# Earth Patterns Jeopardy

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Earth Patterns Jeopardy

SOL Jeopardy Vocabulary Earth Patterns Planets Sun, Earth Moon Famous Astronomers 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

Rotate means The path a Planet takes B. One object goes around another
C. Spin around D. Imaginary line

Rotate means to spin around
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Revolve means When one object goes Around another B. Spin in one place
C. Turn like a top D. Imaginary line

Revolve means when one object goes around another object.
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C. The path the Earth takes D. When you can’t see the moon
Ellipse is A. Circle B. Oval C. The path the Earth takes D. When you can’t see the moon

Ellipse is the shape of Earth’s orbit (an OVAL).
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A satellite is B. A smaller object goes C. Shooting stars
The path the Earth takes around the Sun. B. A smaller object goes around a larger object. C. Shooting stars D. Objects rotating

A satellite is a smaller object that revolves around a larger object.
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The imaginary line that connects the North and South poles is called
A. axis B. equator C. hemisphere D. axel

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Day and night is caused by
Earth’s Rotation B. Earth’s Revolution C. Sun going Around the Earth D. Moon light

Earth’s rotation causes day and night.
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How long does it take the Earth to rotate?
A. 30 days B. 24 hours C. 1 year D. 7 days

It takes the Earth 1 day or 24 hours to rotate.
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What causes Earth’s seasons?
The Earth spins in One place B. The Sun revolves C. The Earth rotates D. The Earth is tilted on Its axis.

Seasons are caused by the Earth’s tilting on its axis.
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When the Northern Hemisphere is tilted towards the Sun, what season is it in North America?
A. spring B. summer C. winter D. fall

When the Northern Hemisphere is tilted towards the Sun, it is summer in the Northern Hemisphere.
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What is the name of the United States space program that landed on the moon?
A. Apollo B. Challenger C. Discovery D. Galileo

The space program to land on the moon was called Apollo.
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What are the inner planets made of?
A rock B gas C ice D rubber

Inner planets are made of rock.
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What are the outer planets made of?
A. metal B. ice C. gas D. rock

Outer planets are made of gas.
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Which of the following is FALSE?
Some planets are made of gas. B. Planets orbit a star. C. Some planets are made of rock. D. Planets produce their own light.

Planets DO NOT produce their own light.
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Which of the following is NOT an inner planet?
A. Mercury B. Saturn C. Mars D. Venus

Saturn is NOT an inner planet.
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Between which two planets can you find the Asteroid Belt?
A. Saturn and Uranus B. Earth and Mars C. Mars and Jupiter D. Jupiter and Saturn

You can find the Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter.
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The Sun is made out of A. metal B. rock C. gas D. ice

The Sun is made out of gas.
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How many Earths could fit inside of the Sun?

About 1 million Earths can fit inside of the Sun.
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Which of the following is NOT correct?
Earth’s atmosphere is made of helium and hydrogen. B. Earth’s atmosphere protects us from dangerous rays of the sun. C. Earth’s atmosphere protects us from meteors. D. Earth’s atmosphere keeps us warm at night.

Earth’s atmosphere is NOT made up of helium and hydrogen
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When people, animals, wind and rain change the Earth’s surface, it is called
A. ellipse B. ecosystem C. erosion D. atmosphere

Erosion happens when wind, rain and people change the Earth’s surface.
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Which of the following is true about the moon?
A. It is bigger than the Earth B. It is farther from the Earth than the Sun. C. It has water. D. It has mountains, valleys and plains.

The moon has valleys, mountains and plains.
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The Earth centered theory says
Planets and Sun Revolve around the Earth B. Planets revolve around The Sun C. Planets rotate D. Earth revolves around The Sun

The Earth-centered (Geocentric) theory says the Sun and planets revolve around the Earth.
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The Sun centered theory says
Planets revolve Around the Earth. B. Planets revolve around the Sun. C. Planets rotate. D The Sun revolves Around the Earth.

The Sun centered (Heliocentric) theory says that the Earth and planets revolve around the Sun.
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Which astronomer made great discoveries using the telescope?
A. Galileo B.Aristotle C. Ptolemy D Copernicus

Galileo used the telescope.
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Which two scientists believed in the Earth-centered theory?
Galileo and Copernicus B. Aristotle and Ptolemy C. Copernicus and Aristotle D. Ptolemy and Galileo

Aristotle and Ptolemy believed in the Earth centered theory.
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Which two scientists believed in the Sun-centered theory?
Aristotle and Galileo B. Ptolemy and Aristotle C. Galileo and Copernicus D. Ptolemy and Galileo

Galileo and Copernicus believed in the Sun-centered theory.
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