How many phases of the Moon are there?
____________ are the flat dark areas that were created when meteorites hit the Moon, releasing magma to fill the craters.
The Moon orbits around the Earth every ____ days.
Which of the following combinations is necessary for a Full Moon?
Which of the following combinations is necessary for a New Moon?
____________ are the steady rise and fall of sea level at any given place.
Most places get __________ high tide(s) and __________ low tide(s) each day.
The Moon's ___________________ affects both the solid parts of Earth and the oceans.
A(n) _________________ is the obscuring of light from one celestial body.
What are the two types of solar eclipses?
A(n) ___________ eclipse occurs when a new moon passes directly between the Earth and Sun.
A(n) ___________ eclipse occurs when a full moon moves through the Earth's shadow.
What are the three types of lunar eclipses?
The tilt of the Earth's axis is
The seasons in the Northern and Southern hemispheres are always ___________________.
The ______________ is the totality of all matter and energy that exists in the vastness of space, whether known to human beings or not.
Which of the following was NOT one of the first elements in the universe?
A _________________ is a group of billions of stars and their planets, gas, and dust that extends over many thousands of light-years and forms a unit within the universe
Which of the following is not a Terrestrial Planet?
Jovian Planets are also known as _____________.