of solid rocks.
f. A day on Mercury is as long as almost two months on the Earth.
g. Uranus has more than 60 natural satellites.
h. Neptune has one natural satellite.
i. Edwin Aldrin was the first person to walk on the Moon.
j. Lunar eclipse may be partial or total.
K. Solar eclipses lasts for very long duration.
Fill in the blanks:
(18) a. False
(19) (A) Crust; (B) Mantle; (C) Outer core; (D) Inner core