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290.Approximately when does a full Moon rise?A)noonB)midnightC)sunriseD)sunset291.The full Moon always occursA)on the first of the month.B)when the Moon is at right angles to the direction of the Sun.C)when the Moon is closer to the Sun than Earth is.D)when the Moon is farther from the Sun than Earth is.292.When the Sun and Moon are separated by 12 hours of right ascension, the phase of theMoon is alwaysA)first quarter.B)third quarter.C)full.D)either first or third quarter.293.When does the third-quarter Moon rise?A)about 6 A.M.B)about 6 P.M.C)close to noonD)close to midnight294.If the Moon is located at the vernal equinox on the first day of spring, what is the phaseof the Moon?A)first quarterPage 51
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B)third quarterC)fullD)new295.On a particular day, the Sun is at the summer solstice and the Moon is at the vernalequinox.The lunar phase on that day isA)quarter.B)not predictable from this information.C)full.D)new.296.On a particular day, the Sun is at the vernal equinox and the Moon is at the autumnalequinox.The lunar phase on this particular day isA)full.B)new.C)quarter.D)not predictable from this information.297.Which of the following planets will be seen as crescent-shaped from Earth at certaintimes in its orbit?A)MarsB)UranusC)JupiterD)Venus298.Which of the following bodies will never be seen from Earth as a crescent?A)MercuryB)MarsC)VenusD)the Moon299.If you were on Mars, which of the following bodies would never be seen as a crescent?A)JupiterB)Earth's MoonC)VenusD)Earth300.If you were on the Moon, which of the following bodies could occasionally appear ascrescent shaped?A)EarthPage 52
B)asteroid CeresC)MarsD)Jupiter301.When the Moon is in its gibbous phase, the right ascensions of the Sun and the Moondiffer byA)more than 6 hours.B)6 hours.C)0 hours.D)less than 6 hours.302.The waxing gibbous phase of the Moon occurs between the two positions ofA)third quarter and new Moon.B)full Moon and third quarter.C)first quarter and full Moon.D)new Moon and first quarter.303.A full Moon will always be at its highest in our sky at aboutA)sunrise.B)midnight.C)midday.D)sunset.304.The full Moon can be on the horizonA)only at sunrise or sunset.B)only at midnight.C)at any time, day or night.D)only at midday.305.The Moon is visible in the sky in the daytime from most places on EarthA)only at full Moon phase, when it is very bright.B)almost never—only during solar eclipses when the sky is dark.C)about half the time, or for two weeks in every month.D)at some time every day, but it is difficult to see because of the blue sky.

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MichaelV.Torbett
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Astronomical, Solar System, Space, celestial pole, Equator, Celestial coordinate system
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