Earth, Sun & Moon Worksheet-4
(A) The moon is made up of rocks and has no air in it
(B) The moon has its own light
(C) The moonlight we see is only the reflected sunlight
(A) Waxing phase of the Moon
(B) Waning phase of the Moon
(C) None of these
(A) Neil Armstrong (B) Yuri Gagarin (C) Edwin Aldrin
(A) Carry telescopes into space
(B) Helps in weather forecasting
(C) Send signals for T.V programmes
(A) RFSA (B) ISRO (C) NASA
Multiple Choice Questions (with more than one option):
(A) Iron (B) Nickel (C) Boron
(D) Copper (E) Sulphur
(A) Craters (B) Mountains (C) Soil
(D) Water (E) Valleys
(A) Television programmes
(B) Radio programmes
(C) Telephone calls
(D) Weather forecasting
(E) Helps ships and aircraft in finding their way
a. Mars is the closest planet to the Sun.
b. The Earth is like a big ball of fire.
c. The celestial bodies form a part of our solar system.
d. Continents and oceans are present in the crust.
e. The Sun is so big that millions of Earth would fit into it.
f. Mars is the hottest planet in the solar system.
g. There are storms and winds on Neptune.
h. There is no air or water on the moon.
i. Weather satellites help in weather forecasting.
j. Umbra and penumbra are the two parts of the Earth’s shadow during a solar eclipse.
(A) Mercury (B) Venus (C) Earth
(D) Mars (E) Jupiter (F) Saturn
(G) Uranus (H) Neptune
Fill in the blanks:
(19) a. False
(20) 1-f; 2-e; 3-a; 4-c; 5-b; 6-d
(21) (A) Mercury; (B) Venus; (C) Earth; (D) Mars; (E) Jupiter; (F) Saturn; (G) Uranus; (H) Neptune