What is the relationship between the Earth, Moon, and Sun? The sun keeps our planet warm, and with the moon, it generates the tides. The Earth orbits the sun, and in turn, the moon orbits the Earth. The Earth both rotates on its axis, and it journeys in an elliptical orbit around the sun. This quiz will shed some light about relationship between the Earth, moon, and sun. Have fun with the quiz.
The moon phases only allow one side to be seen at all times.
The rotation and relolutionof the moon are the same as the earth.
The rotation and relolution of the moon are equal.
Because the sun does not provide light and therefore it can not be seen from earth.
At a right angle
Straight up and down
At the equator.
23.5 degrees north of the equator
23.5 degrees south of the equator
In the southern hemishere
Because of its atmosphere.
Because it has so much water.
Because of its tilted axis.
Because of its moon.
When the sun, earth and moon are at right angles
When the sun, earth and moon are at in a line.
When the three are lined up sun, earth then moon.
When the three are lined up sun, moon then earth.
A partial lunar eclipse
A lunar eclipse
A full moon
The dark side of the moon
The sun and moon create a large gravitaional pull on Earth
There are low tides do to the sun, earth and moon being at right angles to each other.
There are low tides do to the sun, earth and moon being lined up with each other.
The tides are at their highest.
When the moon get hit by asteroids.
When the Earth is in the sun's shadow
When the Earth is in the moon shadow
Total solar eclipse do not occur.
The earth rotates around the sun and revolves on its axis.
The earth revolves around the sun and rotates on the axis of the equator.
The earth revolves around the sun and rotates on its axis.
The earth revolves around the sun in 24 hours.
Because the earth is tilted away from the sun during this time
Because Alaska is very close the the north pole and receives indirect sunlight.
Because Alaska is very close the the equator and receives direct sunlight.
Because alaska is in the northern hemisphere.
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