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THE MOON

The moon is Earth’s satellite. It rises in the east and sets in the west. It moves
toward the east in our sky by about 12 degrees each day. The Moon is about 384,400
kilometers from Earth. The Moon has a diameter of 2,000 miles which is like to 3,476
kilometers.

The surface of the Moon has many things, such as craters, lava plains,
mountains, and valleys. Scientists believe the craters were formed around 3.5 to 4.5
billion years ago by meteors hitting the moon's surface. The Moon does not have
atmosphere, wind and weather that is why the footprints left there on the Moon by the
Apollo astronauts will remain there for millions of years.

The Moon is not a light source. It mean that Moon does not make its own light.
It reflects light from the sun. All of us can see the Moon especially in the night because
light from the Sun bounces off it back to the Earth. If the Sun wasn't there, we can not
see the Moon.

The moon influences many of the tides in the oceans. This is because of the
gravity force between the Earth and Moon. At full Moon and new Moon, the Sun, Earth
and Moon are lined esmaller neap tides.

1. Who is the Earth’s satellite ?

a. The Mercurius.

b. The Moon.

c. The Venus.

d. The Jupiter.

e. The Mars.

2. Where the moon rise and set ?


a. The moon rises in the west and sets in the east
b. The moon rises in the east and sets in the west
c. The moon rises in the east and sets in the south
d. The moon rises in the north and sets in the west
e. The moon rises in the south and sets in the west

3. How the distance about the earth and moon ?


a. The Moon is about 38,400 kilometers from Earth
b. The Moon is about 34,400 kilometers from Earth
c. The Moon is about 384,400 kilometers from Earth
d. The Moon is about 384,800 kilometers from Earth
e. The Moon is about 388,400 kilometers from Earth

4. How large diameter of the moon ?


a. The Moon has a diameter of 2,000 kilometers.
b. The Moon has a diameter of 3,476 miles.
c. The Moon has a diameter of 2,476 miles.
d. The Moon has a diameter of 3,476 kilometers.
e. The Moon has a diameter of 2,476 kilometers.

5. How the surface of the Moon ?


a. The surface of the Moon has lava plains and mountains.
b. The surface of the Moon has many things, such as craters, water, lake, and
mall.
c. The surface of the Moon has many things, sea, lava plains, mountains, and
valleys.
d. The surface of the Moon has many things, such as craters, lava plains, big
tower, and monument.
e. The surface of the Moon has many things, such as craters, lava plains,
mountains, and valleys.

6. The moon has many craters. How it get the craters ?


a. The craters were formed around 3.5 to 4.5 billion years ago by meteors
hitting the moon's surface.
b. The craters were formed around 3.5 to 4.5 billion years ago by earth hitting
the moon's surface.
c. The craters were formed around 3.5 to 4.5 billion years ago by many stars
hitting the moon's surface.
d. The craters were formed around 3.5 to 4.5 billion years ago by the people
build it.
e. The craters were formed around 3.5 to 4.5 billion years ago by moon quake.

7. The Moon is not a light source, so how the moon look light from the earth ?
a. The moon reflects light from many stars.
b. The moon reflects light from the sun.
c. The moon get light from the lamps.
d. The moon reflects light from the earth.
e. The moon get light from the solar system.

8. Why we just can see the moon at night ?


a. The Moon especially in the night because light from the stars
bounces off it back to the Earth.
b. The Moon especially in the night because light from the earth
bounces off it back to the Earth.
c. The Moon especially in the night because light from the Sun
bounces off it back to the Earth.
d. The Moon especially in the night because light from the lamp just
used at night.
e. The Moon especially in the night because light from the Venus
bounces off it back to the Earth.

9. Why the footprints left there on the Moon by the Apollo astronauts will remain
there for millions of years ?
a. Because the Moon does not have lamp.
b. Because the Moon does not have mall, supermarket and
government.
c. Because the Moon does not have atmosphere and water.
d. Because the Moon does not have atmosphere, wind and weather.
e. Because the Moon does not have water and wind.
10. Why the moon influences many of the tides in the oceans ?
a. Because the gravity force between the Earth and Sun.
b. Because the gravity force between the Mars and Moon.
c. Because the gravity force between the Earth and Mars.
d. Because the gravity force between the Sun and Moon.
e. Because the gravity force between the Earth and Moon.