5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- spring tide
- neap tide
- A Lunar Eclipse
- a a tide with the least distance between high and low tides
- b In June, there are fewer hours of ________ and less direct sunlight in the Southern Hemisphere.
- c each of the two days when neither hemisphere is tilted towards or away from the sun
- d when the moon's shadow hits Earth or Earth's shadow hits the moon, what occurs?
- e a combined sun and moon force with the greatest difference between low and high tide
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- what are the two types of eclipses?
- What law states that every object in the Universe attracts every other object?
- what does the moon lack that earth has? this is why the temperatures vary so much
- the second time you can see half of the sunlit side of the moon
- how many days does it take for a complete moon cycle to take place?
5 True/False Questions
penumbra → what keeps the moon moving ahead?
Tides → True or false: a day and a year on the moon are the same length
rotation → the movement of one object around another
Summer Solstice → Each of the two days when the noon sun is farthest north of south of the equator
A Solar Eclipse → when the moon's shadow hits Earth or Earth's shadow hits the moon, what occurs?