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  1. Earth, Moon, Sun Jeopardy!

  2. Tides 1 Eclipses 2 Moon Phases 3 Equinox and Solstice 4 Moon Formation and Structure 5 General Earth, Moon, Sun System Questions 6 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  3. Time’s Up During a Solar Eclipse this type of tide occurs. $100

  4. Spring Tide $100

  5. Time’s Up This is the force that causes tides on the Earth $200

  6. The Moon’s gravitational pull $200

  7. Time’s Up These kinds of tides occur during a 1st or 3rd quarter moon $300

  8. Neap Tides $300

  9. Time’s Up During Spring tides, the Sun, Moon, and Earth are in this position $400

  10. A line $400

  11. Time’s Up During these, tidal ranges are the smallest $500

  12. Neap Tides $500

  13. Time’s Up Only during this phase can Lunar Eclipses can be seen. $100

  14. Full Moon $100

  15. Time’s Up This kind of tide occurs during a solar eclipse $200

  16. Spring Tides $200

  17. Time’s Up This is why a solar eclipse occurs $300

  18. Moon blocks out the Sun and casts a shadow on the Earth $300

  19. Time’s Up This is the reason why eclipses don’t occur every month $400

  20. The orbit of the Moon is not in the same plane as the orbit of the Earth $400

  21. Time’s Up This is the phase that occurs during a Solar Eclipse $500

  22. New Moon $500

  23. Time’s Up True or False: The Moon generates its own light. $100

  24. False $100

  25. Time’s Up This describes when the lit up portion of the Moon is increasing in view $200

  26. Waxing $200

  27. Time’s Up When the Moon’s left hand half is lit up when viewed from the Earth $300

  28. 3rd Quarter $300

  29. Time’s Up This is the phase the Moon is in during a Lunar Eclipse $400

  30. Full Moon $400

  31. Time’s Up The light appears and grows when it is waxing $500

  32. Towards the left $500

  33. Time’s Up These happen because one hemisphere is the more tilted towards the sun $100

  34. Solstices $100

  35. Time’s Up The tilt of this imaginary line is what causes the seasons $200

  36. Axis of Rotation $200

  37. Time’s Up This is how long the time period is between the spring equinox and the summer solstice $300

  38. Three months $300

  39. Time’s Up This occurs when both hemispheres are equally tilted towards the sun $400

  40. Equinox $400

  41. Time’s Up When the Northern Hemisphere is tilted further away from the Sun’s light, this season occurs $500

  42. Winter $500

  43. Time’s Up A dark area on the Moon is still called this, even though it’s not a body of water $100

  44. Mare/Maria $100

  45. Time’s Up The Moon is made up of this kind of rock $200

  46. Igneous $200

  47. Time’s Up The Earth and the Moon have these three structures in their interior $300

  48. Crust, Mantle, Core $300

  49. Time’s Up This is the current theory on how the Moon was formed $400

  50. A large object hit the Earth and a drop of the Earth cooled off and formed the Moon $400