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• 1.

### The earth is spinning on an_____.

Explanation
The Earth is spinning on an axis, which is an imaginary line that runs through the center of the Earth from the North Pole to the South Pole. This axis is tilted at an angle of approximately 23.5 degrees relative to the plane of its orbit around the Sun. This rotation of the Earth on its axis is what causes day and night, as different parts of the Earth are exposed to the Sun's light at different times. The axis also plays a role in the changing of seasons, as the tilt causes the Sun's rays to hit different parts of the Earth more directly at different times of the year.

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• 2.

### The earth does a complete rotation or spin in one______.

Explanation
The question is asking how long it takes for the Earth to complete one rotation or spin. The correct answer is "day" because it takes approximately 24 hours for the Earth to complete one full rotation on its axis. This rotation is what causes the cycle of day and night on Earth.

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• 3.

### It takes one _____ for the earth to travel around the sun.

Explanation
The correct answer is "year" because a year is defined as the time it takes for the Earth to complete one orbit around the Sun. This is approximately 365.25 days, which accounts for the leap year every four years.

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• 4.

### The path of the earth around the sun is called an_____.

Explanation
The path of the earth around the sun is called an orbit. An orbit is the curved path followed by an object, such as a planet or satellite, as it revolves around another object under the influence of gravity. In the case of the earth, it revolves around the sun in a nearly circular orbit, completing one revolution in approximately 365.25 days, resulting in the length of a year.

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• 5.

### When the earth is to the left of the sun the ___________ hemisphere is getting more direct sun

Explanation
When the earth is to the left of the sun, it means that the northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun. This tilt causes the northern hemisphere to receive more direct sunlight, resulting in warmer temperatures and longer days. Therefore, the correct answer is "northern."

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• 6.

### When the earth is on the right side of the sun, it is summer in the ________ hemisphere.

Explanation
When the Earth is on the right side of the sun, it is summer in the southern hemisphere. This is because the Earth's axis is tilted, causing different parts of the Earth to receive varying amounts of sunlight throughout the year. When the southern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun, it experiences more direct sunlight and longer days, resulting in warmer temperatures and summer season.

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• 7.

### The moon goes through changes in appearance that we call _____.

Explanation
The moon goes through changes in appearance that we call phases. These phases are a result of the moon's position relative to the sun and Earth. As the moon orbits around the Earth, different portions of its illuminated side become visible to us on Earth, creating the different phases such as new moon, crescent, half moon, and full moon. These phases occur in a regular cycle, taking approximately 29.5 days to complete.

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• 9.

### There are ______ of galaxies out in spae

• A.

5 hundred

• B.

6 thousand to 7 thousand

• C.

Millions

C. Millions
Explanation
The answer "millions" is the most appropriate choice to complete the sentence. This is because there are indeed millions of galaxies in space. The vastness of the universe and the number of galaxies it contains is still being explored and understood by scientists. The answer options "5 hundred" and "6 thousand to 7 thousand" are significantly smaller numbers and do not accurately represent the vast number of galaxies in space.

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• 10.

### Everything in space is part of our galaxy

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
False. The statement is incorrect because not everything in space is part of our galaxy. Space is vast and contains numerous galaxies, each with their own stars, planets, and other celestial objects. Our galaxy, the Milky Way, is just one of many billions of galaxies in the universe.

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• 11.

### Stars don't produce there own light or heat

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
Stars do produce their own light and heat. This occurs through the process of nuclear fusion in their cores, where hydrogen atoms are fused into helium, releasing enormous amounts of energy. This energy is what makes stars shine brightly and emit heat, a fundamental characteristic of stars observed in the universe.

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• 12.

### What are the suns 2 main gases?

• A.

Helium and nitragen

• B.

Helium and hidragen

• C.

Nitragen

B. Helium and hidragen
Explanation
The correct answer is helium and hidragen. The question is asking for the two main gases of the sun. Helium is one of the main gases found in the sun, as it is produced through nuclear fusion. Hidragen, however, is not a known gas and may be a misspelling or an incorrect term. It is possible that the question is incomplete or contains a typo, making it difficult to provide a clear explanation.

