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  1. Chapter 39 & 40 Review Mrs. Senger

  2. When the moon assumes its characteristically thin crescent shape, the position of the sun is • At right angles to the line between moon and earth • Almost directly in back of the moon • Almost directly behind the earth, so the earth is between the sun and moon • None of these

  3. When the moon assumes its characteristically thin crescent shape, the position of the sun is • At right angles to the line between moon and earth • Almost directly in back of the moon • Almost directly behind the earth, so the earth is between the sun and moon • None of these

  4. When we see a half-moon, the position of the moon is • About 45 degrees from a line from earth to moon • At right angles to a line from earth to the moon • Almost directly behind the earth • Almost directly behind the moon

  5. When we see a half-moon, the position of the moon is • About 45 degrees from a line from earth to moon • At right angles to a line from earth to the moon • Almost directly behind the earth • Almost directly behind the moon

  6. When the alignment of the sun, moon, and earth produce a lunar eclipse, the body between the other two is • Sun • Earth • Moon • Not enough info

  7. When the alignment of the sun, moon, and earth produce a lunar eclipse, the body between the other two is • Sun • Earth • Moon • Not enough info

  8. Evidence of solar wind on earth is the • Higher ocean tides in winter • Aurora borealis • Meteor showers in the atm • Solar sun spots, seen with care by the naked eye

  9. Evidence of solar wind on earth is the • Higher ocean tides in winter • Aurora borealis • Meteor showers in the atm • Solar sun spots, seen with care by the naked eye

  10. The sun tends to bloat outward by nuclear fusion, and contract due to • Nuclear fission • Gravitation • Its relatively slow spin • Mass decrease

  11. The sun tends to bloat outward by nuclear fusion, and contract due to • Nuclear fission • Gravitation • Its relatively slow spin • Mass decrease

  12. No greenhouse effect occurs on Mercury because of no • Atmosphere • Daily spin • Relatively cool regions • Planet life

  13. No greenhouse effect occurs on Mercury because of no • Atmosphere • Daily spin • Relatively cool regions • Planet life

  14. The planet with the mass most like earth’s is • Saturn • Mars • Venus • Mercury

  15. The planet with the mass most like earth’s is • Saturn • Mars • Venus • Mercury

  16. The percentage of the earth’s surface covered by ocean is about • 50% • 60% • 70% • 80%

  17. The percentage of the earth’s surface covered by ocean is about • 50% • 60% • 70% • 80%

  18. Compared to your weight on earth, your weight on Jupiter would be • More • Less • Same • None of these

  19. Compared to your weight on earth, your weight on Jupiter would be • More • Less • Same • None of these

  20. Compared to the density of water, the density of Saturn is • About the same • More • Less • None of these

  21. Compared to the density of water, the density of Saturn is • About the same • More • Less • None of these

  22. The planet that is most tipped to its orbital plane is • Jupiter • Mars • Saturn • Uranus

  23. The planet that is most tipped to its orbital plane is • Jupiter • Mars • Saturn • Uranus

  24. The predominate gas in the atm of earth is • Nitrogen • Water vapor • Carbon dioxide • Oxygen

  25. The predominate gas in the atm of earth is • Nitrogen • Water vapor • Carbon dioxide • Oxygen

  26. The predominant gas in the atm of Venus is • Nitrogen • Water vapor • Carbon dioxide • Oxygen

  27. The predominant gas in the atm of Venus is • Nitrogen • Water vapor • Carbon dioxide • Oxygen

  28. What is the name of the “ringed planet?” • Mercury • Mars • Venus • Saturn

  29. What is the name of the “ringed planet?” • Mercury • Mars • Venus • Saturn

  30. Looking at the list below, which is the furthest from the sun? • Pluto • Mercury • Jupiter • Mars

  31. Looking at the list below, which is the furthest from the sun? • Pluto • Mercury • Jupiter • Mars

  32. The planet most like the sun is • Venus • Mercury • Uranus • Jupiter

  33. The planet most like the sun is • Venus • Mercury • Uranus • Jupiter

  34. Asteroids orbit the • Sun • Moon • Earth • All of these

  35. Asteroids orbit the • Sun • Moon • Earth • All of these

  36. A small rock in interplanetary space is called a • Meteorite • Meteor • Meteoroid • None of these

  37. A small rock in interplanetary space is called a • Meteorite • Meteor • Meteoroid • None of these

  38. In a museum collection you can likely see a • Meteoroid by not a meteorite • Meteorite but not a meteoroid • Meteor but not a meteoroid • None of these

  39. In a museum collection you can likely see a • Meteoroid by not a meteorite • Meteorite but not a meteoroid • Meteor but not a meteoroid • None of these

  40. Comets orbit about the • Earth • Moon • Sun • All of these

  41. Comets orbit about the • Earth • Moon • Sun • All of these

  42. Which planet is well known for its Great Red Spot? • Jupiter • Sun • Mars • Saturn

  43. Which planet is well known for its Great Red Spot? • Jupiter • Sun • Mars • Saturn

  44. The Great Red Spot is thought to be • An enormous hurricane • High iron concentrations that have rusted • A continent • Discoloration of the planet’s surface

  45. The Great Red Spot is thought to be • An enormous hurricane • High iron concentrations that have rusted • A continent • Discoloration of the planet’s surface

  46. Which planet has concentrated greenhouse effect, making it the hottest planet? • Mars • Mercury • Venus • Uranus

  47. Which planet has concentrated greenhouse effect, making it the hottest planet? • Mars • Mercury • Venus • Uranus

  48. What planet has been nicknamed “Earth’s Twin?” • Mars • Saturn • Venus • Neptune

  49. What planet has been nicknamed “Earth’s Twin?” • Mars • Saturn • Venus • Neptune

  50. Which planet has virtually no atmosphere. Their nights and days are extremely cold and extremely hot? • Saturn • Jupiter • Mercury • Venus