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Class 5 Science Chapter 9 Test 2

Welcome to your Class 5 Science Chapter 9 Test 2

1. 
The satellites revolving in the orbits around the Earth with the same speed as that of the Earth are known as ________satellites.

2. 
Earth has ________ moon.

3. 
The ________ which are made by humans to revolve around the Earth are called artificial satellites.

4. 
________ Satellites help to transmit signals of Radio, TV and mobile phones from one place to another.

5. 
The whole earth can be covered by three ________ Satellites for global transmission of radio and TV programs.

6. 
Information through Radio, TV and Internet reach in each part of the world because of ________.

7. 
For weather information, ________ Satellites are used.

8. 
The study of the Earth from orbiting satellites is known as ________.

9. 
The bright object that we see the on the horizon just before sunrise or after sunset is the planet, ________.

10. 
Saturn has ________ moons.

11. 
Neptune has ________ moons.

12. 
________ Satellites are commonly used for communication purposes and transmit TV signals across the world.

13. 
Geostationary Satellites orbit at a heigh of about ________ and are positioned directly above equator.

14. 
The earth rotates about its axis from west to east. Hence the Sun, Moon and stars appear to move from ________.

15. 
________ is also called morning star

16. 
The Earth rotates about its axis from ________.

17. 
The Earth rotates about its axis with a speed of ________ per hour over the equator.

18. 
Higher the satellite, ________ is the time required to complete its one orbit.

19. 
Higher the satellite, the ________ is its speed.

20. 
Uranus has ________ moons.

21. 
Mars has ________ moons.

22. 
Jupiter has ________ moons.