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This is about science and the moon including its phases, orbits, seasons, and some trivia.

• 1.

### What happens to your weight on the moon?

• A.

It stays the same.

• B.

You weigh more.

• C.

You weigh as much as a fat sumor wresteler that ate 6 COWS.

• D.

You weigh less.

• E.

You weigh as much as someone anorexic.

D. You weigh less.
Explanation
On the moon, the gravitational force is much weaker compared to Earth. This means that the pull on your body is reduced, resulting in a decrease in your weight. Therefore, you weigh less on the moon.

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• 2.

### What does Gibbous mean?

• A.

Humped

• B.

Cow Uters

• C.

Jumped

• D.

Bumped

• E.

Dumped

A. Humped
Explanation
Humped as in arch.

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• 3.

### Waning= ____________________ Waxing= ____________________

• A.

Increasing, Decreasing

• B.

Decreasing, Increasing

• C.

Stay the same

• D.

Decreasing (both.)

• E.

Increasing (both.)

B. Decreasing, Increasing
Explanation
Waning refers to the decreasing phase of the moon, where the visible portion of the moon is gradually getting smaller. Waxing, on the other hand, refers to the increasing phase of the moon, where the visible portion of the moon is gradually getting larger. Therefore, the correct answer is "Decreasing, Increasing" as it accurately describes the waning and waxing phases of the moon.

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• 4.

### What are the Solstice seasons?

• A.

Summer and Spring

• B.

Winter and Fall

• C.

Winter and Spring

• D.

The cow season.

• E.

Winter and Summer

E. Winter and Summer
Explanation
The solstice seasons refer to the two points in the year when the Sun reaches its highest or lowest point in the sky at noon, resulting in the longest or shortest day of the year. These seasons are winter and summer. Winter solstice marks the shortest day and longest night, while summer solstice marks the longest day and shortest night. This is due to the tilt of the Earth's axis, causing different amounts of sunlight to reach different parts of the planet throughout the year.

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• 5.

### Who was the first person to walk on the moon?

• A.

Ms. Geiger

• B.

Lance Armstrong

• C.

Neil Armstrong

• D.

Louis Armstrong

• E.

Bill Nye the Science Guy

C. Neil Armstrong
Explanation
Neil Armstrong was the first person to walk on the moon. He achieved this historic feat on July 20, 1969, as part of NASA's Apollo 11 mission. Armstrong's famous words, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," became an iconic symbol of human achievement and exploration. His role in the moon landing solidified his place in history and made him a renowned figure in the field of space exploration.

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• 6.

### Around what date does Winter begin?

• A.

December 21st

• B.

January 1st

• C.

July 21st

• D.

October 30th

• E.

May 23rd

A. December 21st
Explanation
Winter begins around December 21st. This date marks the winter solstice, which is the shortest day and the longest night of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. It is when the sun is at its lowest point in the sky, resulting in colder temperatures and shorter daylight hours. This is why December 21st is considered the start of winter.

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• 7.

### What does Equinox mean?

• A.

Different Seasons

• B.

Smart

• C.

Idk

• D.

Opposite

• E.

Equal

E. Equal
Explanation
Equinox means "equal" in Latin. It refers to the two points in the year when day and night are of equal length, occurring around March 21st and September 23rd. This term is used to describe the astronomical event that marks the beginning of spring and autumn.

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• 8.

### What does the moon orbit around? *Choose two*

• A.

Cow Manuer

• B.

The Earth

• C.

The Sun

• D.

Craters

• E.

All of the Above

B. The Earth
C. The Sun
Explanation
The moon orbits around the Earth and the Sun. The moon's primary orbit is around the Earth, as it is Earth's natural satellite. However, the Earth and the moon together orbit around the Sun. The gravitational pull of the Sun affects the moon's orbit around the Earth, resulting in a complex motion where the moon orbits both the Earth and the Sun simultaneously. Therefore, the correct answer is The Earth, The Sun.

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• 9.

### What is another name for Spring?

• A.

Death

• B.

Cowpox

• C.

Cancer

• D.

Vernal

• E.

May

D. Vernal
Explanation
Vernal is another name for Spring. This term is derived from the Latin word "ver" which means Spring. It is commonly used to describe the season when flowers bloom, temperatures rise, and nature comes back to life after the cold winter months.

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• 10.

### What is the phase where you cannot see the moon?

• A.

Oompa Loompa

• B.

Black Hole

• C.

New Moon

• D.

Old Moon

• E.

Full Moon

C. New Moon
Explanation
During a new moon phase, the moon is positioned between the Earth and the Sun, with the Sun illuminating the side of the moon that is facing away from us. This means that the side of the moon that we can see appears dark and is not visible from Earth, hence the phase where you cannot see the moon.

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