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The Moon takes 28 days (about a month) to rotate on its axis and orbit the Earth.
What shadow causes a solar eclipse?
The shadow of the moon on the Earth
The shadow of the Earth on the moon
How often do lunar eclipses occur?
All the time
Once or twice a year
A Spring Tide is
A very small tide
A low tide
A tide that occurs in Spring
An extra large high tide
What moon phase does a solar eclipse occur?
A gibbous moon occurs before or after a full moon.
As the moon moves around in space, sometimes we see all of the sunlit part of the moon, and other times we see only part of it.
Who can see a lunar eclipse when it occurs?
Everyone on the night side of Earth
Everyone on Earth
When does a lunar eclipse occur?
The water on Earth nearest the moon is
How long does it take for the Earth to rotate on its axis?
Lightening from solar storms may cause planes to crash.
Select some true consequences of a solar storm below.
Fridges don't work and food goes off
Large tides occur and can kill people
Computers don't work and people cannot work
All of the above.
What shadow causes a lunar eclipse?
The shadow of the sun on the moon.
The shadow of the Earth on the moon.
Solar storms may interfere with mobile phone service.
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