5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Mass and Distance
- 29.5 days
- Sun, Earth, Moon
- a what is the alignment of the earth, sun, and moon during a lunar eclipse?
- b What two factors determine the strength of the force of gravity between two objects?
- c the larger, less dark part of the shadow
- d how many days does it take for a complete moon cycle to take place?
- e the moon's diameter is about how much of earth's?
5 Multiple choice questions
- In June, there are fewer hours of ________ and less direct sunlight in the Southern Hemisphere.
- if mass stays the same and distance increases, then the force of gravity...?
- round pits on the moon caused by meteors
- True or false: the moon revolves around earth once a year
- the second time you can see half of the sunlit side of the moon
5 True/False questions
Day → the moon's diameter is about how much of earth's?
Winter → round pits on the moon caused by meteors
Inertia → dark, slat areas formed from hardened rock from lava flows.
Winter Solstice → December 21, shortest daytime, southern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun
increases → if mass decreases and distance stays the same, then the force of gravity...?