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Earth Motion True or False? The Sun circles the Earth once every day?
Earth Motion False!
Earth Motion True or False? The Earth rotates once every 365 days.
Earth Motion False!
Earth Motion When it is daytime in the U.S., is it nightime in Japan?
Earth Motion Yes! It will be nighttime in Japan.
Earth Motion True or False? At night time the Sun is around on the other side of the Earth.
Earth Motion False! The sun doesn’t move. The side of the Earth that faces away from the sun has nighttime.
Earth Motion What shape is the Earth’s orbit around the sun?
Earth Motion An oval or ellipse
Seasons True or False? It is warmer in summer because that hemisphere of the Earth is receiving more direct sunlight.
Seasons Is daylight time shorter in the summer or winter?
Seasons Daylight hours are shorter in the winter.
Seasons When it is winter in the United States, is it summer in South America?
Seasons Yes, it is summer in South America when it is winter in the United States.
Seasons True or False? The tilt of the Earth’s axis causes the four seasons.
Seasons Are shadows usually longer in the winter or the summer?
Seasons Shadows are longer in the winter because the Earth is angled away from the sun.
Planets Is Mercury the smallest planet in the solar system?
Planets Yes, but there are dwarf planets that are smaller.
Planets What is the largest planet in the solar system?
Planets Which planets are Gas Giants?
Planets The Gas Giants include: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
Planets Which planet is like a red desert?
Planets Which planet rotates sideways, as if it were rolling?
Stars What is the nearest star?
Stars The Sun!
Stars What color star is the hottest?
Stars Blue stars are the hottest.
Stars True or False? A constellation is a group of millions of stars.
Stars False! Constellations are groups of several stars, not millions.
Stars True or False? Black Holes form when a star collapses?
Stars Could a spaceship travel to a star, other than the sun, in a few days.
Stars No! It would take more than 4 years, if the space ship could go 286,000 miles per second!
Moon Can we sometimes see the moon in the daytime?
Moon True or False? The moon shines with the Sun’s reflected light.
Moon Can you see a new moon?
Moon No, because the Earth’s shadow blocks the light from the sun.
Moon True or False? The moon orbits the Earth about once every 28 days.
Moon What causes the crescent shape of the moon?
Moon The shadow of the Earth causes the crescent shape of the moon.
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