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This image shows the variations in the lunar gravity field as measured by NASA's Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) during the primary mapping mission from March to May 2012. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MIT/GSFC.

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Quiz[edit]







  

1

Yes or No, The Moon's average radius (distance from its centre to its surface) is 1,737.4 km), about 27% of the radius of Earth.

Yes
No

2

Complete the text:

Match up the letter for the object name the radio or radar image below:
Sun - A
Mercury - B
Venus - C
Earth - D
Moon (South Pole) - E
Moon (North Pole) - F
Moon (850 micron thermal emission) - G
Mars (North Pole cross section) - H
Toustatis - I
Jupiter - J
Saturn - K
Titan - L
Interstellar medium - M
Milky Way - N
3C 98 - O
3C 31 - P
3C 380 - Q
Moon (self radiation) - R
NGC 4151 - S
GRS 1915 - T
M87 - U
3C 279 - V
IRC+10216 - W
Boomerang nebula - X
R Sculptoris - Y
PIA10008 Seas and Lakes on Titan.jpg

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3C 380 bent.jpg

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The Moon's North Pole.jpg

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Curious spiral spotted by ALMA around red giant star R Sculptoris (data visualisation).jpg

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Bhexplode merlin big.gif

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Allsky408.jpg

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Permanently Shadowed Polar Craters.jpg

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Ghostly 'Boomerang'.jpg

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Nhsc2010-011a.jpg

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PIA13164 North Polar Cap Cross Section, Annotated Version.jpg

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Moon 4panels2 col.jpg

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M87 jet Hubble.gif

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Sun5GHz.jpg

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3c279 mosaic lo.jpg

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PIA07872 Saturn's rings in radio.jpg

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Radio galaxy 3C98.png

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Ngc4151stis.gif

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Jupiter radio image.jpg

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Moon at 850 microns.gif

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Radio galaxy 3C31.png

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HIsky.jpg

Venus globe.jpg

Toutatis.jpg

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Moon South Pole.jpg

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Antarctica2.jpg

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3

Yes or No, The Moon's density is about 3.34 g/cm3, roughly 60% of Earth's density.

Yes
No

4

Complete the text:

Match up the letter of the spherical object with each of the possibilities below:
Sun - A
Mercury - B
Venus - C
Earth - D
Moon - E
Mars - F
Ceres - G
Jupiter - H
Callisto - I
Europa - J
Ganymede - K
Io - L
Enceladus - M
Titan - N
Uranus - O
Titania - P
Neptune - Q
Triton - R
Pluto - S
Enceladus in the Visual.jpg

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Triton moon mosaic Voyager 2 (large).jpg

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Io highest resolution true color.jpg

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Vg1 1567237.tiff

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Ceres optimized.jpg

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Europa-moon.jpg

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Titania (moon) color, edited.jpg

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Pluto animiert.gif

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The Earth seen from Apollo 17.jpg

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Uranus2.jpg

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Moon Farside LRO.jpg

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Callisto.jpg

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Moon Ganymede by NOAA.jpg

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Neptune.jpg

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Two Halves of Titan.png

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HI6563 fulldisk.jpg

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2005-1103mars-full.jpg

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Venus-real color.jpg

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Mercury in color - Prockter07 centered.jpg

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5

Yes or No, Despite the Moon's relatively weak gravitational force, the Moon is close enough to Earth to produce tides in Earth's waters.

Yes
No

6

Complete the text:

Match up the violet or violet containing image with the object letter:
Sun - A
Venus - B
Earth - C
Moon - D
Mars - E
Jupiter - F
Ganymede - G
Io - H
Saturn - I
Dione - J
Titan - K
Uranus - L
Ariel - M
Miranda - N
Triton - O
Eta Carinae - P
NGC 5584 - Q
Miranda3.jpg

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Titan's Halo PIA07774.jpg

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Triton's Cryovulcan.jpg

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Dione color.jpg

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Voyager 2 - Saturn - 3115 7854 2.png

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Mars violet sky.jpg

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Phot-16-07.jpg

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Vg1 1567237.tiff

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Eta Carinae.jpg

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PIA00072 Venus Cloud Patterns - colorized and filtered.jpg

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Iosurface gal.jpg

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Uranus rings.png

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Moon1 gal big.gif

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Ganymede-moon.jpg

Clements Mountain NPS.jpg

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Blueberrysun friedman 1296.jpg

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Ariel color PIA00041.jpg

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7

Yes or No, The Moon is moving away from Earth at a speed of about 3.8 cm per year.

Yes
No

8

Complete the text:

Match up the item letter with each of the possibilities below:
Moon - A
Eros - B
Io - C
Ganymede - D
Europa - E
Titan - F
X-ray producing electric arc, current spots

reflecting solar X-rays

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soft X-ray emission

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possible soft X-ray emission

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synchrotron X-ray diffraction of methane hydrate up to 10GPa

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ordinary chondrite composition

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9

Yes or No, The Moon was formed from the same clump revolving around the Sun, or protosun, as the Earth was formed at the same time.

Yes
No

10

True or False, The Moon has an exosphere.

False
True


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External links[edit]

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