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Moon Quiz
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by Danielle Rombough
| 31 Questions
Watch the video BEFORE you begin the quiz unless you received my remind message and already watched it.
1
1 pt
Why do we only ever see the same side of the moon?
its rotation and revolution are the same
it doesn’t move
its rotation is the same as the Earth’s
it revolves around Jupiter
2
1 pt
Which phase is the moon in during a solar eclipse?
full
partial
new
quarter
3
1 pt
Both A and B represent

rotation around an axis
orbit around a galaxy
revolution around a celestial body
sun
4
1 pt
Both C and D represent

rotation around an axis
orbit around a galaxy
revolution around a celestial body
sun
5
1 pt
The highest high tides and the lowest low tides will occur when the moon is in position


A
M1
M2
M4
6
1 pt
A neap tidewill occur when the moon is in position


M3
M1
M2
M4
7
1 pt

How do you know this moon is waxing?
there is no light
the light is on the left
the light is on the right
the light is on the up
8
1 pt
The next full moon will most likely be on

August 39th
Septembet 1st
August 13th
August 20th
9
1 pt

Draw what the moon would look like from Earth when it is in position 1. Remember to ignore the part of the moon we cannot see from Earth.
10
1 pt

Draw what the moon would look like from Earth when it is in position 4. Remember to ignore the part of the moon we cannot see from Earth.
11
1 pt

Draw what the moon would look like from Earth when it is in position 7. Remember to ignore the part of the moon we cannot see from Earth.
12
1 pt

Which position is the moon in during a lunar eclipse?
1
4
5
1298.6
13
1 pt

Which position is the moon in during a solar eclipse?
1
4
5
1298.6
14
1 pt
Which direction does the moon rotate and revolve?
clockwise
counterclockwise
upinside down
towards its baby moon named moon junior
15
1 pt
What do we call Super extreme tides that occur when the moon is full or new?
neap tides
cinderella tides
spring tides
Bankowskinators
16
Baby shark....
doodoodoodoodoodoo
mommy
dadadadoodada
tadadadoodydA
17
1 pt

Which date did the full moon occur on?
July 11th
April 9th
July 14th
June 31st
18
1 pt

What causes the tidal bulge seen in the diagram (H=high L=low)?
Earth’s gravity
Moon’s gravitational pull
nuclear power
waxing crescent moon
19
1 pt

what is the name for the type of tide seen in the diagram?
tidal apocolypse
neap
spring
waxing crescent moon
20
1 pt

What phase is the moon in, in this diagram?
3rd quarter
1st quarter
waning wax
waxing crescent
21
1 pt
Draw the tidal bulge on the diagram below.
22
1 pt

Which location is experiencing a solar eclipse?
A
B
sun
saturn
23
1 pt
Circle the point at which the total solar eclipse is occurring.
24
1 pt

What time and date will the next high tide most likely occur?
August 21, 2:35pm
August 22, 12:00pm
August 23, 9:41am
August 23, 1:28pm
25
1 pt
High tide turns into low tide about every
10 hours
6 hours
365 hours
15 degrees per day
26
1 pt
Draw what the tidal data will most likely look like on Day 3.
27
1 pt

The next low tide will most likely occur around
3:30am Wednesday
3:30pm Thursday
noon on Wednesday
midnight on Friday
28
1 pt
This moon is

waxing
slicing
tiding
waning
29
1 pt

Place an X on the diagram below to Represent where the moon would be located in its revolution around the Earth.
30
1 pt


Place an X on the diagram below to Represent where the moon would be located in its revolution around the Earth.
31
1 pt
Why don‘t we see a lunar eclipse every time the moon is in full moon phase?
NASA built the ice walls too high so now we can’t see the moon
someone is shining a flashlight in your eye
the moon’s orbit is tilted
the Earth‘srotation switches back and forth
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