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What About The Moon?

written by: Aeria
 
When I was a child I thought the Moon was a female face watching over me from the night sky. The Moon has always been the subject of various discussions and debates - both scientific and childish. Take this trivia quiz and find out if you were on the right track. Enjoy!

Question 1:


Due to this, there is almost no atmosphere on the Moon.
Weak gravity
Lack of oxygen
Cold temperature
Excessive sunshine

Question 2:


The side of the Moon that we see is this.
The same every night
Different every month
Different every two weeks
Different every night

Question 3:


The distance between the Moon and the Earth is approximately this much.
155,342 miles (250,000 km)
238,897 miles (384,467km)
62,000 miles (100,000km)
260,975 miles (420,000 km)

Question 4:


The Moon is changing its position it relation to the Earth. In what way?
Moving along the Earth's Y axis
Moving away
Getting closer
Moving along the Earth's X axis

Question 5:


Which factor ensures that many of the craters on the Moon's surface remain well preserved in comparison to those on Earth?
The strong solar rays
The rotating movement
The influence of Earth's gravity
The lack of atmosphere

Question 6:


When was the Moon formed?
About 1 billion years ago
About 5.7 billion years ago
About 4.5 billion years ago
About 300,000 years ago

Question 7:


Moon's shape is not quite round. What does it resemble?
Lemon
Pear
Egg
Kiwi

Question 8:


A compass cannot be used on the Moon. What factor is responsible for this?
Influence of Earth's gravity
Lack of a magnetic field
Asteroid impacts
Lack of gravity on the Moon

Question 9:


The Moon is taken into consideration when calculating the day of this religious celebration.
Christmas
Memorial Day
Easter
Thanksgiving

Question 10:


The Moon's diameter is approximately this long.
7,145 miles (11,500 km)
2,154 miles (3,476 km)
2,796 miles (4,500 km)
5,567 miles (8,960 km)

 


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