Earth and Universe (NSO Level 1- Science Olympiad (SOF) Class 3): Questions 1 - 5 of 35

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Question number: 1

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Which of the following planet is very cold and mainly consist of frozen gases?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Venus

b.

Earth

c.

Mars

d.

Jupiter

Question number: 2

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What happens when Earth, Moon and the Sun come in a straight line?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Meteor showers

b.

New Moon phase

c.

Eclipse of the Moon

d.

Eclipse of the Sun

Question number: 3

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The spinning movement of the Earth about its axis is called:

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Rotation

b.

Tropic

c.

Revolution

d.

Axis

Question number: 4

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I revolve around the Sun. I am the brightest and the hottest member of the solar system. Who am I?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Red Planet

b.

North Star

c.

Blue Planet

d.

Evening Star

Question number: 5

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Zarin has noted in her calendar, 5th September: Full Moon. Which shape of the Moon she would most likely observe on 19th September?

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a.

Image shows shape of the Moon on 19<sup/>th</sup> September – Choice A

Image shows shape of the Moon on 19th September – Choice A

This image shows shape of the Moon on 19th September

b.

Image shows shape of the Moon on 19<sup/>th</sup> September – Choice B

Image shows shape of the Moon on 19th September – Choice B

This image shows shape of the Moon on 19th September

c.

Image shows shape of the Moon on 19<sup/>th</sup> September – Choice C

Image shows shape of the Moon on 19th September – Choice C

This image shows shape of the Moon on 19th September

d.

Image shows shape of the Moon on 19<sup/>th</sup> September – Choice D

Image shows shape of the Moon on 19th September – Choice D

This image shows shape of the Moon on 19th September

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