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This type of eclipse occurs in the Full Moon phase, with the Earth between the Sun and Moon.
Seasons on planets are caused by
the spin of the planet on its axis.
the revolution (orbit) of the planet around the Sun
the tilt of the planet on its axis.
both b and c.
This type of eclipse occurs in the New Moon phase, with the Moon between the Sun and Earth.
The rotation of the Earth, or another planet,
has no affect on the planet.
takes 365 days.
is one complete turn on its axis, causes day and night.
none of the above.
This season occurs when the hemisphere is tilted toward the Sun
is when we have 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness.
is the time when day and night are equal length. Occurs in the spring and fall.
occurs on March 21 or 23, and Sept 21 or 22
All of the above.
The spiral-shaped galaxy where our solar system resides. It is approximately 100,000 light years across.
the Milky Way galaxy
none of these
Polaris is the only star in our solar system. It makes up 99.85% of the mass in this solar system.
Known as the Red Planet and is the fourth planet from the Sun. It is 1/2 the size of Earth, and is also a rocky planet.
The law of universal gravitation states that
all planets have the same gravitational force.
only the inner planets have a gravitational force.
all objects with mass are attracted to each other or have an attractive force.
none of these.