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What is a satellite?
Which is the first spacecraft to land on the moon?
When the three heavenly bodies, earth, sun and moon come in a straight line, with the sun at one end. These shadows are called ___________.
The GPS is made up of a network of ____________ satellites.
The moon orbits the earth at a distance of about ____________.
Who was the first to step his foot on the moon?
How many kinds of eclipses are there?
The data collected from satellites is analysed in _______ on the earth.
_________ is the closest neighbour of earth in the space.
When did Neil Armstrong land on Moon?
When the moon blocks the sunlight and casts its shadow on the earth, the sun gets hidden behind the moon; it is called ____________.
__________ was the first artificial satellite launched by Russia in 1957.
The moon shines because it reflects the light of the _______ that falls on its surface.
What was Neil Armstrong’s first word on the Moon?
When the sun is completely hidden by the shadow of the moon, it is called a ____________.
Sputnik 1 was the first artificial satellite launched by Russia in ________.
The moon is about ________ years old.
__________ is the highest mountain on Moon.
If the shadow of the moon partially hides the sun, some part of the sun can be seen. This is called a _____________.
__________ was India’s first satellite launched in 1979.
The surface of _________ is made of rocks and dust.
Mount Leibnitz is as high as ___________.
A solar eclipse is seen during the __________.
When was India’s first satellite launched in space?
The ________ is a big ball of hot, burning gases.
There are big mountains and deep _________ on moon.
The moon spins around its own __________.
When does a lunar eclipse occur?
A person who is trained to travel in a spacecraft is called an ____________.
The Sun is mostly made up of ___________.
How are the craters created on the Moon?
The periods of rotation and revolution of the moon are almost ________.
When the earth comes between the sun and the moon, the earth casts its shadow on the moon. This is called __________.
Astronauts wear special suits called _________.
The hydrogen continuously changes into _________.
___________ is a large hole in the ground caused by the impact of a meteorite.
The changing shapes of the moon that we see are called ___________.
When the moon is completely hidden by the shadow of the earth, it is called a ____________.
The spacesuits enables the astronauts to _______.
The process of hydrogen changing into helium results in the emission of huge amounts of energy in the form of _____________.
__________ is a piece of rock from outer space that has other large heavenly bodies like earth and moon.
When the moon receives no sunlight and cannot be seen from the earth, it is called __________.
When the shadow of the earth partially covers the moon, and some part of the moon can be seen, it is called a ____________.
___________ is a space transportation system.
____________ is the main source of energy in the solar system.
What is the approximate temperature at night on the moon?
When a small portion of the moon’s side facing on the earth receives sunlight, we see a thin portion of the moon. This is called ___________.
____________ are man-made objects that orbit the earth.
In which year did Yuri Gagarin go to space?
What is the appox. diameter of Sun?
What is the approximate temperature in the day time on the moon?
When half moon can be seen from the Earth. It is called __________.
How does weather forecasting work?
Who was the first woman to go into space?
What is the appox. temperature at the centre of the Sun?
Two people talking cannot hear each other on the moon because of __________.
When three-quarters of the moon can be seen from the earth. It is called __________.
Weather forecasting is useful in predicting ____________.
Who was the first Indian to go into space?
What is the appox. temperature at the surface of the Sun?
Moon’s gravity is ___________ of earth’s gravity.
When a perfect round shaped moon can be seen from the earth. It is called __________.
How are communication satellites used?
In which year Rakesh Sharma went to space?
What is the appox. distance of Sun from the Earth?
If you weigh 36 kg on earth, how much will your weight be on Moon?
The second full moon in a month is called the __________.
How are navigation satellites used?
Who was the first Indian woman to go into space?
___________ is the only natural satellite of the Earth.
You can jump ______ times higher on the moon than earth.
The time between two full moons is about _______ days.
What is the full form of GPS?
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