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Grade 6 The Moon
Which is the closest object to Earth?
  1. Jupiter
  2. Moon
  3. Sun
  4. Pluto
Grade 6 Inner Planets
Grade 6 Outer Planets
Grade 6 Inner Planets
Which of the following statements about Earth is true?
  1. It is the only planet in the solar system that rotates on an axis.
  2. It is the only planet in the solar system with a moon.
  3. It is the only planet in the solar system with an atmosphere.
  4. It is the only planet in the solar system known to support life.
Grade 6 Outer Planets
What two gases mostly make up Saturn?
  1. oxygen and helium
  2. oxygen and nitrogen
  3. hydrogen and helium
  4. hydrogen and nitrogen
Grade 8 The Moon
Grade 8 The Moon
Grade 8 Universe
What would you call the study of everything in the universe?
  1. Astrology
  2. Astronomy
  3. Cosmology
  4. Anthology
Grade 6 The Moon
What is the last Moon phase before the new moon?
  1. full moon
  2. waning crescent
  3. waxing gibbous
  4. none of the above
Grade 8 Planetary Motion

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Which statement best describes tides experienced on Earth when the Sun, Moon, and Earth are positioned as shown in the diagram?
Spring Tide
  1. very high, high tides; very low, low tides
  2. very high, high tides; average low tides
  3. average high tides; very low, low tides
  4. average high tides; average low tides
Grade 8 Planetary Motion
Grade 6 Inner Planets
Grade 6 Sun
Grade 8 Planetary Motion
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