Friday, 23 October 2020

The Discovery of Moon

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 Lesson.5 The Discovery of Moon

 

Q.1. Name the two astronauts who landed on the moon.

Ans. Armstrong and Edwin.

Q.2.What was the name of their spacecraft?

Ans. Apollo-11.

Q.3.Which two countries had worked out programmes for the exploration of the moon?

Ans. The USA and the USSR.

Q.4. How did the Soviet Union feel about carrying on this exploration?

Ans. They did not land man on the moon. They believed that the scientific instruments were enough to carry on the exploration.

Q.5.Why have the scientists declared moon unfit for human habitation?

Ans. There is no Oxygen or water on the moon. There is no atmosphere.

Q.6.Name the metals found on the moon.

Ans. Aluminium, Titanium and iron.

Q.7. Have the traditional beliefs about moon proved true?

Ans. No, the traditional beliefs have been proved wrong.

 

Q. Name the two astronauts who landed on the Moon?

A. The two astronauts who landed on the Moon were Neil Armstrong and Edwin.

Q. What was the name of their spacecraft?

A. The name of the space craft was Apollo-11.

Q. Which two countries had worked out programme  for the exploration of the Moon?

A. The USSR and the USA had worked out for the exploration of the Moon.

Q. How did the soviet Union feel about carrying on this exploration?

A. The soviet Union did not feel it necessary to land man on the Moon.

Q. Why have the scientists declared Moon unfit for human inhabitation?

A. The scientists have declared Moon unfit for human inhabitation because it is absolutely a desolate place which has no water and no air.

Q. According to the scientists, how can Moon be made inhabitable for men?

A. Some scientists fell that Moon be made inhabitable for men by separating oxygen from substances which contain oxygen.

Q. Name the metals found on the Moon?

A. Some useful metals like Aluminium, Titanium and lron have been found on the Moon.