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• 13.

### First planet in the order

mercury , Mercury
• 14.

### What is your rhythm to remember the planets?

my very easy method just speeds up naming planets
Explanation
The given answer provides a mnemonic device to remember the names of the planets. Each word in the phrase corresponds to the first letter of each planet's name in order from closest to the sun to farthest: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto (although Pluto is no longer considered a planet). This mnemonic device helps to easily recall the names of the planets in the correct order.

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• 15.

### What is the second closest planet to the sun in our solar system?

venus
Explanation
Venus is is the second planet from the Sun and is often referred to as Earth's "sister planet" because of its similar size and composition. It is sometimes called the "Evening Star" or "Morning Star" because it is one of the brightest objects in the night sky.

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• 16.

### #3 planet

earth
Explanation
The question is asking for the name of a planet, and the correct answer is "earth." Earth is the third planet from the sun in our solar system and is the only known planet to support life.

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• 17.

### #4 planet

mars
Explanation
The answer is "mars" because the question is asking for the name of a planet. Mars is a planet in our solar system, known as the fourth planet from the Sun.

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• 18.

### #5 planet

jupiter
Explanation
The answer to the question is "jupiter" because it is the only word provided that is related to the term "planet". Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system and is known for its distinct bands of clouds and its Great Red Spot.

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• 19.

saturn
• 20.

uranus
• 21.

neptune
• 22.

### Which dwarf planet was once considered as a planet?

pluto
Explanation
The answer to the question is "pluto" because Pluto was considered the ninth planet in our solar system until 2006 when it was reclassified as a "dwarf planet" by the International Astronomical Union. Despite its reclassification, many people still consider Pluto as the ninth planet due to its historical status and its significant presence in popular culture.

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• 23.

### The sun has been exploding for ______ years

5 million
Explanation
The statement suggests that the sun has been exploding for 5 million years. This implies that the process of explosion or the sun's explosive activity has been ongoing for a period of 5 million years.

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• 24.

### The sun is a middle sized _______.

star
Explanation
The given correct answer for this question is "star" because the sun is indeed a middle-sized star. It is a massive ball of hot, glowing gas that generates light and heat through nuclear fusion in its core. The sun's size and characteristics classify it as a star, specifically a main-sequence star of spectral type G2. It is located at the center of the solar system and provides the energy necessary for life on Earth.

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• 25.

### The sun is the ______ of our solar system

center
Explanation
The sun is considered the center of our solar system because it is the largest and most massive object, around which all the other planets and celestial bodies revolve. Its gravitational pull keeps the planets in their orbits, and it emits light and heat, providing energy for life on Earth.

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• 26.

### The sun gives off ___________.

heat and light
Explanation
The son gives off heat and light. This is because the sun is a massive ball of hot gas that undergoes nuclear fusion in its core. The intense heat and pressure in the core cause hydrogen atoms to fuse together, releasing a tremendous amount of energy in the form of light and heat. This energy radiates outwards from the sun, providing heat and light to the surrounding space and planets, including Earth.

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• 27.

### It takes ______minutes for the sun's heat and light to reach the earth.

8
Explanation
It takes 8 minutes for the sun's heat and light to reach the earth.

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• 28.

### What is the first stage of a star, second, third......dont include super nova

young star, red giant, white dwarf, black dwarf, neutron star, black hole
Explanation
The correct answer is the sequence of stages in the life cycle of a star. The first stage is a young star, which is formed from a cloud of gas and dust. As the star ages, it expands and becomes a red giant. Eventually, the red giant sheds its outer layers and becomes a white dwarf. Over time, the white dwarf cools down and becomes a black dwarf. However, if the star is massive enough, it may undergo a supernova explosion and collapse into a neutron star or a black hole.

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• 29.

### What are the three things inthat grow on the sun?

• A.

