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Who gives us heat and light?
Who goes around the Earth?
______ twinkle in the night sky.
The _____ shines in the night.
When do the stars shine?
What is the Earth made up of?
What do we see when we look at the sky in the day time?
What do we see when we look at the sky in the night time?
What are big balls of fire that have heat and light of their own?
Why do stars look like tiny sparkles?
What is the temperature on the surface of the Sun?
Which is the closest star to Earth and appears big?
What is the Sun?
What are the groups of stars forming different patterns called?
What are two famous constellations in the sky?
What are constellations named after?
What is like a huge ball that goes around the Sun?
What is Earth?
What are bodies like the Sun, stars, the planets and the moon together called?
How Many planets are there in our Solar system?
Which is the closest planet to the Sun?
Which is the farthest planet to the Sun?
Which is the hottest planet of the solar system?
When the Moon goes around the Earth it is called ________?
How many days does it take for the Moon to make one revolution around Earth?
As the positions of the earth and the moon keep changing, the part of the moon visible to us also keeps changing. What are the different shapes of the moon called?
When the moon is between the sun and earth, the side that faces the earth does not get any sunlight. So it is not visible from Earth. What is this called?
After 3 days of the new moon and after 11 days of the full moon, we can see a small part of the moon. What is this small part of the moon called?
What do we call an object that moves around a planet?
What is at the centre of the Solar System around which all the planets move?
What is the fixed path on which planets move?
Do planets have any lights of their own?
Where do the planets get their light from?
How do planets glow?
Who is called Earth’s natural satellite?
The light of the sun falls on the Moon and is thrown back to the earth as ________?
Where does the Moon get its light from?
How many days does it take for the Moon to make one rotation on its own axis?
After the 7th or 21st day, we can see half of the moon. What is this stage called?
After the 10th or 17th day we can see more than half of the moon. What is this called?
After 14 days of the new moon, the moon reaches the opposite side of the Earth. What is it called?
What do we use to look at faraway objects such as the moon, stars and other planets?
What do we call people who study the Sun, moon, planets and stars?
Who discovered that the Earth is round and rotates on its own axis?
What are places built to tell people about astronomy and show them the night sky?
How many days are there between one full moon and the next?
Who is one of India’s most famous astronomers?
Which is the third planet of the Solar System?
Which is the fifth planet of the Solar System?
Which is the fourth Planet of the Solar System?
Which is the first planet of the Solar System?
How does the new moon appear?
Which planet lies at the end of the Solar System?
During the gibbous moon phase what part if the moon can be seen?
_______ is made up of land water and air.
How Many phases does the moon have?
During the crescent moon phase, how much of the Moon can be seen?
During the half-moon phase, how much of the moon is visible?
Which is the sixth planet of the Solar system?
Which is the second planet of the solar system?
Why do we see some spots on the surface of the moon?