The most difficult Moon riddles A list of Moon related questions that are most often answered incorrectly Technology quiz How long did Neil Armstrong’s first moon walk last?2½ hours. Each of the subsequent five Apollo program landings were allotted gradually longer periods for EVA activities – the crew of Apollo 17, by comparison, spent over 22 hours exploring the lunar surface.very hard 34% 2 minutes2 minutes31%½ hour½ hour30%2½ hours2½ hours34%2 days2 days3%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 3786 answers in 2 languages »astronautics riddles » Who was the first to visit the Sea of Tranquility?Neil Armstrong. Apollo 11 landing site was selected because it had been characterized as relatively flat and smooth by the automated Ranger 8 and Surveyor 5 landers.hard 44% Christopher ColumbusChristopher Columbus13%Ferdinand MagellanFerdinand Magellan28%Abel TasmanAbel Tasman13%Neil ArmstrongNeil Armstrong44%Created by: ex-terminator. Statistics based on 6430 answers in 2 languages »NASA 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.hard 44% the Sunthe Sun19%the Moonthe Moon22%both are identicalboth are identical13%sometimes the Moon, sometimes the Sunsometimes the Moon, sometimes the Sun44%Created by: pan Krzyżówka. Statistics based on 8280 answers in 2 languages »Sun riddles » The Moon takes just as long to rotate around its own axis as it does to revolve around the planet (Earth). How many other moons in the Solar System share this feature?Most of them. If the rotational frequency of satellite is larger than orbital frequency, a small torque counteracting the rotation arises, eventually locking the frequencies in a tidal lock. Pluto and Charon are the extreme example, being locked to each other.hard 46% nonenone29%oneone14%threethree9%most of themmost of them46%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 12267 answers in 4 languages »Solar System riddles » How many people stood on the Moon so far?Twelve. There have been six manned U.S. landings of the Apollo program (between 1969 and 1972) and numerous unmanned landings, though no soft landings have occurred since 1976.hard 49% oneone5%threethree20%sevenseven23%twelvetwelve49%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 5136 answers in 2 languages »astronautics riddles » What kind of 'natural disasters' happen on the moon?Moonquakes are produced by tidal forces. Moonquakres are much less common and weaker than earthquakes, although they can last for up to an hour - a significantly longer time than terrestrial earthquakes - because of the absence of water to damp out the seismic vibrations.hard 49% volcanic eruptionsvolcanic eruptions14%moonquakesmoonquakes49%floodsfloods2%dust stormsdust storms33%Created by: life-o-holic. Statistics based on 12301 answers in 2 languages »astronomy riddles » Which of the following has the largest area?Pacific Ocean covers about one-third of the total Earth's surface area, making it larger than all of the Earth's land area combined (29%). The Moon's surface area is larger than Africa, but smaller than Asia.average 60% Earth's total land massEarth's total land mass8%Pacific OceanPacific Ocean60%Moon's surfaceMoon's surface22%Atlantic OceanAtlantic Ocean8%Created by: Kasia. Statistics based on 13955 answers in 2 languages »oceans riddles » How long did it take Apollo 11 flight to reach the Moon? 3 days. It took 1 minute of flight to reach Mach 1 and 12 minutes to enter Earth's orbit. After one and a half orbits, the third-stage engine pushed the spacecraft onto its three-day long travel to the Moon.average 61% 30 minutes30 minutes4%3 hours3 hours15%3 days3 days61%30 days30 days17%Created by: Hitter smasher. Statistics based on 8012 answers in 2 languages »rockets riddles » What part of the Moon surface had been known to humanity before the first photos of the dark side were taken in 1959?59%. Moon's libration changes the angle from which the Moon is seen, allowing about 59% of its surface to be seen from the Earth (but only half at any instant). Moon's libration is caused by the eccentricity of its orbit around Earth and by a slight inclination of its axis of rotation.average 62% 50%50%26%59%59%62%80%80%7%100%100%3%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 15755 answers in 2 languages »technology riddles » Play technology quiz and see all the questions.