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  • 1. 1. What do you call a group of stars that form a certain pattern in the sky? A A galaxy B The universe C The Milky Way D A constellation2 What is the name of the constellation shown in the diagram? A Orion B The Scorpion C The Big Dipper D The Southern Cross3. The diagram below shows a constellation. Which of the following always points to the south? A P B Q C R D S4. Why are constellations useful to navigators in the olden times? A To find directions B To locate enemies C To forecast weather D To protect themselves
  • 2. 5. The information below show the characteristics of an object in the sky. • A group of stars from a certain pattern in the sky • Can be used to show directions. Which of the following constituents has the above characteristics? A Planet B Earth C Constellation D Moon6 The informations below show the characteristics of a constellation. • Looks like a hunter • Can be seen between December to February around 8.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. Which of the following constellation has the characteristics above? A Orion B Scorpion C Big dipper D Southern Cross7 Long ago, constellations were very important to sailors and travelers. Which of the following device has replaced the used of constellations? A Compass B Telescope C Periscope D Prism8 The diagram below shows a constellation. P, Q, R and S are A satellites B asteroids C planets D stars9 The diagram below shows three constellations.
  • 3. Which of the following is correct about the directions of P,Q and R? P Q R A South North North B North South South C South South North D North North South10 Which of the following constellation looks like a kite ? A Orion B Scorpion C Big dipper D Southern Cross11 The diagram below shows a planet. Axis This planet rotates on its own axis all the time from A East to West B West to East C North to South D South to North11 The following statements explain the movement of the Earth
  • 4. P The Earth travel along its orbit Q The Earth rotates on its own axis R The movement of Earth around the Sun S The Earth rotates from the West to the East Which of the following involve the changes in length and position of the shadow throughout the day? A Pand R B Q and S C P, Q and R D Q, R and S13 The diagram below shows the movement of the Earth Which of the following is correctly matched? R S A Rotation Path B Orbit Revolve C Axis Orbit D Rotation Axis14 Which of the following diagrams shows the correct rotation of Earth on its axis?
  • 5. 15 The diagram below shows the different positions of the Moon as it moves round the Earth. sunlight Sunlight P P Earth Earth Which of the following is the correct phase of the Moon at position P? A B C D
  • 6. 16 The diagram below shows the shadow of a pole. The shadow is likely formed at A 7.00 am B 10.00 am C 12.00 pm D 6.00 pm17 How long does it takes for the Earth to complete one rotation on its axis? A 12 hours B 24 hours C 27 days D 365 days18 The diagram below shows the position of the Sun, the Earth and the Moon. . Which of the following shows the Moons axis? A P B Q C R D S19 The diagram below shows a phenomenon.
  • 7. The people at position F can see the Moon because A the sunlight is very bright. B it produces its own light. C the Sun is too far from Earth. D the Moon reflects the sunlight.20 How long does the Moon take to make a complete revolution around the Earth? A 24 hours B 27 days C 27 hours D 27 1/3 days21 Which shadow appears in the evening?22 The rotation of the Moon around the Earth cause A the reflection of the moonlight to the Earth B the rising and setting of the Moon C the phases of the Moon D day and night23 When does the half moon phase occur? A On the first day of the lunar calendar
  • 8. B On the third day of the lunar calendar C On the seventh day of the lunar calendar D On the fifteenth day of the lunar calendar24 The diagram below shows the positions of the Sun, the Moon and the Earth. Moon Earth Sun Which of the following phases of the Moon is observed from the Earth? A Crescent B Half Moon C Full Moon D New Moon25 The informations below show the characteristics of a phase of the Moon. • The dark surface of the Moon faces the Earth • The moon cannot be seen on Earth Which of the phases of the Moon below has the above characteristics? A New Moon B Crescent C Full Moon D Half Moon26 The diagram below shows phases of the moon. Which of the following shows a correct sequence? A Q→S→P→R B R→P→Q→S C R→S→P→Q D S→P→R→Q27 The diagram below shows the positions of the Moon, S, T, U and V when it revolve around the Earth.
  • 9. At which position is the full moon? A S B T C U D V28 The rotation of the Earth causes the occurrence of A day and night. B eclipse of the Moon. C eclipse of the Sun. D phases of the Moon.29 In the morning the position of the shadow will be formed towards the A North B south C East D West30 The changes in the positions of the shadow are caused by the rotation of the Earth A on its axis. B around the Sun C around the Moon D from East to West.