Moon questions This is a list of recently added questions about Moon. Play Moon quiz and see all the questions. Which planet in the solar system has no moon?Mercury and Venus are the only planets in the solar system that do not have any moon.Created by: Tschuka average 60% MercuryMercury1047MarsMars170UraniumUranium224All planets have moonsAll planets have moons287Solar System riddles » What is the distance between Earth and the Moon? About 384 000 km. The average distance between Earth and the Moon is 384,000 km. So the light overcomes it in just over a second.Created by: Tschuka hard 54% about 38 000 kmabout 38 000 km309about 384 000 kmabout 384 000 km1071about 3 840 000 kmabout 3 840 000 km377about 384 000 000 kmabout 384 000 000 km226numbers riddles » Which solar system moon is the only one with a dense atmosphere?Titan is the largest moon of Saturn. It is the only moon known to have a dense atmosphere, and the only object in space other than Earth where clear evidence of stable bodies of surface liquid has been found.Created by: Tschuka hard 46% TitanTitan703IoIo227EuropeEurope391GanimedesGanimedes198space riddles » During the last Apollo 17 mission the fender of the Lunar Roving Vehicle broke. What was used to fix it?Map and duck tape. The fender extension on the Apollo 17 LRV broke when accidentally bumped by Eugene Cernan with a hammer handle. A replacement "fender" was made with some EVA maps, duct tape, and a pair of clamps from inside the Lunar Module that were nominally intended for the moveable overhead light.Created by: Ninjaiaverage 60% liquid oxygen welderliquid oxygen welder24map and duck tapemap and duck tape262it was replaced with a spare oneit was replaced with a spare one29it was simply taken offit was simply taken off117astronautics riddles » Who established the official system for naming the seas and mountains of the Moon?Mary Blagg. Even though she was mostly self-taught, she made important contributions to two areas of astronomy, lunar nomenclature and variable stars. In 1916, she was one of the first four women admitted to the Royal Astronomical Society in recognition of her work.The work is titled "Named Lunar Formation" and is the official catalog of the names of our satellite.Created by: Tschuka hard 41% GalileoGalileo390Mary BlaggMary Blagg375Neil AmstrongNeil Amstrong78Nicolaus CopernicusNicolaus Copernicus59astronomy riddles » Which moons are called "Galilean moons"?Moons of Jupiter. The four largest moons of Jupiter were discovered in 1610 by Galileo Galilei and are today known as Galilean moons. From the end of the 19th century, dozens of much smaller Jovian moons have been discovered and have received the names of lovers or daughters of the Roman god Jupiter or his Greek equivalent Zeus. Created by: Tschuka hard 58% Moons of JupiterMoons of Jupiter945Moons of NeptuneMoons of Neptune142Saturn's moonsSaturn's moons251It is a collective description of all moonsIt is a collective description of all moons278discoveries riddles » When was the the invisible side of the Moon photographed for the first time?In 1959, the Soviet Luna spacecraft photographed the invisible side of the Moon, proving that the dark patches on the surface are not seas of liquid, but only areas of fine volcanic dust.Created by: Tschuka very hard 31% In 1959In 1959206In 1964In 1964180In 1969In 1969156In 1972In 1972109astronomy riddles » In which phase is the Moon during the solar eclipse?New moon. The new moon is the first phase of the Moon, when its orbit is not seen from the Earth; it is at this moment when the Moon and the Sun have the same ecliptical longitude. The Moon is not visible at this time except when it is seen in silhouette during a solar eclipse when it is illuminated by earthshine.Created by: Ninjaivery hard 27% first or third quarterfirst or third quarter231it doesn't matterit doesn't matter729full moonfull moon1137new moonnew moon779astronomy riddles » Is the Earth–Moon distance constant?It slowly increases. Due to the loss of energy caused by tides, the Earth–Moon distance increases at approximately 38 millimetres per year.Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskahard 51% It is constantIt is constant1710It slowly increasesIt slowly increases3769It slowly decreasesIt slowly decreases1173It is impossible to measureIt is impossible to measure738astronomy riddles » What is larger on the sky: the Moon or the Sun? (by apparent size)Sometimes the Moon, sometimes the Sun. The Moon's orbit is elliptical, and its apparent diameter varies by 10%. This is why both total eclipses (if the Moon is larger) and annular eclipses (if the Sun is larger) happen.Created by: pan Krzyżówkahard 43% the Sunthe Sun2153the Moonthe Moon2700both are identicalboth are identical1733sometimes the Moon, sometimes the Sunsometimes the Moon, sometimes the Sun5030sky riddles » Play Moon quiz and see all the questions.