The Universe Worksheet-3

The Universe Worksheet-3

 

  1. What units of measurement are used more frequently in astronomy?

A. Light Distance and Astronomical Unit (AU)

B. Light Year and Astronomical Unit (AU)

C. Trillion Miles and Space Unit (SU)

D. Big Inches and Large Unit (LU)

 

  1. What is one Astronomical Unit (AU)?

A. A unit of time approximately equal to the time it takes to travel from the Sun to the Moon

B. A unit of time approximately equal to the time it takes to travel from the Earth to the Moon

C. A unit of length approximately equal to the distance from the Earth to the Sun

D. A unit of length approximately equal to the distance from the Earth to the Moon

 

  1. What is the name of the telescope that is orbiting around the Earth in the space?

A. Hubble          B. Bubble           C. Atlantis          D. Challenger

 

  1. Which of the following is not an inner planet?

A. Mercury        B. Mars              C. Jupiter           D. Earth

 

  1. Which planet is farthest from the Sun?

A. Venus            B. Mercury        C. Uranus          D. Neptune

 

  1. What is Venus atmosphere made of?

A. Mostly of carbon dioxide       B. Mostly of nitrogen

C. Mostly of oxygen                    D. Mostly of methane

 

  1. Which planet is closest to the Sun?

A. Venus            B. Mercury        C. Jupiter           D. Neptune

 

  1. What is the Earth's axis?

A. A line that is also called Greenwich Mean Time line

B. An axis that connects all continents

C. An imaginary line that connects the North Pole and South Pole

D. An imaginary line that goes around the Earth in the center

 

  1. What is the Moon?

A. It is the satellite of the Earth

B. It is another planet close to the Earth

C. It is an asteroid

D. It is the satellite of the Sun

 

  1. How long does Moon take to revolve around the Earth?

A. 24 Hours      B. 30 days         C. 30 Hours      D. 28 days

 

Answer Key:

1.-(b); 2.-(c); 3.-(a); 4.-(c); 5.-(d); 6.-(a); 7.-(b); 8.-(c); 9.-(a); 10.-(d)