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SECTION A

Answer all the questions. Every question is followed by four answers A, B, C and D. Choose the correct answer. Then, blacken your answer on the answer sheet provided. The suggested time for this section is 45 minutes. If you are unable to answer a question, proceed to the next question. 1 Eclipse of the Moon occurs when A B C D 2 the Earth is in between the Moon and the Sun the Moon is in between the Earth and the Sun the Moon rotates around the Earth the Earth rotates around the Sun

The eclipse of the Moon lasts longer than the eclipse of the Sun because A B C D the shadow of the Moon is bigger than the Earth the shadow of the Earth is bigger than the Moon the Moon moves around the Earth and the Sun the Moon rotates around the Earth at night

Figure 1 below shows the position of the Moon, Earth and Sun. What is the phenomenon shown?

Figure 1 A B C D 4 Occurrence of day and night Eclipse of the Sun Eclipse of the Moon Phases of the Moon

Which of the following characteristics of light contributes to the eclipse of the Moon and Sun? A B C D Light can be refracted Light can be reflected Light is a source of energy Light travels in a straight line

Eclipse of the Sun occurs when A B C C Moon is in between the Sun and the Earth the Sun is in between the Moon and the Earth the Earth is in between The Moon and the Sun the Sun is hidden

Arrange the appearance of the Moon during an eclipse in the correct sequence.

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K, J, L, M, N K, L, M, N, J K, M, N, J, L K, N, J, L, M

Which of the following are conditions for an eclipse of the Moon to happen? I The Moon must be round II The Earth must be between the Sun and the Moon III The Sun, the Earth and the Moon must be positions in a straight line A B C D I and II only I and III only II and III only I, II and III

Which of the following would be observed by a person on Earth during a total eclipse of the Sun? I The Sun totally blocked out II The sky becomes dark as night as night III There is slight fall in temperature A B C D I and II only I and III only II and III only I, II and III

Why do eclipses of the Moon last longer than eclipses of the Sun? A B C D The Moon is nearer to the Earth than the Sun The orbit of the Moon is titled a few degrees from the Earths orbit The Moon slow down when it passes through the shadow of the Earth The Earth is larger than the Moon and casts a larger shadow on the Moon

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During the total eclipse of the Sun, a person observing the eclipse is in the... A B C D darker part of the Earths shadow lighter part of the Earths shadow darker part of the Moons shadow lighter part of the Moons shadow

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Figure 2 shows an eclipse as seen by a person on Earth.

Figure 2 What is X in the figure? A B C D 12 The Moon The Earth The shadow of the Earth The shadow of the Moon

Figure 3 shows a natural phenomenon.

Figure 3 What is the phenomenon shown in the figure above? A B C D 13 A new Moon Total eclipse of the Sun Partial eclipse of the Sun Total eclipse of the Moon

Figure 4 shows the position of the Sun, the Moon and the Earth during an eclipse of the Sun.

Figure 4 In which of the positions P, Q, R or S should a person be in order to view the total eclipse of the Sun? A B C D P Q R S

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Figure 5 shows a torchlight, a ping-pong ball and a globe.

Figure 5 Based on the figure, the eclipse of the light from the torchlight occurs when the ping-pong ball is at A B C D 15 J K L M

Which of the following can describe the phenomenon of eclipse? I Light travels in straight line II The Earth and the Moon are opaque object III Light travels very fast IV The Sun is very far away A B C D I and II only I and III only III and IV only I, II, III and IV

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Figure 6 shows the position of the Earth, Moon and Sun during the lunar eclipse.

Figure 6 Zone X is known as A B C D penumbra full Moon umbra half Moon eclipse

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Which of the following arrangement of the Sun, Earth and the Moon will result is an eclipse of the

Sun? A

The Sun B

The Moon

The Earth

The Moon C

The Earth

The Sun

The Sun D

The Earth

The Moon

The Earth

The Sun

The Moon

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During eclipse of the Moon, the shadow of the A B C D Earth falls on the Sun Moon falls on the Sun Moon falls on the Earth Earth falls on the Moon

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Eclipse of the Moon can only be observed by people on the side of the Earth which is having A B C D day time mid-day time night time lunch time

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The following are the colours of the Moon during total eclipse of the Moon except

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reddish blue dark grey brown

Which of the following properties of light causes eclipse to occur? A B C D Light can pass through opaque line Light gives out heat Light can be reflected Light travels in straight line

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What will happen if we look directly at the Sun during the eclipse? A B C D Our eyes will be seriously damage We can see more clearly The eclipse will last longer Nothing will happen.

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Total eclipse of the Sun will last for A B C D a few second a few minutes a few hours a few days

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During the eclipse of the Sun, which of the following phase is not seen? A

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Ring of light around the Moon

What can we deduce from the information above? I Total eclipse of the Sun has occur red II The Moon has covered the Sun completely III Part of the Sun is not covered by the Moon IV Total eclipse of the Moon has occur red A B C D 26 I and II only I and III only III and IV I, II, III and IV

Figure 8 shows the position of Sun, Moon and Earth.

Figure 8 Based on figure above, what phase of Moon would you expect to see? A

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The following is a part of news. Tanparuli, Sabah, Sunday The total eclipse of the Sun occur near South East Asia. The eclipse of the Sun is visible here at 20 August and last for 20 minutes from time 1.23 p.m.

Which of the following is the correct position of the Sun, Earth and Moon at 1.23 p.m., 20 August? A Moon Earth Sun

B Moon Earth Sun C

Earth Sun

Moon

D
Moon Sun Earth

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Figure 7 shows the position of the Moon during the eclipse of the Sun. X

Figure 7 What is the condition of the earth at region X? A B C D Hot Dark Bright No change

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What is the meaning of eclipse? A B C D the death of stars The position of the Earth The different movement of the Sun The Sun, Earth and the Moon lie in a straight line

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The Eclipse of the Sun occurs when light from the Sun is blocked by A B C D the Earth the stars the Moon the clouds

SECTION B ( 20 MARKS ) The time suggested for this section is 30 minutes. If you are unable to answer a question, proceed to the next question. Answer all questions

Figure 1

Figure 1 shows an investigation made by Talib concerning an eclipse. a) What is represented by the i) the torchlight : _____________________________________________________________ ii) ball iii) globe : _____________________________________________________________ : _____________________________________________________________ (3 marks)

b) State the type of eclipse that can be seen when the ball is positioned at Y. ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) c) What will happen when the ball is at position X? ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) d) How long does the phenomenon occur in position X usually last? ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark)

Izzat observed the beginning of a phenomenon in the sky during the daytime as shown in a figure 2 below.

Figure 2

a) What phenomenon was Izzat observing? ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) b) What two conditions are necessary for the phenomenon to occur? i. _________________________________________________________________________

ii. _________________________________________________________________________ (2 marks) c) What was happening when Izzat observed the phenomenon? ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark)

Figure 3 below shows the position of the Sun, Earth and Moon in two different situations.

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a) In which situations does the eclipse occur? ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) b) Name the eclipse in (a). ___________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) c) Give three reasons why eclipse occurs. i. _________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ii. _________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ iii. _________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ (3 marks)

Figure 4 below shows four different positions of the Moon at A, B, C and D.

Figure 4

a) In which position that the people on the earth observed the eclipse of the Moon? ______________________________________________________________________________ (1 mark) b) Explain how the following phenomenon can happen. i. Eclipse of the Moon. ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ (2 marks) ii. Eclipse of the Sun. ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ (2 marks)

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