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During a spring tide, which phases could the Moon be in? Select all that apply. A. full B. new C. first quarter D. third quarter
Spring tide could happen during full moon and new moon.
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What type of model did Copernicus propose for the solar system? A. elliptical B. retrograde C. geocentric D. heliocentric
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The idea of epicycles was introduced by which astronomer as an attempt to explain the retrograde motion of the planets in the geocentric universe model? A. Brahe B. Galileo C. Ptolemy D. Copernicus
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When a planet travels in an elliptical orbit, the sum of the distances from the planet to each focus is A. greater when the planet is far from the Sun. B. greater when the planet is near the Sun. C. always the same no matter where the planet is in its orbit. D. double the length of the planet's farthest point from the Sun to its nearest point to the Sun.
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When a planet travels in an elliptical orbit, the sum of the distances from the planet to each focus is: always the same no matter where the planet is in its orbit.
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Which type of rock makes up most of the Moon's surface? A. basalt B. gneiss C. granite D. limestone
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During a new moon, the far side of the Moon receives _____ the near side. A. less sunlight than B. more sunlight than C. the same amount of sunlight as
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During a new moon, the far side of the Moon receives more sunlight than the near side.
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