5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Vernal Equinox
- first quarter
- a when you can see half of the sunlit side of the moon
- b March 21, Daytime is same length as night
- c mountains on the moon
- d what keeps the moon moving ahead?
- e if mass decreases and distance stays the same, then the force of gravity...?
5 Multiple choice questions
- an imaginary line that passes through Earth's center and the North and South poles
- if mass increases and distance stays the same, then the force of gravity...?
- the different shapes of the moon you see from earth are called...?
- round pits on the moon caused by meteors
- when the moon's shadow hits Earth or Earth's shadow hits the moon, what occurs?
5 True/False questions
spring tide → Each of the two days when the noon sun is farthest north of south of the equator
penumbra → the larger, less dark part of the shadow
Astronomy → the study of moon, stars, and other objects in space
Earth's Gravity → What pulls the moon towards Earth?
Inertia → The tendency of an object to resist a change in motion