Here are some of our Quiz answers.

1. You awake inside a small transparent capsule sitting on the surface of Venus. From a small speaker you hear a voice that says, "We will leave you here either for a day or a year. If you choose to stay a day, we will give you £1 million. If you choose to stay a year, we will give you £2 million. Either way, you will have sufficient food and water. We will make sure the temperature is a constant 22 degrees Celsius. We will also supply satellite TV."

What is your choice and why? ( Don't let the money influence your decision)

243 Earth days (1 Venusian Day)

I would stay for a year because its shorter than a day.

2. A man weighs 200 pounds on Earth. He wants an easy way to lose weight. Should he go to Weightwatchers or go to live on Mercury? What is your choice and why?

An object that weighs 100 pounds on the Earth would weigh only about 38 pounds on Mercury. I would go to weightwatchers 4 reasons why I think he shouldn’t go there, its too hot, and he hasn’t got no food or drinks, and he wont be able too see his family.

3. How many satellites does Mars have? Name them! How many words can you make out of the combined letters of their names?

Phobos and Deimos

Boss, moss, hobo, Die, Mob, Shoe, boo, miss, mop, so, doe, doom, dime, do, is, home, hope, moo, sis, hobos, hi, hobies, I’m, his, hid, sod

4. Which planet in our Solar System has the largest number of moons? Now take the number of moons, multiply that by 10, add 10 to your answer and now divide that answer by 100. What is your answer now? What do we have on Earth every year in that number.

Jupiter has 39 moons.

390x10

400+10

4 that was divided by 100

Answer 4

Every year we have 4 seasons

5. About how many times larger than Earth is Saturn?

Diameter: 12,800 km.

6. Name the spacecraft that has visited the Planet Uranus.

The only spacecraft to visit Planet Uranus was the Voyager 2 spacecraft in a flyby in 1986. It discovered 10 moons and two rings in addition to studying moons and rings previously seen from Earth.

7. Name the eight known moons that orbit Neptune.

Triton, Thalassa, Naiad, Despina, Galatea, Larissa, Proteus and Nereid

8. When was Pluto discovered and who discovered it?

Pluto was discovered in 1930 by Clyde W.

9. You are going to the Moon for a holiday. You haven't much room left in your suitcase. Which of these things won't you need and why? A. sunglasses B. an umbrella.

You wont need an umbrella because its not going to rain up in space. You’ll need sunglasses because the sun is really hot and if you didn’t have sunglasses the sun would go in your eyes.

10. Do you know about the phases of the Moon? Complete this challenge!

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1. You awake inside a small transparent capsule sitting on the surface of Venus. From a small speaker you hear a voice that says, "We will leave you here either for a day or a year. If you choose to stay a day, we will give you £1 million. If you choose to stay a year, we will give you £2 million. Either way, you will have sufficient food and water. We will make sure the temperature is a constant 22 degrees Celsius. We will also supply satellite TV."

What is your choice and why? ( Don't let the money influence your decision)

Rotation of its axis: 243 Earth days (1 Venusian Day)

A year because you everything to yourself and peace and quiet.

And a year because a year on venus is shorter than a day on Earth.

2 A man weighs 200 pounds on Earth. He wants an easy way to lose weight. Should he go to Weightwatchers or go to live on Mercury? What is your choice and why?

An object that weighs 100 pounds on the Earth would weigh only about 38 pounds on Mercury.

3.How many satellites does Mars have? Name them! How many words can you make out of the combined letters of their names?

Number of Satellites: 2 (Phobos and Deimos)

Die,moss,hobos,him,dime,dim,mob,domb,boss,hop,do,is,shoe,sob,sis,mop,him,hi,hid,hide,some.

4.Which planet in our Solar System has the largest number of moons? Now take the number of moons, multiply that by 10, add 10 to your answer and now divide that answer by 100. What is your answer now? What do we have on Earth every year in that number.

Jupiter 39 moons

390

400

4 divided by 100

Answer 4

We have 4 seasons

5. About how many times larger than Earth is Saturn?

Saturn is 3 times larger than earth

6. Name the spacecraft that has visited the Planet Uranus.

The planet Uranus has been visited by the voyager 2 spacecraft.

7. Name the eight known moons that orbit Neptune Neptune has 8 known moons: Triton, Thalassa, Naiad, Despina, Galatea, Larissa, Proteus and Nereid

8. When was Pluto discovered and who discovered it?

Pluto was discovered in 1930 by Clyde W. Tombaugh

9. You are going to the Moon for a holiday. You haven't much room left in your suitcase. Which of these things won't you need and why? A. sunglasses B. an umbrella.

We dont need an umbrella because it will not rain.

10. Do you know about the phases of the Moon? Complete this challenge!