All about Moon January 9, 2021January 9, 2021 KritiAll about Moon 0 Comment /16 2 All about Moon The Moon is Earth's only proper natural satellite. 1 / 16 Who provides light to the moon? Chemicals Sun Pixie dust 2 / 16 Luna:Satellite:: Earth: ________ Comet Planet Asteroid 3 / 16 The cycle of the moon lasts about _. 29.5 days 31 days 28 days 4 / 16 When the bright part of moon is getting smaller, the Moon is _____. Full Waning Waxing 5 / 16 The moon produces its own light. False True 6 / 16 In which year did an astronaut first set foot on the moon? July 20th, 1890 July 20th, 1936 July 20th, 1969 7 / 16 What is the moon mostly made of? Helium and Hydrogen Rock Lava 8 / 16 How many people have actually walked on the Moon? 112 12 7 9 / 16 The twice-daily ocean tides are primarily the result of the Moon's gravitational pull. Correct Incorrect 10 / 16 When the bright part is getting bigger, the Moon is _____. Waxing Full Waning 11 / 16 Which celestial body is the Earth closest to? Venus Moon Mars 12 / 16 What causes a lunar eclipse? The Earth blocks the Sun's light from reaching the Moon The Earth blocks the Moon's rays from reaching the Sun 13 / 16 First human to step foot on moon was____. Rakesh sharma Neil Armstrong Yuri Gagarin 14 / 16 The moon's atmosphere is a very thin layer of widely dispersed gases. False True 15 / 16 When is the Moon full? When the dark side of the Moon is completely facing Earth When the sunlit hemisphere is completely facing the Earth When it's the last day of the month 16 / 16 Which is the earths natural satellite? Titan Europa Moon Your score is The average score is 59% LinkedIn Facebook Twitter 0% Restart quiz Post navigation Previous page Previous post: Force and EnergyNext page Next post: States of Matter Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.