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Moon, Seasons, Day & Night Review The MoonThe Moon 2 SeasonsSeasons & Earth Day & Night
10 points When the moon is between the sun and the earth, from earth we see which moon phase?
Answer 10 points The new moon.
20 points When the Earth is between the moon and the sun, which moon phase occurs?
Answer 20 points The full moon.
30 points What phase of the moon comes between the waxing crescent and the waxing gibbous?
Answer 30 points The first quarter moon.
40 points How long does it take the moon to complete its orbit around Earth?
Answer 40 points 28 days or 29 days. 27 days, 7 hours, 43 minutes- add an extra 10 points.
50 points The phases of the moon are caused by the reflecting sunlight as the moon __ __ __.
Answer for 50 points Circles, goes around or orbits the Earth.
10 points From where does the moon’s light come?
Answer for 10 points It is reflected from the sun.
20 points The moon is a what of the Earth?
Answer for 20 points Natural satellite. (Must be natural!)
30 points How many main phases of the moon have we learned?
Answer for 30 points 8 phases
What are the different shapes of the moon caused by the changing conditions of light called? 40 points
Answer 40 points Phases
50 points What is the certain path that the moon takes around the earth called?
Answer for 50 points An orbit.
10 points In which hemisphere do we live?
Answer for 10 points Northern hemisphere
20 points When the northern hemisphere is pointed toward the sun, what seasons does it have?
Answer for 20 points It has spring or summer.
30 points When the northern hemisphere is tilted away from the sun, what seasons does the southern hemisphere have?
Answer for 30 points It has spring or summer.
40 points When the northern hemisphere is pointed away from the sun, what seasons does it have?
Answer for 40 points It has fall or winter.
50 points Why do we have four different seasons?
Answer for 50 points Because the Earth is tilted on its axis AND revolves around the sun. If you get BOTH answers, you get 10 extra points.
10 points The Earth ___ around the sun.
Answer for 10 points Revolves
20 points How long does it take the Earth to rotate once on its axis?
Answer for 20 points 24 hours or 1 day.
30 points What is the imaginary line passing through the North and South Poles called?
Answer for 30 points An axis.
40 points What would happen if the Earth’s axis were straight up and down (vertical)?
Answer for 40 points Earth would not have seasons.
50 points At what angle is the Earth’s axis tilted?
Answer for 50 points 23.5 degrees If correct, add an extra 25 points.
10 points The Earth is a __ of the sun.
Answer for 10 points satellite
20 points How long does it take Earth to make one revolution around the sun?
Answer for 20 points 365 1/4 days or 1 year. 20 points for 1 year 30 points for 365 1/4 days 40 points for both answers.
30 points What causes day and night on Earth?
Answer for 30 points The spinning or rotation of the Earth.
40 points It is day when your part of the Earth is __ the sun.
Answer for 40 points Facing or turned toward.
50 points How many complete rotations does the Earth make in one week?
Answer for 50 points 7 rotations
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Rotating Wonders Cyclical Phases of the Moon. Learning objectives How does the moon change shape in the sky? Why does it do this? How does the moon change.
B ENCHMARK T EST R EVIEW. H OW THE E ARTH M OVES Rotation: The spinning of Earth along its imaginary axis at a 23.5 o angle Revolution: Earth’s yearly.
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Earth and Its Moon. Movement of the Earth in Space A.The Earth’s Rotation: the turning of the Earth on it’s axis. * axis – the imaginary line from the.
WHY DO WE HAVE SEASONS? OBJECTIVE: To infer the cause of the seasons.
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Key Concepts How does Earth move in space? What causes the cycle of seasons on Earth?
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Why does Earth seem to be standing still? Because you move along with it. Earth moves slowly and steadily.
People once thought the Earth was Today we know it’s shape is a.
EARTH'S ROTATION AND REVOLUTION Earth’s Rotation Rotation is the spinning of the Earth on its axis. The time for one rotation is 24 hours. The spinning.
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Earth Moon and Sun Interactions. Lunar and Solar Eclipses A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth passes between the Moon and the Sun, and the Earth's shadow.
Days, Years & Seasons. Days and Nights Rotation: the Earth turns around on its axis 1 day=24 hours (one rotation) One half of the Earth is always in light.
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Earth, moon, and the sun. Key terms: Solstice: day when the sun appears farthest North or South of the equator. Northern hemisphere receives the most.
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