Earth's movement in space

QuizÂ by Onyemachi Okoronkwo

Science
Next Generation Science Standards

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10 questions
• Q1
What is an axis?
An imaginary line that passes from the north pole to the south pole
A real line that moves around the sun
A real line that makes planets look bigger
A real line that can be seen around the north pole
30s
MS-ESS1-3
• Q2
What is rotation?
The spinning movement of planets around their axis
The movement of planets around another objects
The movement of planets in a back and forth manner.
The movement of planets in a straight line
30s
MS-ESS1-3
• Q3
What does revolution mean?
The movement of an object in a straight line from another object
The movement of an object around another object
The movement of an object into another object
The movement of an objects back and forth from another object
30s
MS-ESS1-3
• Q4
What is an orbit?
Objects jumping from one place to another
The way objects move as they travel in a straight line
A path an object moves as it revolves around another object
The way objects move as they travel back and forth
30s
MS-ESS1-3
• Q5
Which of these is NOT a season on earth?
Spring
Summer
Fall
Phising
30s
MS-ESS1-3
• Q6
What happens during a solstice?
There is equal daytime and nighttime
The daytime is almost the longest
The daytime is almost the shortest
The daytime is at its longest or shortest
30s
MS-ESS1-3
• Q7
What happens during an equinox
The earth is just standing in equal distance to the sun.
The nightime hours is more than the daytime hours
There is equal daytime and night time
There is more daytime hours than nighttime hours
30s
MS-ESS1-3
• Q8
What does gravity mean?
The distance between different objects
The pull of objects on another object
The nearness one object is to another object.
The replusion of objects on another
30s
MS-ESS1-3
• Q9
What does inertia mean?
When an object has no force
When an object has no weight
An object's tendency to resist a change in motion
An object's importance to its force.
30s
MS-ESS1-3
• Q10
What would happen if there is no gravity or inertia on the earth or moon?
The will still be in the same position
They will both move in a straight line away from each other
They will fight each other to get gravity and inertia
The will attract each other
30s
MS-ESS1-3

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