Sunspots, flares and prominences

• B.

Sunspots, prominences and photosphere

• C.

Stars, rocks and spots

A. Sunspots, flares and prominences
Explanation
The correct answer is sunspots, flares, and prominences. Sunspots are dark spots on the surface of the sun caused by magnetic activity. Flares are sudden bursts of energy and light that occur on the sun's surface. Prominences are large, looping structures of hot gas that extend from the sun's surface into the corona. These three things are all related to the sun's activity and can be observed and studied by scientists.

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• 30.

### What is our galaxy called?

the milky way , milky way, milkyway, Milkyway
Explanation
The correct answer is "the milky way" because it is the commonly accepted name for our galaxy. The term "the milky way" originated from the Greek word "galaxias kyklos," meaning "milky circle," which was used to describe the hazy band of light visible in the night sky. This band of light is caused by the concentration of stars and other celestial objects in our galaxy. Therefore, "the milky way" is the appropriate name for our galaxy.

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• 31.

### What is orbiting between the planets?

• A.

Chunks of rock and silver

• B.

Chunks of rock and metal

• C.

Chunks of gold and silver

B. Chunks of rock and metal
Explanation
The correct answer is "chunks of rock and metal". This is because when planets form, they accumulate material from the surrounding disk of gas and dust. This material consists of various substances, including rocks and metals. Therefore, it is logical to assume that what is orbiting between the planets are chunks of rock and metal.

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• 32.

### A planet does not give off its own_________.

heat and light
Explanation
A planet does not give off its own heat and light because it does not have a source of energy like the sun. Unlike stars, which generate heat and light through nuclear fusion, planets do not have the necessary conditions to produce their own heat and light. Instead, they reflect and absorb the light and heat that they receive from the sun. This is why planets appear illuminated by sunlight and do not emit their own light or heat.

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• 33.

### Bring oxygen to space?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement "bring oxygen to space" is true. Oxygen is essential for human survival, and in space, where there is no natural atmosphere, astronauts need a supply of oxygen to breathe. Therefore, when humans venture into space, they carry oxygen with them in the form of compressed gas or liquid oxygen to ensure they have a breathable environment.

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• 34.

### Bring a compass to space

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
Bringing a compass to space would not be useful because compasses rely on Earth's magnetic field to work properly. In space, there is no significant magnetic field, so a compass would not be able to function accurately. Therefore, the statement is false.

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• 35.

### Bring flares to space

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
Bringing flares to space is not recommended or allowed due to the potential risks and hazards they pose in a confined and oxygen-rich environment. Flares are designed to produce a bright and intense light through combustion, which can be extremely dangerous in the absence of proper ventilation and safety measures. Therefore, it is false that bringing flares to space is a viable or safe option.

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• 36.

### Bring water to space

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
It is possible to bring water to space. Water is essential for human survival, and it is crucial to have a supply of water for astronauts during space missions. Water is used for various purposes in space, such as drinking, hygiene, and cooling systems. Therefore, it is necessary to bring water to space to ensure the well-being and functionality of astronauts during their missions.

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• 37.

### Bring food to space?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
It is true that food is brought to space. Astronauts need to eat in order to sustain themselves during their missions. Food is specially prepared and packaged to be consumed in the microgravity environment of space. It is carefully selected to provide the necessary nutrients and to be easily consumed in the absence of gravity.

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• 38.

### Bring a rope to space

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement "bring a rope to space" is true. This implies that it is possible to bring a rope to space, suggesting that astronauts or space missions can carry ropes with them during their space travel.

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• 39.

### Bring a first aid kit to space

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement "bring a first aid kit to space" is true. It is important to have a first aid kit in space as astronauts may encounter various medical emergencies or injuries during their missions. Having a first aid kit ensures that they have the necessary supplies and equipment to provide immediate medical assistance and treat minor injuries. It is crucial for the safety and well-being of astronauts during space travel.

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• 40.

### Bring matches to space?

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False

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