Solar Eclipse Quizzes & Trivia
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Questions: 9 | Attempts: 6143 | Last updated: Mar 21, 2022
Sample QuestionA Solar Eclipse happens when the _______________ blocks the _________________.
Seasons and Eclipses Science Quiz: The Earth's revolution is responsible for ensuring there are four types of seasons: winter, spring, autumn, and summer. There are two types of eclipses, which are lunar and solar. The...
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following is the meaning of the acronym PAGASA?
Test your facts about eclipses in this trivia quiz! Eclipses occur in two main types, which are lunar or solar eclipses. These types vary based on which between the sun and the moon covers the other either partially or fully to...
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Sample QuestionWhen the ______________ hits Earth, and eclipse occurs.
Do you know anything about solar eclipses to pass this quiz? A solar eclipse occurs when a segment of the earth is covered by a shadow cast by the moon, as it fully or partially blocks the sunlight. This shadow happens when the...
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Sample QuestionFor a solar eclipse to occur, what has to happen?
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Sample QuestionWhat is Solar Eclipse?
This is a Quiz About Solar Eclipse! Eclipses in history are seen as something to be feared or a certain omen, but scientists today can be able to project when an eclipse will take place and which type. A solar eclipse is said...
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Sample QuestionHow long did the August 2017 "American eclipse" last?
Solar eclipse Quiz: When Did It Happen? A solar eclipse is said to have occurred when the moon moves between the earth and the sun. This makes the moon cast a shadow over the earth. Do you know over the years when this...
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Sample QuestionFrom which continents were the solar eclipse of January 4th, 2011 seen?