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Class 5 Science Question Answers - Earth and its Natural Satellites

Q1: What is the name of our solar system's star?
Ans: 
Sun


Q2: Which layer of the Earth contains rocks and forms the continents?
Ans:
 Crust


Q3: What causes earthquakes when tectonic plates move?
Ans: 
Faults


Q4: Which part of the Earth's core is solid?
Ans: 
Inner core


Q5: What is the Earth's natural satellite?
Ans:
 Moon


Q6: What gives the Moon its light?
Ans:
 Sunlight reflection


Q7: Who were the astronauts on the Apollo 11 mission that landed on the Moon in 1969?
Ans: 
Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin, Michael Collins


Q8: What was the name of India's first unmanned lunar spacecraft?
Ans: 
Chandrayaan-1


Q9: What causes high tides in the oceans?
Ans: 
Gravitational pull of the moon


Q10: What type of tides occur during a full moon or new moon?
Ans:
 Spring tides


Q11: What is it called when the moon blocks sunlight from reaching the Earth?
Ans:
 Solar eclipse


Q12: When the Earth comes between the sun and the moon, what type of eclipse occurs?
Ans: 
Lunar eclipse


Q13: What are man-made objects that revolve around the Earth?
Ans: 
Artificial satellites


Q14: Which country launched the first artificial satellite, Sputnik 1?
Ans: 
Russia


Q15: What do communication satellites transmit around the world?
Ans:
 Telephone conversations and television programs.

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1. What are natural satellites?
Ans. Natural satellites are celestial bodies that orbit around a planet or a star.
2. How many natural satellites does Earth have?
Ans. Earth has one natural satellite, which is the Moon.
3. What is the size of Earth's natural satellite?
Ans. The Moon, Earth's natural satellite, has a diameter of about 3,474 kilometers.
4. What is the distance between Earth and the Moon?
Ans. The average distance between Earth and the Moon is about 384,400 kilometers.
5. How does the Moon affect Earth?
Ans. The Moon affects Earth in various ways, including causing tides and stabilizing the Earth's rotation and axial tilt.
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