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UNIT 1 - Earth in the Universe

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UNIT 1 - Earth in the Universe

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1º ESO - Bilingüe

Autor:
AVATAR

Fecha de Creación:
05/10/2021

Categoría:
Geografía

Número preguntas: 30
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Which galaxy is our Solar System in? The Milky Way galaxy The Sunny galaxy The Big Bang galaxy The Water Way galaxy.
What are starts made of? Stones Gas Ice Iron.
All the astronimical objects in a galaxy are constanly moving because of gravity. True False.
Which planet is the closest to the sun? Neptune Venus Mercury Jupiter.
Choose the four planets inner to the Sun. Mercury Venus Saturn Earth Mars Jupiter Uranus Neptune.
Choose the four planets further to the Sun. Mercury Venus Saturn Earth Mars Jupiter Uranus Neptune.
Mars is larger than Earth, but smaller than Mercury. True False.
Which planet has more satellites? Earth Jupiter Uranus Neptune.
What is gravity? An invisible force that pulls objects together A small object made of ice dust; usually has a tail An invisible force that pulls objects apart A small object made of rock that orbits the Sun.
What is a comet? An invisible force that pulls objects together A small object made of ice dust; usually has a tail An invisible force that pulls objects apart A small object made of rock that orbits the Sun.
What is a meteorite? An invisible force that pulls objects together A small object made of ice dust; usually has a tail An invisible force that pulls objects apart A small object made of rock that orbits the Sun.
The ultraviolet radiation is the energy that comes from the Sun; however, it's no dangerous for people. True False.
The atmosphere protect us from... Comets Gravity Asteroids Ultraviolet radiation.
The size of Earth means it has an atmosphere, which is a protective layer made of... Rocks Gases Dust Ice.
Which planet is the largest? Jupiter Earth Mars Neptune.
The Earth is constantly moving in two different ways. First, it spins on its azis. Secondly, it orbits the Sun. True False.
When the Earth on its axis in an anti-clockwise direction is called... Revolution Rotation.
When the Earth orbits the Sun on an alliptical path is called... Revolution Rotation.
What happens when The Earth is facing the Sun? It's cold It's daytime It's hot It's nighttime.
What happens when The Earth is facing away from the Sun? It's cold It's daytime It's hot It's nighttime.
How long does it take a complete revolution? 364 days and 6 hours 365 days and 6 hours 366 days and 6 hours 367 days and 6 hours.
How long does it take a complete rotation? 24 hours 365 hours 48 hours 72 hours.
Which is the direct consequence of revolution? The succession of day and night The ultraviolet radiation The gravity The succession of the different seasons.
An equinox is when day and night are exactly the opposite length. True False.
To accurately locate a place on Earth, we use a series of imaginary lines on globe to create a grid. These lines are called... Comets and meteorites Meridians and parallels Satellites and comets Latitude and longitue.
The main parallel is called Greenwich Parallel. True False.
The main meridian is called Greenwich Meridian. True False.
Parallel are circular and meridians are... circular too semicircular spiral square.
Meridians are semicircular and parallels are... circular semicircular spiral square.
The geographic coordinate of a place determined by its... proximity to The Sun latitud and longitude gravity force satellites.
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