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Twenty Questions About Earth
"Here is the third twenty question quiz on objects in our solar system. This one is about Earth. What do you think you know about our planet?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Earth rotates in about _______ hours.
Who formulated the geocentric theory?
Who formulated the first heliocentric theory that was accepted by other scientists soon after its publication?
What is the axial tilt of the Earth?
The Earth's diameter is approximately _________ kilometers?
Earth has how many natural satellites visible to the naked eye?
What was the giant land mass called that existed some 200 million years ago?
Giant land mass
According to the conventional definition of "continent" used by "National Geographic" magazine, the Earth has seven continents.
Earth is the densest of all of the Sun's planets.
The Earth's average distance is ______________ kilometers from the Sun.
The Earth is the ___________ planet from the Sun.
The Earth is a _________________ planet.
Earth's atmosphere consists mostly of?
Oxygen and nitrogen
Hydrogen and helium
Carbon dioxide and argon
Oxygen and hydrogen
When the Earth is directly between the Sun and the Moon it is called a _________ eclipse.
Earth is moving around the Sun at about __________ miles per hour?
Earth's inner core is solid.
The largest known impact crater on the Earth is the _________________.
Clearwater Lakes craters
The highest mountain on the Earth, measured conventionally from sea level, is ________________.
What is the second highest mountain on the Earth, measured conventionally?
The deepest depression on the Earth is the _______________.
Puerto Rico trench
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