5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Winter Solstice
- third quarter
- a December 21, shortest daytime, southern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun
- b round pits on the moon caused by meteors
- c In June, there are fewer hours of ________ and less direct sunlight in the Southern Hemisphere.
- d the second time you can see half of the sunlit side of the moon
- e the different shapes of the moon you see from earth are called...?
5 Multiple choice questions
- the spinning motion of earth
- a tide with the least distance between high and low tides
- how many days does it take for a complete moon cycle to take place?
- What law states that every object in the Universe attracts every other object?
- What two factors determine the strength of the force of gravity between two objects?
5 True/False questions
Leap Year → a tide with the least distance between high and low tides
increases → if mass stays the same and distance increases, then the force of gravity...?
Winter → When it is summer in the Northern Hemisphere it is _______in the Southern Hemisphere.
Summer Solstice → June 21, longest daytime, northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun
True → the rise and fall of ocean water